Discussing diversity and education issues that affect everyday citizens. Join us for a day of curated events focused around these topics.

Saturday, April 18 12am

Track Day Events

  • 4th Annual Philly Women in Tech Summit

    The Philly Women in Tech Summit is an annual event that inspires, educates and connects women in the technology industry from the Philadelphia area and theMid-Atlantic region. Our goal is to support the community of women currently in working in technology and to help pave the way for adolescent girls who want to enter the industry.

    Saturday, April 18, 8:45am–5:00pm
  • Pyramid STEM Showcase

    The Pyramid STEM Showcase is held annually designed to educate and empower our families through technology and prepare us to become an integral part of the fastest-moving industry of all time. Free to the public, this showcase provides an opportunity for youth, parents, government, industry, educators and organizations to come together to learn and share.

    Saturday, April 18, 12:00pm–5:00pm
  • LittleBits

    Come experiment with LittleBits, magnetic electronic bits that snap together to form simple or complex circuits. Learn about inputs, outputs, and how to use logic to control the flow of electricity. Participants will use their creativity to put a new spin on an existing product or to prototype a new invention. Targeted for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls only.

    Saturday, April 18, 1:00pm–4:00pm
  • The Rad Awards

    The first ever Rad Awards is a celebration hosted by honoring women who inspire others in the fields of technology, media, culture and business. This event is 21+.

    Thank you to our sponsors, Cashman & Associates, Bluecoat American Dry Gin, Sixpoint Brewery, and Girl Develop It.

    Saturday, April 18, 7:00pm–10:00pm


  • Renee Chenault-Fattah

    Renee Chenault-Fattah

    Broadcast journalism veteran Renee Chenault-Fattah joined NBC10 in 1991. She can currently be seen anchoring NBC10 News weekdays at 4 PM and 6 PM.

    Chenault-Fattah began her career as an attorney. She practiced law in New York City for four years and remains a member of the New York

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