Mental Health and Impostor Syndrome at Work: Panel
Are you one of the many people that have struggled with burn-out, stress, impostor syndrome, and/or mental health concerns in the tech industry? Women Who Code Boston presents a panel with industry experts to discuss these topics.
We will talk with ladies who work in tech and/or mental health here in Boston. Each participant will give us their background and share their knowledge and experience within tech and mental health.
6:00 - 6:20 pm: Registration + Mingle
6:20 - 8:00 pm: Panel
8:00 - 8:30 pm: Networking
Erin Jospe is the Chief Medical Officer of Kyruus, where she oversees the development and implementation of clinical strategy. Prior to joining Kyruus she was the Chief Medical Officer at PatientKeeper, an electronic health record overlay solution providing a complete electronic clinical workflow for physicians on both desktop and mobile devices. Erin is board certified in internal medicine, and has remained clinically active with over 15 years of experience as a practicing internist. She has practiced at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates and the Affiliated Practice Group of Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston, and served as the Assistant Medical Director of Quality and Safety at Atrius Health. She earned her BA in English at Haverford College, her MD from The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and completed her clinical training in internal medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School.
Pam Driscoll is the Director of Technology Solutions at WGBH and a life
coach. She shows women in technology how to prevent, and recover from, career burnout, so they can love their jobs, and their lives, every day. She combines her love of neuroscience, ancient wisdom practices, and the latest in mind/body techniques to help her clients reduce stress and increase happiness. You can find her Facebook page Goddess With a Day Job at https://www.facebook.com/coachingwithpam/ or email at
Charis Loveland has a decade and a half of experience in machine learning, Big Data, new product introduction, file and hardware storage, and software development. She is co-founder of a start-up in the machine learning space, focusing on helping retailers to leverage big data to deliver exceptional, personalized customer experiences. At Microsoft, Charis managed a machine learning (ML) competition platform, created new ML features, and was recognized as an inspiring technical leader chosen for a competitive women's leadership program. She is passionate about addressing customers’ problems using design thinking. Charis serves as a coding instructor, mentor, and advocate for early STEM education and volunteers for several nonprofits that help promote greater diversity in the technology industry.
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