Why don’t we see more women on stage? This is the common question that hits twitter feeds and inspires discussion in tradeshow halls after every large ad technology event. And I think it’s a fair question. However, instead of adding to the noise we decided to do something about it. The ad technology ecosystem is full of smart, funny, powerful, thought-provoking women. It’s time to shed some light on these individuals.
With that, we are excited to present the 2011 Women in Ad Tech Dossier. Available for free download here: http://www.slideshare.net/RubiconProject/women-in-ad-technology
Event planners, speaking proposal judges, panel committee members: no more excuses! This dossier is full of women in the ad technology world who are a force to be reckoned with and are fully capable holding their own at events and on stage. We hope you’ll find this dossier to be a useful go-to resource, and as a result will start to introduce new faces and voices to tradeshow agendas.
Of course, there are plenty of woman that have not been included in this first iteration. We consider this dossier a living document and welcome recommendations on equally brilliant woman to be added to the list. If you’d like to see someone added, feel free to send an email to Rachel@rubiconproject.com . Last but not least, if you have a speaking opportunity for a woman in this dossier and would like an introduction – feel free to reach out.
Looking forward to a year full of innovation, debate and maybe even a few showdowns.Tags: ad:tech, company news, events-old, rubicon project, speaking, Women in Tech