We are proud to announce the Keynote Speakers for the 2021 8th IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference. These inspiring individuals have shattered boundaries and misconceptions, helping to pave the way for all women in technology and leadership alike.
Susan M. Armstrong, Qualcomm
Sandy Carter, AWS
Julie Coker, San Diego Tourism Authority
Lynne Doherty, McAfee
|Ann Francke, Chartered Management Institute
Dr. Mae C. Jemison, NASA
Kavitha Prabhakar, Deloitte US
Sandra L. Rivera, Intel
Join us at the virtual conference taking place April 27-30, 2021, where you’ll hear directly from these trailblazers, plus more to be announced later. As an attendee, you will also have the opportunity to ask questions and gain personal insight.
The IEEE WIE ILC 2021 theme of Accelerating through Change will focus on Executive Leadership; Increasing Inclusion, Intersectionality and Representation; Disruptive Technology & Innovation; and Accelerating Innovative Women Who Change the World.
The virtual event will allow attendees to connect with peers through one-to-one and group networking sessions, visit virtual exhibitor booths, ask questions to speakers, and view on demand sessions at your own convenience.
View the full program here. The program includes 50+ speakers including Keynotes, Main Stage, and Digital Showcase. The program features the following leadership and technical tracks:
- Executive Leadership
- Inclusion, Intersectionality, and Representation
- Disruptive Tech & Innovation
- Turning Points
- It Starts With Us, Building a New World
Stay tuned for more speakers to be announced!
Registration is now open with early bird rates available until 13 April 2021 and additional discounted rates for students, IEEE Members, and IEEE WIE members.
IEEE WIE ILC aims to support and sustain women leaders and technologists, especially those in mid to senior career. Enhance your leadership skills and knowledge of the tech industry, while networking with STEM leaders from around the world.