When: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 – 5:30 p.m. (event starts at 6 p.m.)
Where: GOODWIN PROCTER Conference Center – 53 State Street, Boston, MA 02109
Why still so few women are in science and technology? What prevents women from accessing careers in STEM? Is the planet missing an opportunity? A conversation with: Laura Indolfi, Myriam Mariani, Natalia Bergamaschi, Nicola Palmarini on best practices, personal experiences and opportunities, on how women can emerge and succeed.
Moderator: Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau
About the speakers:
Natalia Bergamaschi: Alumna 1995, Global Partnerships, Google, Inc.
Laura Indolfi: Biomedical Engineer, TED Fellow and CEO & Founder of Panther Therapeutics, developing a revolutionary pancreatic cancer treatment.
Myriam Mariani: BU visiting professor and Bocconi Associate Professor, co-author of “It’s a Man’s Job. Income and the Gender Gap in Industrial Research”.
Nicola Palmarini: Global Digital Creative & Technology Advocate, IBM, author of “Le infiltrate”-EGEA (how to make young ladies aware of their potential in technology)
Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau: Chief Operating Officer of MIT Technology Review, a technology-oriented publishing company. Formerly she held the role of Global Managing Director of The Economist Corporate Network (The Economist Group).
Free Admission for members and non-members.
Light refreshment will be served.
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