A Female Force in Silicon Valley

Afternoon Workshop

Join our session to hear from two female Googlers on what our experiences have been like as women in Silicon Valley. You will participate in a workshop to practice speaking openly about accomplishments in the workplace and beyond, thereby breaking modesty norms and glass ceilings. You will leave knowing how to put your best foot forward by learning practical interview and resume tips to use when applying to jobs, particularly at tech companies.

Jordan Fowler

Product Marketing Manager, Google AI

Jordan graduated from USC in 2017 with a degree in Media Arts + Practice from the School of Cinematic Arts and Web Technology and Applications from the Viterbi School of Engineering. She was active on campus working in the Office of Campus Activities within Student Affairs; however, most know her as the “Jordan” from Rini Jordan, the first all female ticket in Pac-12 history to run and win a Student Body Election leading her to serve as USC's 2015-2016 Student Body Vice President. She interned at both NBCUniversal in Marketing and Google in Brand Studio and now works at Google full time. Her recent roles at Google included working on executive communication and D&I efforts for Google's CMO, and now she's a Product Marketing Manager for Google AI, helping to tell more of the stories around emerging tech. In her free time, Jordan enjoys mentoring, volunteering, eating, and spontaneously planning trips to new places with her husband. 

Hunter Cook

Product Marketing Manager, Google

Hunter graduated from the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania) in 2017 with a degree in Economics and a minor in Anthropology. At university, she served as a Teaching Assistant for two courses, a research assistant in Adam Grant's Impact Lab, and a high school math teacher in West Philadelphia. She interned at Millennium Management and Bloomingdale’s (buying & planning). Now at Google, Hunter works as a Product Marketing Manager on Grow with Google - Google’s commitment to providing economic opportunity across the US through free tools, trainings, and programs. She previously worked in Strategy & Operations on Google Ads. In her free time, Hunter enjoys traveling to National Parks, watching NFL and college basketball games, and running & hiking.

Sign up for your breakout sessions

Prior to the summit, attendees choose one morning panel and one afternoon workshop from this page.
Your breakout signup form will be emailed to you after we confirm your ticket order! 

If you've bought your ticket, you can find the breakout signup form here.