Women In Tech or WIT In Chicago

In Honor Of Women’s History Month Computer Training Institute of Chicago Presents a Celebration of Women in Tech

Thursday March 24, 2016

                                                                 6:00 PM, CHICAGO, IL

Women In Tech!


Get the full ‘download’ from our panel of Women from diverse backgrounds, with experience in multiple sectors.


Official Event Sponsor: Microsoft Chicago

Don’t miss your opportunity to receive a free 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 2016!


Women In Tech line Up
                    Women In Tech line Up

According to a recent article published in Forbes Magazine, a number of signs are looking particularly positive in 2016 for women in technology.

On March 24, 2016, Computer Training Institute of Chicago is celebrating the women who continue to lean-in and break down barriers for a new generation of leaders in the industry. 

The future is bright for women in tech: 

Don’t look back, FAST FORWARD to the Next Level!

  Speakers include:

Jegle Carrera, Founder, ISO Networks,LLC: Moderator
Cameca Smith, Founder, The BOSS Network
Helene Daniels, Network Implementation Manager, Inteliquent
Rhea L. Steele, President,Chairman, BLue Oceanic Logic
Jen Kamins, Co-Founder, Brave Initiatives
Malleana Sheise Ruffin, Global Social Media  Supervisor 
 Nicole Yeary, Founder, Ms. Tech
 Villay Intha, Founder,  Margcchery.com  

 Event Performing Artists:

  Ellshenna, Singer/vocalist
   Sharon Celeste, Poet/Spoken Word Artist


Cameca Smith, Founder, The Boss
                    Cameca Smith, Founder, The Boss Network

A ProFile: Cameka Smith


Speaker, trainer and award-winning entrepreneur – these are just a few words that describe Cameka Smith, Founder of The BOSS Network, a community of professional and entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online engagement and event-based networking.  Working towards one simple goal, BOSS® is “Bringing Out Successful Sisters” to promote and encourage the small business spirit and professional development of women.

Under Cameka’s leadership, The BOSS Network has become one of the fastest-growing women business communities, garnering several accolades such as a Top 50 Website for Entrepreneurs (Inc. Magazine), 10 Best Career Sites for Women(Forbes.com) and one of 9 Twitter Accounts to Enhance Your College Experience(BlackEnterprise.com).  In recognition of her achievements, Cameka was listed in Jet Magazine as a 40 under 40 Entrepreneur, named one of the “Top 40 Chicago Game Changers” by Ariel Investments and WVON 1690AM and presented with a leadership award by the Black United Fund of Illinois.

With a Master’s degree in Education, Cameka developed student academic programs for more than ten years. After being displaced from her job in 2009, she established The BOSS Network to support women in their journey to become independent and successful utilizing the power of networking and technology. Since then, The BOSS Network has evolved into a go-to resource for companies seeking female influencers as their target market.  A one-stop-shop for career and entrepreneurial minded women, The BOSS Network provides its members and partners with professional connections, resources, and marketing and promotional opportunities.

As the author of 7 Steps to Grow Your Professional Network: A Guide for College Graduates and Professionals in a Tough Economy, Cameka frequently travels to campuses and companies across the country to speak or lead training workshops. Cameka currently resides in Chicago where she is actively involved with assisting community organizations and mentoring young women.

She will be one of the presenting Guest Speakers at Women In Tech.

Black women in technology rock.
              Black women in technology rock.



Panel Discussion: The Current State of Women in Tech 
Challenges women face in technology and business
How women can overcome these challenges and obstacles
The future of women in technology & business

    • Networking
    • Vendors/Shopping
    • Raffle – Attend for a chance to win 1 of 5 Office 365 subscriptions!
    • Spoken Word
    • Cash Bar 
    • Live Music and DJ (Listen to Elishema Performing her Hypnotic Single ‘All Mine’ Just click the image below) Hear Elishema live at our Women In Tech event!

All donations towards this event will help fund Brave Initiatives!

Suggested Donation: $10.00

Women in technology all ages, ethnicities, religion,
                                         Women in technology all ages, ethnicities, religion

Brave Initiatives is on a mission to empower high school girls to be agents of change in the world through design thinking, coding skills, and leadership training. Click the image below for more information about Brave Initiatives:

Our Event Space: (Rooftop Deck)

The Cliff Dwellers Club200 S. Michigan Ave., 22nd Floor 

Overlooking the City of Chicago
      The Cliff Dwellers Club  Overlooking the City of Chicago                                                                                                                                    

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         Our Event Space: (rooftop, The Cliff Dwellers Club, 200 S. Michigan Ave 22nd  FL)

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