Next-Gen technologies and the Women Leading Us There

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Shazia Hasnie, Ph.D.
Deanna Kosaraju
Leedjia Svec, Ph.D
Ali Guarneros Luna

Women represent only 24% of the STEM workforce, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce, while the number of women receiving STEM degrees has decreased.
In this panel executive women in cutting-edge science and technology fields will share their insights and wisdom on how do we channel more women in STEM fields. We will explore how these role models navigated early challenges and leveraged mentors, sponsors, and networks to build confidence, credibility and career momentum in the male-dominated world of science and technology.