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Johnson Women in Technology Conference 2018

Fri, March 2, 2018 New York, New York
Microsoft Technology Center 11 Times Square New York, New York 10036 United States +1 212-245-2100

About Johnson Women in Technology Conference 2018

JOHNSON WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE, NEW YORK, MARCH 02, 2018

The Johnson Women in Technology Conference (JWiT) is organized by the students of the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Designed to attract students and professionals alike, the event features engrossing panel discussions, valuable networking events, a pitch competition and more.

Over the past decade, the number of women leaders in the technology industry has remained below 15 percent. On March 2 in New York City, the Johnson Women in Technology (JWiT) Conference will help drive the national dialogue and action towards advancing opportunities for women with the theme My Path To Tech. We are the only student-run MBA conference dedicated to creating a community of women MBAs, advocates and tech leaders that provides mentorship and knowledge-sharing about strategies for success. 

Our Mission

Create a forum for women MBAs, industry leaders and advocates to:

Engage.  Bring together individuals with varying experiences in an environment where they can exchange creative thoughts and ideas.

Connect.  Build a community of leaders who move women in technology forward. Bring together individuals with varying experiences in an environment where they can exchange creative thoughts and ideas.

Inspire.  Provide a forum for dynamic individuals throughout technology to demonstrate their achievements and growing opportunities for women in the field.

 

About Johnson Women in Technology Conference

This student-run conference highlights female tech professionals representing a wide range of specialties, from biotech to consulting to consumer electronics. Join us on March 2nd at the Microsoft Technology Center in Times Square for a full day of talks, panels, and networking around the theme #MyPathToTech.

Attendees

This event is organized by MBA students and is open to students, prospective students, and professionals in all fields.

Venue Experience

The Microsoft Technology center is located in the heart of Times Square, New York City.

Venue & Location Benefits

Our Keynote Speaker is Tiffany Dufu, author of 'Drop the Ball'. We are featuring speakers and panelists from Amazon, Microsoft, Google, LinkedIn, Accenture, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, and more. Our pitch competition is awarding $4000 to an innovative team and $6000 to a nonprofit that they sponsor.

About Johnson Women in Technology Conference 2017

Johnson Women in Technology Conference, March 03, 2017:

What is this event?

Johnson Women in Technology (JWiT) Conference will help to drive the national dialogue and action towards advancing opportunities for women. The theme of conference is Tech Together.

This event is designed with mission to create a forum for women MBAs, industry leaders and advocates to Engage, Connect and Inspire.

The Johnson Women in Technology Conference (JWiT) is organized by the students of the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at Microsoft Technology Center, 11 Times Square, New York, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This event is designed for students, professional’s women, women MBAs, industry leaders and advocates.

What are some highlights of this event?

This conference will take you through engrossing panel discussions, valuable networking events, a pre-revenue pitch competition and more.

Event Highlights:

  • Predicting Privilege with Python
  • Pitch Competition
  • Networking to Create Champions at the Workplace
  • How to Build a Mentor Relationship
  • Company Fair

Speaker:

Keynote Speaker:

Kelly Hoey (Kelly Hoey is the author of Build Your Dream Network).

Kelly has been lauded from Forbes (“1 of 5 Women Changing the World of VC/Entrepreneurship”) to Fast Company (“25 Smartest Women On Twitter”). She has appeared on CNBC’s Power Pitch.

  • Elizabeth Pavlik
  • Meghan Cross
  • Sandya Magge
  • Erik Huestes
  • Leanne Huang
  • Heather Shapiro
  • Heather Shapiro

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will:

  • Engage with individuals with varying experiences in an environment where they can exchange creative thoughts and ideas.
  • Connect community of leaders who move women in technology forward.
  • Learn how to build a mentor relationship.
  • Opportunity to discuss with industry specialist.

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