Things are changing but not fast enough. Women remain underrepresented in science and engineering workforce. While some entities of the workforce have become more diverse, still some minority groups continue to be disproportionately low. We want to change this. We’ve got to change this. We're going to change this.
At Woman of Power Conference we are working on that change. In April, a dynamic STEM panel will take to the conference stage with a unique perspective. Women representing three fields: Government, Industry and Academia will review and discuss the professional forecast of women in STEM.
At Woman of Power Conference you will meet three women who will share their personal journey. You will hear from thee Ph.Ds, one in Educational Policy, one in Chemical Engineering, and one in Organic Chemistry. At Woman of Power Conference You will understand how each of these women view their responsibility as a leader in STEM, as a mentor, and as a role model. Dr. Douglas, Dr. Perez-Davis, and Dr. Lahiri will explore in depth questions about STEM Education and Workforce, STEM Leadership, and STEM Diversity.
Our discussion becomes your discussion. This panel is built around you and the achieving women in your circle. Here’s some of what we’ll discuss at Woman of Power Conference in Cleveland, Ohio:
You won’t want to miss this panel discussion. I am moderating the conversation and will engage in a rich discussion that will also probe into best practices in the recruitment and retention of women in STEM, developing networks, and more. See you at Woman of Power Conference April 9-10, 2017. Register now.
Karen Harper | Vice President, Building Engineering & Science Talent | Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org