Women's Luncheon - RSVP Required
Join us at this special luncheon and engage in a dialogue around the issues women communications professionals face in the male-dominated tech industry.
Monday, March 18 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. | Orange Blossom Ballroom, Gaylord Palms Resort
In this, our first-annual Women in Communications Luncheon, we will shine a light on the issues women communications professionals face in the male-dominated technology industry and provide an opportunity for discussion and networking. A panel of women IT professionals from a variety of enterprise organizations will share their experiences about how they overcame challenges in getting to where they are today and offer insight on how women can help one another to advance and prosper in IT-related fields. Whether to share tips on navigating workplace situations, provide guidance on how to advocate for equal pay and career opportunities, or engage in conversation about achieving work/life balance, there’s room for every voice in this dialogue. No matter where you are in your professional development, register to attend this luncheon and contribute to the discussion around how we can support women’s advancement in communications.
*Pass Type: Entire Event, Tue-Thu Conference, Speakers and Media Only
Women's Networking Reception
Monday, March 18 | 7:00 - 8:00 PM | Castillo de San Marcos, Gaylord Palms Resort
Join us for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres and network with other top women business leaders in the enterprise communications industry and celebrate the significant advancements and accomplishments female professionals are making today and tomorrow.
Pass type: Open to All
Women in Communications: Challenges and Opportunities
Tuesday, March 19 | 1:10 - 2:00 p.m. | Enterprise Connect Theater 100
Moderator: Michelle Burbick, Associate Editor & Blogger, No Jitter
Jayme Bynum, Director, IT Infrastructure, SemGroup Corporation
Pegah Ebrahimi, COO, Collaboration Technology Group, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Lorrissa Horton, VP and GM – Webex Teams, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Aruna Ravichandran, VP, Collaboration Marketing, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Women communications professionals continue to face challenges in the male-dominated technology industry, so what can we learn from women who have found success? A panel of women executives will engage in a dialogue about the challenges, sharing their experiences in enterprise IT and at vendor companies, and offering insight on how we can navigate the pitfalls and work to foster success.
Pass Type: Open to All