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About the Webinar
Do you dream of working for yourself but aren’t sure where to begin? One of tech’s big perks is the ability to go freelance, and in this webinar, we’ll cover everything you need to know to get started from square one.
Whether you’re in it for the flexible schedule, the ability to work from home, or the diverse work that never gets boring, we’ll give you the tools to be in charge. Let’s make your freelance career a reality!
- The nuts and bolts of landing your first client
- How to set your rates as a freelancer so you can make ALL the money
- What you need to know to be in charge—whether you’re eyeing a side hustle or your own tech empire
FOUNDER, TECH LADIES
Allison Esposito is the Founder of Tech Ladies, a community of 30,000 members that connects women with the best opportunities in tech, and connects companies with the best women tech-makers. Her work with Tech Ladies has been featured in CNBC, Forbes, The New York Times, Fortune, Inc., The Observer, and more. She has worked in marketing at large tech companies and small startups including Google and Foursquare.
UX DESIGNER & PRODUCT CONSULTANT
Sarah Doody is UX designer and product consultant based in New York City. She founded the popular weekly UX newsletter, The UX Notebook. Sarah is also very involved in UX education and created a online course, User Research Mastery, to help teams understand their customers through doing more research. More recently, Sarah self-published a UX notebook, How To Think Like A Designer.
Jennifer Dziura is the founder of GetBullish: Aggressive Lady-Advice and the annual Bullish Conference. After beginning as an advice column at the intersection of work and feminism, Bullish has now grown to include a membership society and a shop carrying feminist gift items, cussing jewelry, desk decor, and more. Jen speaks at colleges and conferences about designing your own career, networking without being fake, smashing the patriarchy at work, and monetizing things that are awesome. She lives in Brooklyn, and her name is pronounced Di-ZUR-a.