Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Watch Party

Join the party and be empowered by the Keynote speakers of the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference. Program will include local STEM professional women and networking. Doors open at 5:30 for registration and heavy appetizers. Stay for the opportunity to win prizes!

Speakers include:

 Susan Stroud - Director, Software Engineering & Service Domain at Humana

University of Louisville Speed Scientific Masters of Engineering – Computer Engineering and Computer Science - Summa Cum Laude

Susan Stroud is a Software Engineering Director at Humana with over 21 years of Healthcare and Technology experience.  Transforming business through technology solutions is how Susan leverages her talents. Capitalizing on both her computer engineering and military background, Susan’s current focus is on realizing Cloud solutions for today’s evolving well-being marketplace.   She leads a technology team of more than 240 resources in four countries focused on Consumer Service solutions primarily leveraging Salesforce’s Service Cloud. Susan is an active member of the Humana Women’s Network Resource Group’s Women in IT Chapter where she serves as the Advisor for Inspire! subteam.  The Inspire! team is focused on encouraging young women and girls to pursue technology careers. 

Outside of her day job, Susan is the Technology Committee Lead and a School Board member for St. Francis of Assisi School. Living in Louisville, KY with her husband, Jon, and their 3 children, Susan enjoys traveling, the great outdoors, and spending quality time with her family.   

 Jessica O. Matthews, Founder & CEO of Uncharted Power, an award-winning renewable power company that specializes in harnessing the energy from motion to create entire ecosystems of power for communities around the world. The company was founded by Jessica when she was only 22 years old. (Video)


 Padmasree Warrior, CEO & Chief Development Officer of NIO U.S. She also serves as the Chief Development Officer of NIO and is a member of its board of directors. She is responsible for the brains of NIO’s autonomous, electric vehicles, as well as the overall user experience. (Video)

 

 

Sponsored by: Uofl Women’s Center, Humana, UofL College of Business, UofL's Society of Women Engineers, Salesforce & Deloitte