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What Not to Wear to WE16: SWE’s Annual Conference

Watch this webinar to learn what to wear at the WE16 Career Fair, networking sessions, and professional development workshops. You will learn how to carry yourself with confidence and dress in a way that will highlight you in a positive, professional light.

Published On: September 2016

Watch this webinar to learn what to wear at the WE16 Career Fair, networking sessions, and professional development workshops. You will learn how to carry yourself with confidence and dress in a way that will highlight you in a positive, professional light.

Find more webinars like this on the WE16 website and in SWE’s Advance Learning Center.

By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the appropriate dress code for events at WE16 and other professional events.
  • Name specific “Do’s and Don’ts” for professional attire.
  • Identify how to exude confidence in a professional setting.

Presenter Bios

Sarvenaz Laussermair graduated from the University of Florida with a BS in Computer Science. She previously worked as a Software Engineer at GE Aviation and American Express, and currently works at Nielsen as an Engineering Program Manager, overseeing end-to-end execution for various business units. Within SWE, Sarvenaz is the FY’17 SWEFL Coordinator, a member of the Leadership Coaching Committee, and the Treasurer of the Tampa Bay professional section.

Nicole Woon is an active SWE leader and Life Member. She currently serves as the Vice President of Professional Development for the Boston professional section and engages in several region and society committees. Nicole works as a Support Engineer at Microsoft and helps enterprise customers solve their toughest technical issues related to SharePoint. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with three degrees: M.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, B.S.E. in Bioengineering, and B.S.E. in Management (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) as part of the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology.

SWE HQ decided to run a #ShowUsYourShoes hashtag campaign on social media.

#ShowUsYourShoes for WE16!  To keep the best practices of this webinar “alive,” SWE HQ decided to run a #ShowUsYourShoes hashtag campaign on social media. Use the hashtag #ShowUsYourShoes, tag @SWEtalk on Twitter and Instagram, and send us a picture of the shoes you’ll be wearing to WE16!

The person with the best professional shoes we see will win a $50 dollar gift card to DSW Shoe Warehouse. The winner will be chosen after conference, on Friday, November 4th.

Sponsored by:
Brown – Executive Master