WLI Newsletter | Designing The Difference | Volume 8
Welcome to a new year and a new look for WLI’s quarterly newsletter. We’ve been busy revamping our brand and planning for an incredible 2022… and beyond! Just a few highlights to share with you:
Website: You can still find us on GSA’s website, but we now have our own site at designthesolution.org. We’ll be continuing to add functionality and features this year as we grow and expand.
Events: We’re excited for a return to in-person events so be sure to save the date for our second annual Women in Semiconductor Hardware | WISH Conference on September 13, 2022. Our WISH Technical Committee will be announced soon, and we’ll be issuing a call for technical papers in the next few months.
And, look for an announcement soon about upcoming Lunch & Learns with some incredible women in our industry being featured speakers.
Upcoming newsletter editions: We’re looking for great content for 2022. Our next newsletter will be in May so if you’re interested in contributing an article, video or podcast, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University programming: We have a BIG announcement coming soon so keep your eyes on our news and social media. We can’t wait to share it with you!
There are many more activities planned for 2022 and we want YOU to join our efforts. If you’re interested in participating drop us an email. We’d love to hear from you!
– GSA WLI Team
Please join us in congratulating the 2021 recipient of the GSA WLI Rising Women of Influence Award, Teresa McLaurin, Fellow & Sr. Director of DFT Architecture at ARM!
The Rising Women of Influence Award recognizes and profiles the next generation of women leaders in the semiconductor industry. Companies are encouraged to identify women within their organization that they believe will be one of their key corporate executives over the next three years.
Teresa accepted this award at the 2021 GSA Awards Celebration. You can view the highlights of the virtual celebration here.
On the first day of CES everything was a bit different – no traffic, no huge crowds or long taxi lines, while walking towards the show, a police officer greeted us we greeted him back and said its probably not what you had expected, so little crowd. He replies – what are you talking about? Its way better than what we had last year (for the ones of you that are not regular attendees to CES – the in-person show was canceled due to COVID concerns in 2020). READ MORE
Conversiptions | Virtual Event | February 16, 2022 | Inquire