Do you feel that an intangible barrier is preventing you from achieving professional growth that you deserve? While strides have been made to promote gender equality in the workplace, women constitute a mere 14% of the executive ranks. What are the factors preventing gender parity in leadership positions? What can you do to shatter the proverbial glass ceiling?
AWIP Boston is excited to bring you a panel of successful leaders who have successfully risen to the executive ranks and are fostering conditions for others to do the same. Come listen to their personal stories and learn practical strategies to help you “shatter the glass ceiling”. Men and women, both welcome.
She is an experienced leader with a passion for driving talented teams to deliver extraordinary results and leading product teams for software as a service (SaaS) to drive growth and innovation. Nancy is the Co-founder and Past President of Women@EnerNOC,, a grassroots initiative seeking to inspire, connect, and empower women to lead and impact company success. She has a joint degree from the School of Engineering and Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her voluntary work includes helping children in need in the Greater Boston area with Nurtury and is a member of the Inventors Program and Special Project Action Committee with the Museum of Science, Boston.
Beth is responsible for leading a global team to deliver Dell EMC’s industry-leading data protection portfolio to customers worldwide. In this capacity, she oversees the engineering marketing and product management teams, drives the portfolio strategy and works closely with sales and global services to ensure a successful end to end execution of the business. Beth is committed to expanding diversity in the software industry and building an inclusive and highly successful teams
She and her team govern the underwriting, prioritization, resource modeling, and execution (Agile Scrum) activities necessary to manage the division’s diverse portfolio. Prior to joining S&P, Lorna was with Thomson Reuters for 15 years in various product, project, and program capacities. Lorna is passionate about organizational management, specifically how companies can best support and benefit from women in leadership roles.
Leading teams for file, edge and on-premises presence, data transfer, and data protection businesses at AWS. He started and lead the AWS development center in Boston MA where he created and scaled teams, services, and businesses and is currently leading teams that are building, operating, and growing AWS out of Boston MA, Seattle WA, and Vancouver BC. He is a curious and articulate entrepreneur who's passionate about building teams, launching products, and growing businesses that deliver highly disruptive value for customers. Last but not least, he is an Executive advisor for the AWIP Boston chapter.
She leads the global product management team delivering solutions for Computer-Assisted Physician Documentation and Clinical Documentation Excellence in the inpatient and outpatient setting. She has been a product management leader, team builder and mentors for over 15 years which includes shipping compliant products in Healthcare space where patient safety is paramount as well as Financial Services.
Prior to AWS she has founded two startups. Asa has experience in a range of industries, including cloud computing, hybrid storage, big data and analytics, and mobile. Asa started her career at Bell Labs and holds over 20 patents. She is active in mentoring entrepreneurs, speaking on diversity panels and peer-level executive leadership programs for women.
6:00 - 6:30 pm: Registration & Snacks
6:30 - 6:40pm: AWIP welcome
6:40 - 8:00 pm: Panel Discussion
8:00 - 8:30 pm: Q&A, NetWorking & Close
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