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TheBridge Events

TheBridge has partnered with leading tech, policy and political organizations including Microsoft, Google, Twitter, WeWork, Postmates, The US Chamber's Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC), National Journal's Policy Makers Network, Verizon, Dell, Lyft, Quorum, Airbnb, 1776, DCode, The United States Digital Service (USDS), The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Vrge Strategies, The Bank Policy Institute, Women's High-Tech Coalition, and more. 

Our events have included policy discussions, career networking events, Women in Tech series, resume and career workshops. How do you want to partner? Email us!  

We announce our events in TheBridge Update (sent on Tues & Thurs) Click below to sign up to receive the Update and stay up to date!

TheBridge events are unique. They drive a conversation between the public and private sector and encourage understanding, collaboration and connections. Our events range from intimate discussions among industry leaders to larger events broadcast live on C-SPAN-TV and have attracted all major outlets including PBS Newshour, Bloomberg, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Recode, Politico, among others.

TheBridge has partnered with leading tech, policy and political organizations including Microsoft, Google, Twitter, WeWork, Postmates, The US Chamber's Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC), Verizon, Dell, Lyft, Quorum, Airbnb, 1776, DCode, The United States Digital Service (USDS), The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Vrge Strategies, The Bank Policy Institute, Women's High-Tech Coalition, Springboard Enterprises and more. 

Our events have included policy-focused discussions, career networking events, Women in Tech series, Bridge Breakfasts, resume and career workshops. Interested in partnering? Contact us!   

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Women Talk Tech & Policy Series Event at Dell

TheBridge and The Women’s High Tech Coalition hosted a Women Talk Tech & Policy Series event at at Dell on May 8. The discussion was focused on the thriving environment for women in tech in DC.
The panel discussion was moderated by Jay Newton Small, co-founder of MemoryWell and Contributor to TIME with panelists:
Clare Martorana, Vets.gov Team Lead at United States Digital Service
Amelia Friedman, Co-Founder of DC-based startup Hatch Apps
Meghan Buck, Founder & CEO of DC-based startup VEDA Data Solutions

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