Learn more about today’s session on How to Become an Executive Leader below.
How to Become an Executive Leader
WHEN Thursday, Apr 6, 2017, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
WHERE CoMotion HQ
4545 Roosevelt Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105
Gender equity, diversity, and inclusion is a challenge for our region—especially in the flourishing entrepreneurial community that we have established over the past few years. In an attempt to continue combatting this disparity, CoMotion Labs has partnered with other Puget Sound based organizations for an event on nurturing leadership as part of “Spring Forward with Women Leaders.” This panel on April 6 will highlight the opportunities for women in leadership in technical/STEM-based fields, entrepreneurship, and investing. We will have networking for the first and last 30 minutes with a 1-hour panel discussion in between.
Moderator – Rebecca Lovell (City of Seattle)
Anna Steffeney (LeaveLogic)
Avni Patel (Poppy)
Leen Kawas (M3Biotechnology)
Lacey Leavitt (Mechanical Dreams)
About the Series:
Our region struggles with issues of equity, diversity and inclusion in much the same way other regions struggle with these challenges. The Puget Sound, in the form of the public and private organizations—including community organizations, residents, businesses, local governments, and philanthropic groups—have committed to addressing these challenges head-on, and with as much creativity and urgency as we can muster.
The Spring Forward with Women Leaders event series grows out of our region’s collective commitment to do better on topics such as gender pay equity, diversity and inclusion in leadership. The focus is on technical and STEM-based fields—including technology, healthcare, entrepreneurship and investing.
To see some of the artifacts from last’s year’s series, visit the 2016 series landing page here: www.cambiagrove.com