IEEE women in engineering gathers industry influencers
Stephen LawElectronics Engineering
Event designed to lead beyond, elevate careers and boost skills at the International Leadership Conference
IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology, unveiled its conference agenda for the 2017 IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference (IEEE WIE ILC). Senior science and technology professionals are invited to come, collaborate and exchange ideas at the San Jose Convention Center on May 22 – 23.
Leading speakers will discuss key strategies in these main categories: leadership, entrepreneurship, disruptive technology, innovation and empowerment. Keynote speakers include Microsoft EVP Business Development, Peggy Johnson; Intel Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Danielle Brown; DARPA Acting Deputy Director, Stefanie Tompkins; Harvey Mudd College President, Maria Klawe; and Ellevest CEO, Sallie Krawcheck.
“Reflecting on previous IEEE WIE ILC events, my team and I used feedback from attendees to create a truly dynamic program,” said Nita Patel, founder and chair of the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference. “Striving to build upon their careers, attendees will experience new, in depth, hands-on workshops designed to boost learning, networking and collaboration, for a greater peer discussion experience, and problem solving setting. Our goal is for IEEE WIE ILC to be a place professionals meet and share strategies, so women find new ways to Lead Beyond.”
The 2017 IEEE WIE ILC delivers the networking, educational opportunities and tips even before the live conference begins.
To view the full agenda or register for the event, visit online at http://bit.ly/WIERegisterPR.