How do we DoIT in City Hall? Come learn business basics from some of our most entrepreneurial City of Boston employees!
How do WE DoIT in City Hall? Come learn business basics from some of our most entrepreneurial City employees! We’ll share expert advice on hiring, branding, data privacy, and user experience. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with several of our female leaders 1-1 with welcome remarks by the Department’s Interim CIO, Patricia Boyle-McKenna as well as participate in multiple hands on workshops.
9:00 to 9:15 – Opening Remarks – Patricia Boyle-McKenna, Interim Chief Information Officer
9:15 to 9:45 – Session One – “101” Table Trainings in Branding, Hiring, Internet Security, Website Improvements and Social Media
9:45 to 10:15 – Session Two – Casual Keurig Table Chats covering Permitting, Operations Strategy, GIS, Digital Equity, Data Analytics, Procurement, Enterprise Applications, Telecom, IT Security, IT Support Services
10:15 to 10:45 – Session Three – “101” Trainings in Branding, Hiring, Internet Security, Website Improvements and Social Media
This event is hosted by the Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development. At DoIT, we manage and support all core technology systems and infrastructure for public services across Boston. In doing so, we strive to engage, empower, and improve life for residents in the City through technology.
This event will be held at Boston City Hall, 7th Floor, Room 703.
This event is part of Women Entrepreneurs Boston (WE BOS) Week, a full week of FREE educational programming, mentoring opportunities, and curated networking events designed to advance Boston’s women entrepreneurs.