It’s time for round two of our Female Tech Leaders Speaker Night!
Our mission is still the same. At Female Tech Leaders, we believe that one of the best ways to get more women to join (and stay) in STEM fields is by exposing them to the leading role models of their industry. Munich does not have a strong female representation of the tech scene yet, but we are here to change that. Join us, as we spend an evening of inspiring talks with three industry experts, then close up with food, drinks and networking! Both men and women are invited to this event, since both genders can benefit greatly from the insights to be gained from our speakers and their experiences. Just make sure you sign up for a free ticket with the link provided!
Victoria Hauzeneder, CTO, blik GmbH
Victoria started her studies with Sociology only to notice that it wasn't right for her. After a year of figuring out what to do next she decided to go for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. 2 years later, she got enrolled in the Technology Management Extra Curriculum at CDTM. One year ago, she gave up her Master’s Degree in Robotics, Cognition and Intelligence to found the company blik together with two co-founders from CDTM and Manage&More. In her talk, she will share with you the experiences she has made within the last year.
Carolin Fiechter, Co-Founder, CFO, Leaf Republic
Carolin received her Diploma in Business Administration from the LMU in 2006 and then joined the University of the German Forces in Munich as a Research Assistant. In 2013, she helped found Leaf Republic - a Munich based startup that creates sustainable and biodegradable outdoor tableware made entirely out of leaves - and is active as CFO ever since.
Markus Köhler, Head of HR and member of management board, Microsoft
Markus is Senior Director, Human Resources at Microsoft Germany. He has been with Microsoft for 10 years in various leadership functions first starting his career at Microsoft as HR business partner and prior to joining the German subsidiary he was HR Senior Director for Central and Eastern Europe, consisting of 33 countries and 2,500 employees. Before joining Microsoft, Markus was a managing consultant with Capgeminini in the area of change management and transformation and also worked at Hewlett-Packard Consulting. Markus has diploma „Wirtschaftsingenieur“ (a study combining engineering and business administration) from the Technischen Universität in Berlin.
A very special thanks to Mircosoft for allowing us to hold this event at their headquarters!