1: You should know
KC is the Place to Be for Women in Tech
It's no secret that there are fewer women than men in the tech workforce, and the conversations surrounding the gender pay gap are prevalent.

However, Kansas City has consistently ranked above other cities when it comes to opportunities for women in tech, and even tends to pay women in tech more than men.
2: You should go
Tech CEO Retreat at Maple Ranch
The Tech CEO Retreat is held at Maple Ranch, a beautiful estate south of Kansas City. This retreat is designed specifically for area leaders who are passionate about connecting with their peers and learning about the key issues facing the future of the tech industry.

Thursday, May 3 - Friday May 4

Maple Ranch
Directions will be sent to attendees prior to the event.

To Attend:
You must be the CEO or highest ranking local official of your company. Your company must also be a KC Tech Council member.

Register  here
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3: Your council info
Garmin CEO Shares Backstory
Garmin CEO Clifton Pemble shared insight on Garmin and his career last Thursday at the KC Tech Council's CEO Speaker Series at Central Library.

Pemble spoke on his early involvement with the company and working with Garmin original co-founders, Gary Burrell and Min Kao.

Read more for a deeper look into Garmin and Pemble's story.
Volunteer to speak at a local school, share the story of your career in STEM, and inspire future technologists and engineers.

Interested in a KC Tech Council membership? Join today.
Looking for a new office space? We highly recommend ours at WeWork. If you follow this link, you can schedule a tour and benefit your friends at the KC Tech Council.