CIS Hosts Panel on Women in IT


The Computer Information Systems (CIS) Department is hosting a panel discussion with successful women in the information technology field. They will share their perspectives on career opportunities in IT and how to achieve a work-life balance. Alumna Sandra Senft, '95, will moderate the discussion. Panelists include: Lulu Fou, '90, an executive director at Accenture; Mimi Thai-Chen, Medicare IT director at Kaiser Permanente; Jan Dorr, '95, an IT Department manager at Walt Disney; and Isabelle Theisen, '92, chief security officer at First Advantage Corp. The event is on May 2 from 3 to 4:30 in the BSC's England Evans Room. Alumni and current students of all academic disciplines as well as the general public are encouraged to attend the free event. The panel is held in conjunction with the CIS 40th anniversary celebration also on May 2. To learn more, visit http://134.71.196.75/lsoe/CISAnniversary/WomenITPanel.pdf