What does the WIQD Organizing Committee do?
The WIQD Organizing Committee organizes multiple events per year. Every last Thursday of the month a woman working in the field on quantum computing or technology shares an inspirational story with us during our Inspiring Talks from the WIQD World event. We believe story telling is a great source for inspiration to learn from each other’s experiences. These events also offer the opportunity to meet other women working in the same area. In addition, WIQD conferences are organized a few times per year to offer a platform to learn on the topic of women in quantum computing and quantum technologies during plenary sessions and workshops. This is the place to be to meet fellow WIQD community members.
The WIQD Organizing Committee aims to be a representation of a diverse group of women working in quantum computing. By joining the WIQD Organizing Committee you commit to be available for a few hours per month to join an enthusiastic committee on the organization of activities. Being a committee member means you are available for the monthly organizing committee meetings, and for WIQD events and conferences. You are enthusiastic about making WIQD a success, actively contribute to WIQD’s meetings, work in the field of quantum computing or technology yourself and/or have a genuine interest for women working in this field. Note that the Organizing Committee operates on a voluntary basis.
Our network is growing, therefore the Organizing Committee needs some more hands! Currently, the Organizing Committee consists of eight committee members and we are looking for at least two new members.
Interested to join WIQD’s Organizing Committee? Send an e-mail to email@example.com (directed to Judith Kreukels, Project Manager WIQD) by the 6th of October with a motivation letter of max. 1 page explaining why you would like to join the WIQD Organizing Committee. By joining the WIQD Organizing Committee you are enthusiastic about contributing to WIQD’s mission and the organization of events voluntarily for a few hours per month. Note that you need to be based in the Netherlands to join the committee.