Women in Technology Leadership and Management Panel
November 7 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Business Analytics Initiative at Poole College of Management is pleased to announce an event that celebrates and explores the achievements, challenges, and future possibilities of women in technology leadership and management. The purpose of this panel is for students to hear from inspiring leaders and to gain valuable insights, strategies, and skills as they navigate their leadership journey.
Registration: Please register for this event to secure your spot, help us plan catering adequately, and receive updates on the panel. To register click here.
Date: Tuesday, November 7th
Time: 5:00-7:00 PM
5:00-5:30 PM: Registration and Light Refreshments & Appetizers/Desserts
5:30-6:45 PM: Panel
6:45-7:00 PM: Adjournment
Location: Talley Student Union (Hatteras/Currituck Suites (Ballroom)), Third Floor, 2610 Cates Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27606
Cost: This event is free for students
About the Panel: In today’s rapidly evolving tech landscape, women are making significant strides in leadership and management roles, shaping the future of technology. Our panel discussion brings together accomplished women from diverse backgrounds, each with a unique perspective and experience in the tech industry. They will share their insights, stories of success, and discuss the pivotal role women play in driving innovation and change in the technology sector.
- Challenges and Triumphs
- Navigating Leadership
- Mentorship and Building Support Networks
- Innovations and Trends in Technology Leadership
- Future Opportunities for Women in Tech Leadership & Management
Panelists: We are honored to introduce our esteemed panelists who have excelled in the tech industry and are true trailblazers in technology leadership and management:
Nicole Jefferies, President, Technology Division, GXO Logistics, Inc.
Chanel Chambers, Cybersecurity Marketing Advisor | Product Marketing, GTM Strategy (NC State Alumna – M.S. in Technical Communication)
Kenya Oduor, Phd, Adjunct Professor, Computer Science Department, and Founder and CEO, Lean Geeks (NC State Alumna – Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy – Human Factors Psychology (Ergonomics)
Audience Participation: We encourage active participation from the audience through Q&A sessions, where you can pose your questions to the panelists and gain valuable insights.
Who Should Attend: While this particular panel is targeted towards undergraduate students, all students are welcome to attend.
Moderator: Our panel discussion will be expertly moderated by Alysia Baker Eve, a respected leader in the field of technology, who will guide the conversation and facilitate audience engagement.
Alysia Baker Eve (MBA ’13), Senior Director, Product Marketing & eCommerce Systems at ShareFile
Women in Tech Rising Star Executive Finalist
NC State Alumna
Registration: Please register for this event to secure your spot, help us plan catering adequately, and receive updates on the panel. To register, click here.
For inquiries or more information, please contact Kristin Siebenaler firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the conversation to celebrate and amplify the voices of remarkable women in leadership & management!