S U M M E R   E V E N T   2000

Babes in Boyland!


Donna K. Kidwell, donna@kalitechna.com
President, Her Domain of Austin


August 5th, 2000
9:30 - 12:30 am


Wild Life Basin Preserve, 805 N. Capital of Texas Hwy.

Produced by:

Her Domain of Austin, Inc.


$35 (proceeds go to Her Domain for our non-profit incorporation costs)


donna@kalitechna.com by August 2nd, 2000

Her Domain of Austin proudly announces a speaking event targeted specifically to women with careers in the high-tech industry.

On Saturday, August 5th, 2000, Her Domain hosts a group of powerful, knowledgeable speakers at the beautiful Wild Life Basin Preserve.

Our speakers are women who have achieved executive success in their field and each takes an active role in speaking and mentoring to young women. They will share with us how they orchestrated their own high-tech careers, and offer counsel on how you can do the same! Events will include a panel discussion as well as meeting with the speakers in a smaller focus group.

Speakers include:

Donna Van Fleet, a former Vice President of IBM

Recently retired from IBM after almost 31 years, Van Fleet was vice president of development for a variety of software products. In 1996, she was selected by the editors of the McGraw-Hill companies as "One of the Top 100 Women in Computing."

Carolyn Carson, COO of Journ»e Software

As the Chief Operating Officer of Journ»e Software Corporation, Carson oversees all company operations. She previously spent 6 years managing organizations and large corporate projects for Dell. In her 6 years there, she spanned their growth from $150M to $6B

Beverly Silas, Director of External Affairs of SWBT

Silas has been employed with Southwestern Bell for thirty-one years. She is experienced as a Board member and volunteers in many organizations, which led to a Governor's Award as an Outstanding Texas Volunteer in 1993.

Joyce Scott (moderating), a former IBM executive and National Speaker

Fortune 500 Record Breaker and former IBM Sales Team Leader, Scott speaks nationally on issues of advancement in the workforce and the progression of women in their careers.