Explore Careers in Computer Science
December 7, 2023
6:30pm – 8:00pm CST
Rewrite the code! Calling all young women to help shape the future with a career in computer science.
This FREE virtual panel for female identifying young people (18-30) interested in tech careers will give you insights, tips, and advice from accomplished women in tech to grow your network, discover new opportunities and level up your career.
- Learn about the career opportunities available in the Computer Science and Technology sectors.
- Hear first-hand from women working in the field about the benefits and challenges of this profession.
- Be introduced to various educational pathways for a Computer Science/Tech job.
Mirana graduated in 2018 with MSc. in Computer Science and a Master’s degree in Strategy & Organization. She started her career in a management consulting firm in France working on IT performance and IT transformation projects.
While pursuing her career in management consulting, she now specializes in Data Strategy & Governance. Throughout her projects, Mirana always strives to put technology at the service of her clients’ business strategy.
Bre (she/her) is a Regina based leader, passionate about all things community and connection. In her role at Cultivator, Bre helps to grow the SK tech eco-system and support innovative startups and founders. She loves building meaningful partnerships and bringing people together to work towards the same goal.
Outside of work, she loves home renovations and hanging out with her dog, Joey! A piece of advice for those curious about the world of tech: dive in and get involved in community events like 24 Hour Startup!
Allison Zerr is a mom, an educator, a mentor and a dual certified red seal and blue seal endorsed Welder and Metal Fabricator. She is also the Program head for the Women in Trades and Technology program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. She is passionate about sharing her experience and developing the skills and the knowledge necessary to build successful careers for women entering the trades and technology sectors.
Working in the welding industry for over a decade has given Allison the opportunity to experience and apply a broad range of skills learned in both the classroom and custom fabrication shop settings. Allison is committed to lifelong learning and career development and has recently completed her level 1 Welding Inspector certification.
Coralee Kaban is an instructor with Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Coralee started her IT career after graduating from the Computer Systems Technology Diploma program in 2003.She worked as a Systems Administrator for both Point2 Technologies Inc and Western Canada Lottery Corporation. Coralee has also worked as a Computer Programmer for Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
After realizing she really enjoyed learning, training and supporting end users Coralee transitioned to an instructor in 2007. Coralee can now be found facilitating various face to face and online classes related to computer applications, server administration, networking and software development projects.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or require accommodation. Our team would love to assist you!