We are excited about today's show! We are very proud to have with us some incredible people dedicated to the awareness of women in business. We're talking to Women & Hi-Tech as well as the Pass the Torch for Women Foundation - All this today on the EDGE!
The Women & Hi-Tech organization was founded in 1999 and they are a non-profit professional organization dedicated to supporting women in STEM industries, specifically the Indianapolis area youth. Audrey Taylor, the President at Women & Hi-Tech, and Darcy Lee, the Vice President of Women & Hi-Tech, come on the show today to talk about their organizations and a couple of their outreach programs called Your Superpower! & Passport to Hi-Tech.
If you would like to learn more about the organization, please visit their website: http://www.womenandhitech.org/
Paul Poteet is back this week with some more amazing/crazy/incredible stories. Here is this week's lineup:
Police say a central Wyoming man they arrested for public intoxication claimed he had traveled back in time to warn of an alien invasion - http://k2radio.com/bryant-johnson-of-casper-arrested-for-public-intoxication-claimed-to-be-a-time-traveler/
The Netherlands paved a bike path with recycled toilet paper - https://www.curbed.com/2017/10/6/16435030/netherlands-bike-paths-toilet-paper-pavement
Supposedly the most popular Halloween candy in each state. HOT TAMALES? I don't believe it. In Michigan, it's supposed to be candy corn. They lie! - https://www.candystore.com/blog/facts-trivia/halloween-candy-map-popular/
Pass the Torch for Women started in 2011 and was originally called the Mentoring Women's Network and was founded by Alison Martin-Brooks. This network of women joined together to share best practices and support each other professionally in hopes to grow women leaders. As the organization continued to grow, they changed their name to Pass the Torch For Women in 2014 and became a non-profit organization.
Samantha Burke, the National Program Director of Pass the Torch for Women, Julie Petr, the Executive Director of Pass the Torch for Women, and Ariel Crawley, the Director of IvyWork at the Indy Women in Tech, all join Edge of Indy in this episode to talk about their organization and to talk about Pass the Torch Netwalk at the Artsgarden in the Circle Centre Mall.
To learn more about this organization, please visit their website: http://passthetorchforwomen.org/