Aigerim is a Product Designer at Yandex. Before she worked at UNICEF Innovation Lab, took master's degree in Engineering Management at NU and won Anita Borg Scholarship.
Also, she mentored team of girls for Technovation challenge, where they developed mobile application and took first place in Silicon Valley.
Kathy Giori is an EdTech and IoT Entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley. She volunteers her time to support and evangelize MicroBlocks, Web Things, PlatformIO, and other favorite open source tools and projects. She wants to bring better STEM education to students around the world, and better privacy to consumers of smart home products and services.
She is a passionate advocate for open source software, hardware, and STEM learning that is accessible to all.Kathy most recently worked at Mozilla, and before that held senior product and engineering positions at Arduino, Qualcomm, a few startups, and began her career in research at SRI International. She holds a bachelors in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota, and a Masters in EE from Stanford.
English teacher at IQanat High School of Burabay, teacher blogger, author of the online course "Teacher Survival Kit: Everything About Effective Teaching".
Co-founder of the Teachers Lab marketplace for teachers. Researcher of educational trends. Кuns the telegram channel called Proactive Educator.
DevOps Engineer at Relativity LLC. Co-founder and CEO of MurasClub.
Contributing to grow IT awareness in Central Asia. Motivated to help others to succeed!
• Women in Tech project speaker
• Chicago Kyrgyz IT forum organizer
• Winner of 2020 – Women of the Workplace (WoW) project
• Ambassador of American Cancer Society (cancer.org)
• Mentor and volunteer at We All Code (weallcode.org)
• Member of General Assembly panel speakers (generalassemb.ly)
Aidana has started her IT career in 2015 and joined Relativity's DevOps team in 2017. She manages internal technology applications that employees use throughout the company. In her work here, Aidana values the support she receives from her manager and the ability to maintain a healthy work-life balance.
Priyanka Gariba heads Technical Program Management for the Artificial Intelligence organization at LinkedIn. Her team leads to high impact, cross-functional technical programs focused on building products powered by AI.
She is a seasoned professional who has experience working in both, enterprise and consumer space. At LinkedIn, she has led several company-wide data sciences and artificial intelligence initiatives, most recently leading one of the top 5 initiatives for the LinkedIn Engineering organization (Artificial Intelligence Productivity & Productive Machine Learning Program).
She is an active member of the Women in Tech community and always finding opportunities to advance women’s careers in tech, particularly focused in Technical Program and Product Management domain. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge of Technical Program Management and Mentoring via external talks and panel discussions.
CEO of Connected Home Ltd.
NU/Fuqua School of Business graduate, MBA
Nazgul Shorukova works at consulting company Server Central, in the field of information technology.
She is the technical leader of the team in the field of AWS (Amazon Web Services), one of the leading companies in the world providing cloud technology. She is the company’s leading architectural and design specialist for both the AWS infrastructure model and platform level, providing virtual servers and cloud databases customized to clients' needs.
Nazgul is the "Cloud Gate Academy" IT course co-founder that trains IT specialists in cloud technology, in Chicago, USA. She was a member of the New Venture Challenge program, University of Chicago, where the team developed the MVP mobile app for stock trading in South American countries. She received her master’s degree in International Relations and International Business from Lindenwood University, USA. She has AWS Solutions Architect Professional & AWS DevOps Professional Certificates.
Radhika has over 30 years of experience in the technology sector, working at leading organizations like Google, Hewlett Packard and Siemens.
At Google, Radhika was a Senior Eng. Director and was responsible, over a period of 20 years, for initiating and scaling up several critical products. Starting with leading Google Ads in 2000, Radhika founded Google Images, building the teams and growing it over several years to 1B+ queries/day. In addition to starting Google LocalSearch, and building several core backend systems for Google Web Search, she also founded and lead Google Travel Search to help users better plan their leisure trips.
Prior to Google, Radhika was a researcher at Hewlett Packard Labs where she created a new networking product focused on managing multicast for the IP network backbone, primarily to enable the spreading use of multimedia. Before HP Labs, she built SCADA systems at Siemens.
Radhika has always been interested in the application of technology for social impact and recently left Google to focus full-time on helping mission-oriented startups scale. She uses her long experience with building and scaling successful products and organizations, to help founders think through critical strategic issues. She currently sits on the boards of Nexleaf Analytics, Simprints, as well as Educate! and advises several startup CEOs including Francis Energy, TalkingPoints, Dost Education. She is also a technical advisor to CIFF (Children's Investment Fund Foundation), and a mentor with the Unreasonable Group and Ripple works.
Radhika holds a Graduate degree in Comp. Sci. from U. C. Berkeley.
Seth Sinclair is a language instructor and teacher trainer with a master’s degree in applied linguistics from UMASS Boston.
He has more than a dozen years of experience in the United States, South America, the Middle East. and Central Asia. He served as an English Language Fellow and English Language Specialist in Almaty Kazakhstan from 2019-2020.