Importance of Soft skills and best practices such as communicating confidently and assertively will be discussed
Experiential learning gained by actually practicing some skills that will be thought during the talks
Benefit from the existing knowledge, skills, and experience of high performing women in Tech and transfer these skills to newer women in order to advance their careers
Define our passion and purpose and translate it into deliberate objectives and strategies for achievement.
Stay on top of the latest trends in the industry, keep a pulse on the job market, meet prospective mentors, partners, and clients, and gain access to the necessary resources that will foster career development
Founder of LeanIn.Org, and a philanthropist. In June 2012, she was elected to Facebook's board of directors, becoming the first woman to serve on its board
An American lawyer and politician. She is the founder of the tech organization Girls Who Code. She was previously the Deputy Public Advocate at the Office of the New York City Public Advocate.
She manages teams across the globe to develop future payment experiences in connected devices we use every day – from TVs, fridges, and kiosks, to smart mirrors and cars. They work on solutions that can be deployed globally, and find strategic partners that share their principles regarding customer experience and data security
She focuses on important policy issues on a range of topics including key veteran and military policy but ultimately she works closely on issues related to the Internet, digital economy/small business, counter terrorism, cybersecurity, data privacy, and partnerships.
An American business executive, serving as executive chairman of IBM. She previously served as chairman, president and CEO of IBM, becoming the first woman to head the company
an American businesswoman and investor. She is an information technology executive, and co-founder of Lumi Labs. Mayer formerly served as the president and chief executive officer of Yahoo!, a position she held from July 2012