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Cornell Women’s Network: Book Signing and Networking CWN Tech Committee Launch with Melissa Borza

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Please join the Cornell Women’s Network for a networking event and book signing on Thursday, November 30, 2017, 6:30 – 8:00 PM. Meet the diverse and talented community of Cornellians from all colleges in the Metro NY technology industry while enjoying light refreshments and the gorgeous views of the city from the 79th floor of One World Trade Center at the Infosys’ offices.

Event Details: 
6:30-7:00 Networking and Introductions – CWN Tech Committee 
7:00-7:30 STEM Careers and Author Discussion: Melissa Borza, Arts & Sciences Class of 1989 
7:30-8:00 Raffle and 2018 Planning Discussions 

Bonus: All registered attendees will be entered into a
raffle for a free signed copy of Fashion Figures: How Missy the Mathlete Made the Cut, the first novel by alumna Melissa Borza (Arts & Sciences ’89). 
Cost: this is event is free of charge. 
Audience: this event is open to Cornell graduates regardless of college working in technology and their guests. 
Registration required: government issued photo ID is
mandatory for admittance to One World Trade Center. Name on ID must
match registration. Please allow 15 minutes for security and elevators.

Your Host: The Tech Sub Committee of the NYC area
Cornell Women’s Network. This recently established group intends to
increase activity in 2018, and hopes to have your involvement! The
committee, and all of Cornell Women’s Network, aims to bring together
Cornellians from various disciplines and colleges, including the new NY
Tech Campus, to build a distinct community for personal and professional


About the Author & Book
Cornell College of Arts & Sciences alumna, Melissa Borza recently released her first novel, Fashion Figures: How Missy the Mathlete Made the Cut, aimed at encouraging young girls to engage in STEM subjects. Melissa is passionate about addressing the gender gap in tech and believes we have to start much sooner than in college or even high school. Research shows that girls as young as 8 and 9 are opting out of STEM tracks without any awareness of what may be lost down the line. Melissa wants to help address that issue! 
Melissa’s book is available on Amazon and for sale at the book signing for $15 (cash only), Fashion Figures: How Missy the Mathlete Made the Cut is a perfect holiday gift for the pre-teen girls in your life. In this book, Missy Maker is a sixth grade girl who loves math. She’s afraid to let that be known because she also loves fashion and doesn’t think the two can mix. Learn how Missy Maker overcomes social pressures to follow her dreams and become her best self.

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