TV Anchor and Author Will Speak at the Campbell Heritage Theatre on Wednesday, September 14
The Santa Clara County Library District (SCCLD) is honored to present the Distinguished Author Series. SCCLD welcomes three writers whose works spark thought-provoking ideas and conversations about topics ranging from the future of tech, to the connections between health, food and agriculture, to the works of a genre-jumping, bestselling author.
Emmy Award-winning journalist Emily Chang reports on global technology and media companies, startups, and the future of business. Her exposé Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys’ Club of Silicon Valley (2018), sheds a bright, objective and journalistic light on the issue of gender gaps in Silicon Valley that have shut women out of the great wealth creation.
This conversation will be moderated by Santa Clara County Supervisor and Library JPA Governing Board Member Joe Simitian, who is a champion of individuals’ privacy and data security. Simitian has worked on legislation regarding data breach disclosure and notifications, online privacy protection and telephone record protection.
|WHO:||Santa Clara County Library District, Santa Clara County Library District Foundation, Emily Chang, Supervisor Joe Simitian.|
Campbell Heritage Theatre
1 W Campbell Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
SCCLD is proud to bring quality programming like the Distinguished Author Series to the community. This trio of barrier-breaking authors come from a different and diverse background, with stories that will captivate and inspire.
The Distinguished Author Series is free and open to the public. Please register in advance to attend each of these events at sccld.org/authorseries/.
SCCLD would like to thank the Santa Clara County Library District Foundation for its generosity in supporting the Distinguished Author Series. SCCLDF is hosting a special private event immediately following the author talk with Emily Chang. Guests will have the opportunity to be seated in the VIP section, meet Chang in a small gathering, and if desired, have a book personally signed. To learn about attending this private event, please visit sccldf.org.