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Call for Speakers – AWS Community Day 2024

AWS Community Day Aotearoa is an annual one-day, user-run single-day AWS technical conference that is planned, organised, and delivered by the AWS user group community leaders. The goal of the Community Day is to facilitate the exchange of information amongst the AWS user community. The presentations are all given by speakers who are fellow AWS users sharing knowledge with their peers.

AWS are looking for female speakers to join the AWS Community Day Aotearoa.

Are you a passionate technologist, cloud enthusiast, or an AWS aficionado? Do you have insights, experiences, and knowledge to share with a vibrant community of learners and professionals? The AWS Community Day Aotearoa is fast approaching, and the team are looking for inspiring female voices to take the stage.

This is your chance to:

  • Inspire and Empower: Share your unique AWS journey, innovative projects, and expertise with a supportive Wellington audience.
  • Connect and Network: Engage with fellow AWS enthusiasts, industry leaders, and potential collaborators to build lasting professional relationships.
  • Educate and Enlighten: Teach others about the latest AWS trends, best practices, and solutions. Your knowledge can drive innovation!
  • Showcase Your Talent: Whether you’re a seasoned speaker or a first-time presenter, this is your platform to shine. We welcome talks of all levels and formats.
  • Be a Role Model: Inspire the next generation of women in tech by sharing your story and expertise, helping to create a more diverse and inclusive tech community.

To submit your proposal, go to  AWS Community Day 2024 Aotearoa and complete the speakers registration form by Monday 15 July.

This is your opportunity to be a part of something big, and we can’t wait to see the amazing ideas and experiences you have to offer!

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