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Wednesday, May 2 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Negotiat[Her]: Learn the Secrets to Make More $ in Your Tech Career

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As tech women, salary negotiation is an essential skill, but negotiating isn’t always so easy. Imposter syndrome, fear, and unconscious bias are real adversaries that can get in your way to a successful negotiation and earning what you deserve. The good news is that negotiation is a skill that can be learned. Come learn how Founder of Develop[Her], Lauren Hasson, tripled her base salary in less than two years by grounding herself in data and asking critical questions to uncover key leverage points and ultimately learned to negotiate with confidence.

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Lauren Hasson

Founder, Develop[Her]
Lauren Hasson is the Founder of Develop[Her], a career development platform for tech women by tech women, and a practicing software engineer at a prominent Bay Area fintech company where she’s building their iOS SDK and working in information security. Her work has been featured in Apple keynotes, she was one of 100 top innovators invited to attend the UK G8 Innovation and Decide Now Act Summits with the United Nation’s technology council, and she’s won multiple, high-profile hackathons. In addition to tech, Lauren has also worked as an investment banker with Morgan Stanley in their Silicon Valley office, as the only female on the investment team at one of the world’s largest hedge funds, and founded and grew a successful career development company. She holds a degree from Duke where she completed a triple major with honors in electrical engineering, computer science, and economics in just four years. As the Founder of Develop[Her], she’s a champion for tech women and a mentor to fellow female engineers which is why she founded Develop[Her] - to help tech women develop and advance their careers. Her new podcast, The Develop[Her] Show, is now available at... Read More →

Wednesday May 2, 2018 9:00am - 9:45am
Junior Ballroom A

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