Are you ready to Imagine the Possibilities?

The 2021 SheTech Virtual Summit is just around the corner!


The summit is a free event for girls in grades 9-12 to have a chance to explore STEM by hearingfrom inspiring keynote speakers, learn from industry partners, and experience amazing STEM workshops from both mentors and students, alike. We’ll have hundreds of industry mentors, hands-on workshops with leading tech companies, and dozens of STEM careers to discover where you can imagine the next possibility. We’ll even have an opening keynote from two-time olympic medalist Shannon Bahrke! Signup now and be entered in weekly giveaways!

Olympic Moguls Medalist Shannon Bahrke 


Wise Words from Women Innovators

Check out our Women Innovators series and hear from 5 amazing women with careers in STEM they couldn’t have imagined when they were in high school!

Michelle Amos - NASA Electronics Design Engineer

Michelle Amos NASA engineer

Michelle Amos is an award-winning electronics design engineer who spent 30 years working for NASA. Her work included working to clear the 2020 Mars Perseverance Rover as a system engineer! Her last assignment worked with Deep Space Logistics which will provide supplies for astronauts to live and work on the Moon as part of NASA’s Artemis Program.  Artemis will send the next man and first woman to the Moon in 2024.

Can you imagine the possibility that something you work on could end up on the moon or even another planet?

Zehra Syeda-Sarwat - AWS Leader at Amazon

Zehara Syeda AWS Transformation

Zehra Syeda-Sarwat is the World Wide Leader of AWS Transformation guide. AWS is the most extensive global cloud infrastructure powering more than 1 million companies you know, like Apple, Adobe, Disney, and more! Zehra helps companies execute global digital transformation strategies.

Can you imagine the possibility that the work you do could someday get you in front of top executives from your favorite companies as the expert solving their problems?

Lynda Pak - Technology Leader at Estée Lauder

Lynda Pak Technology Leader at Estée Lauder

Lynda Pak is an accomplished IT executive serving as the Technology Leader of Global Brands & Corporate Functions at Estée Lauder headquarters in New York City. Lynda’s expertise brings together technology, retail, manufacturing, and finance in the global cosmetic industry.

Can you imagine the possibility of technology that makes it possible to develop, create, and distribute some of your most favorite beauty products worldwide?


Leonie Markgraf - IT Leader at The Odom Corporation

Leonie Markgraf - IT leader at The Odom Corporation

Leonie Markgraf is the Vice President of Information Technology at The Odom Corporation where her work to deploy manufacturing and distribution technology makes it possible to get some of your favorite beverages around the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and Hawaii!

Can you imagine the possibility that the the technology you manage and work in could connect across the ocean and streamline large-scale distribution of the Coca Cola products you sip on a Hawaiian beach?

Wendy Williams - Northrop Grumman Corporation

Wendy Williams Northrop Grumman

Wendy Williams is the Vice President of Aerospace Structures at Northrop Grumman, a leading global security provider of innovative systems, products and solutions in autonomous systems, cyber, C4ISR, strike, space, logistics and modernization to customers worldwide. With 30 years in aerospace, she served as the VP of Strategy & Integration for Orbital ATK’s Flight Systems Group and served as the VP of Membership for Women in Aerospace.

Can you imagine the possibility that a career in aerospace, security, and defense projects could have a global impact while inspiring other women in aerospace?

You’ll also have the opportunity to learn more about ‘Tech You Should Know’ directly from our industry partners and experts to help you imagine different career possibilities and the pathways you might take to get there.

Tech Challenge & Awards

Join our LIVE Tech Challenge and imagine solutions to real-world problems where tech and your ideas can have a huge impact! This year we are working with Make A Difference Now! to solve a true problem facing girls like you who live in Tanzania.

Not sure what a Tech Challenge entails? SheTech students partner with industry mentors to take on a challenge facing our world today. Together you’ll imagine the possibilities of how your creativity + technology might change the lives of others. The Tech Challenge runs for 35 minutes, be judged, and the winners will receive an award! Watch last year’s video to explore the possibilities. This year’s Tech Challenge topic will be announced during the live stream event.

Make A Difference Now Logo

Imagine the possibility that the tech solutions you think up TODAY and in the future could make a difference to other girls around the world! Check out their Instagram here to learn more about this amazing organization.


Don’t wait to register, it’s FREE! Registration includes all of this and more. Those who register and submit their t-shirt request by April 5th should have their very own FREE SheTech shirt to wear to the livestream. Any orders placed after April 5th will still be sent but may not arrive in time for the watch party.


2021 SheTech Virtual Summit | April 21 | 3-5pm MDT