Gloria Bell

Taking a big leap and changing careers at 40 was a risk, but it led Gloria to find her true passion - inspiring, educating and connecting with other women. Whether it is running the Women in Tech Summit, consulting with clients who need her social media expertise, sharing her knowledge with students and mentees or advising the non-profit TechGirlz, she gets to spend every day doing work she loves. When she is not working, she can be found with her nose in a book, behind the lens of her camera, in the kitchen baking or enjoying the company of her family and friends. 

Don't let the lack of something prevent you from following your dreams - figure out how to fill the gap and keep moving forward. 

Gloria is driven by knowing that she is part of creating real change in the world. As the co-founder of the Women in Tech Summit, an adjunct professor at Drexel University, and a leader for TechGirlz she wears many hats. Additionally, she also owns and operates a social media strategy consulting firm which developed from a personal fascination with technology and communication.

Her interest in technology began when she was in the first grade. She was influenced by her father who received his master's degree in Data Processing. Despite her dad’s influence and her fascination with technology, with few female role models, her career path took a 22-year detour through the insurance industry before she made her way into the tech space.

Today she works from home and her time is spent planning logistics, vetting speakers and soliciting sponsors for her tech events. She also spends time creating lesson plans for classes at Drexel, writing strategy for my small business and non-profit social media clients. When she’s not working she enjoys reading, gardening, and cooking.

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