On Thursday, October 29, Clinton Foundation Vice Chair Chelsea Clinton and SELF Editor-in-Chief Joyce Chang will host “What Works for Women Leaders in Technology,” a panel discussion with leaders in technology to discuss where the tech sector can improve opportunities for women and highlight successes that can be replicated.
The event will feature panelists Rachel Sklar, co-founder, Change The Ratio and TheLi.st; Andrew Siegel, executive vice president of Strategy and Corporate Development, Advance Publications (parent of Condé Nast); Alexa Von Tobel, founder and CEO, LearnVest.com; and Kiah Williams, co-founder, SIRUM
Building on the success of the Clinton Health Matters Initiative and SELF’s Women’s Health Codeathon Series, as well as the release of the No Ceilings “Full Participation Report” earlier this year, this panel discussion will bring together leading voices and advocates for women in tech to discuss challenges, opportunities, and innovations for advancing women’s leadership in the field.
“What Works for Women Leaders in Technology”
Chelsea Clinton – Vice Chair, Clinton Foundation
Joyce Chang – Editor-in-Chief, SELF
Rachel Sklar – Co-founder, Change The Ratio and TheLi.st
Andrew Siegel – Executive Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development, Advance Publications (parent of Condé Nast)
Alexa Von Tobel – Founder and CEO, LearnVest.com
Kiah Williams – Co-founder, SIRUM
Thursday, October 29, 2015
4:00 PM ET, Pre-set: 3:15 PM ET
1 World Trade Center
New York, NY 10007