On Saturday, May 11, 2013, Creating Connections: Working Together to Transform Our World will bring together 200 diverse people for a full day of personal and professional development, networking, and inspiration. By supporting and enabling a meaningful dialogue about the participation of women in Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET), we build capacity for individuals and organizations to engage in transformative and long-lasting change. We will create a place where everyone can belong.
Creating Connections is for everyone who wants to engage in a dialogue about diversity in SET disciplines: men and women, students, industry professionals, academics, people in career transition, managers and HR professionals, and people from the wider community. Our discussion will be broad, and topics will be applicable to more than one situation or group.
On Friday night, May 10, 2013, our Opening Evening will include a free keynote address open to the general public, and an opening reception. Both events (included reserved seating at the keynote) are included in conference registration. A limited number of opening-reception only tickets will also be available.
Please save the dates – we hope to see you there!