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An equal world is an enabled world, and we each have the power to evoke change—through our behaviors, values, and mindsets. But together, our collective action can fuel a revolutionary transformation to a more gender-equal world.
Please join RTI International, Lenovo, and Randstad for the first RTP International Women’s Day Forum. This event will address the challenge of breaking bias against women in the arena of science and technology. Keynote speaker Sue Harnett, founder and president of Rewriting the Code, will address preparing college and early-career women to advance in tech. Two panel sessions will follow, exploring the opportunities and challenges related to technology as an equalizer and why equal representation in science and technology matters.
About the Event
Host | Teena Piccione, Execultive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, RTI International
Co-Host | Anuja Purohit, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, RTI International
Keynote Address | Sue Harnett, Founder, Rewriting the Code
“Preparing College and Early-Career Women to Advance in Tech”
Panel Discussion 1 | Why Equal Representation in Science and Technology Matters
Moderator: Jackie Olich, Vice President, University Collaborations, RTI International
- Lisa May, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, RTI International
- Susan Kellogg, Consultant to Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- June Boersma, Executive Director, U.S. Inside Sales and Enablement, Lenovo US
- Michelle Weathersby, Executive Leadership Career Coach, Lens Consulting
Panel Discussion 2 | Breaking Barriers—Technology as Equalizer
Moderator: Anne Hungate, Vice President, Information Technology, RTI International
- Wendee Wechsberg, Director, RTI Global Gender Center, RTI International
- Sarah West, Sr. Area Director, Randstad
- Patty Hager, Sr. Director, NA Sales Engineering, Lenovo
- Ana Perez, Sr. Technical Advisor, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion, International Development Group, RTI International
The RTP International Women’s Day Forum is organized by RTI International, Randstad, and Lenovo. It is proudly sponsored by the RTI Women's Advancement, Leadership and Success Employee Resource Group; the RTI Black Employee Resource Group; Women in Randstad Empowering Development; and Women in Lenovo Leadership.