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Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

Women in Digital - Featured Member Spotlight - Cynthia Gorsick Current360

Cynthia Gorsick • Current360

Q: Why did you join Women in Digital? A: Women in Digital combines the two most important aspects of my life. Digital/Tech and networking with amazing women. I want to learn from those more experienced than myself, but also provide knowledge that I wish I had when I started my career. Q: What’s your specialty? What makes you tick? A: My speciality is Web Development and Design. I have a passion for creating something that is not only functional, but also aesthetically appealing with a strong User Experience. Q: What was your first job out of college? A: My first job out of college was actually as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Long road away from where I am now. Q: What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? A: “Edit yourself. Not everyone deserves to hear your story.” Being concise allows others to connect with you, and spending too much time qualifying, or “proving” yourself creates a disconnect. Q: What can you give your fellow members of Women in Digital? A: Connection and community. What do you need? I can be an ear for your troubles, offer ideas for your business, educational, and self-evolving goals, and introduce you to others with relevant experience to your needs. Q: What will be your first ask? A: My first ask is that if you’re reading this and you’re not a member of Women in Digital, become one! If you are a “wallflower” member, put your anxieties to rest; get out there and get involved!

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT AT A MEETUP?

Our meetups have been described over and over again as a far cry from typical networking events. Why the difference?

MEMBERS ONLY

With the exception of a few open meetups, a majority of our meetups are members only or members +1. That means you won’t find any recruiters or sales- oriented attendees, only women like you in the digital creative profession.

Engaging Speakers

Our speakers, hand-selected by your chapter, are chosen because of their energy, passion and digital expertise. You’ll be wowed by their know-how and walk away with some major digital nerdiness and a power boost.

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Ask & Give Exchange

Each meetup includes our signature Ask & Give exchange. At the core of our group, these totally confidential Asks & Gives are a power swap. You ask, you give and we exchange favors. It sounds so simple, but this mindset shift is what makes our group so transformational for its members.

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New cities are coming online as we speak and international expansion is slated for early 2019. We hope you’ll join us in this remarkable creation of the world’s most powerful network of women in digital.

If you’re interested in starting your own chapter, email [email protected] and view our City Guide here for more info.

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