Conferences | 2001 Virtual Conference | Keynotes
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2001 Virtual Conference Keynotes*
Virtual Pathways | December 3 - 7 | www.witi.com
Welcome to Virtual Pathways, A Virtual Tour
by Veronica Boaz, President, LeadershipXcellence, WITI Unlimited Inc.
Take a tour of the conference and to learn all the things you can experience in this virtual environment.
The Virtual World
by Lisa Kimball, CEO, Group Jazz
It's a new age of technology where community and connections can be built online. What is the impact of the virtual world on how we conduct business?
Managing Your Career - Today's Evolving Business Environment Requires Career Adaptability
by Katherine Spencer Lee, SVP, RHI Consulting
Using Power Responsibly
by Myra Hart, Professor, Harvard Business School/Founding Officer, Staples, Inc.; Wendy Kopp, Founder & President, Teach For America; Christine Lagard, Chairman, Baker & McKenzie; Mary Tolan, Managing Partner, Accenture
Change at the top of organizations is more prevalent than ever before. What changes, if any, will we see as a result of more and more women at the top?
Women And Technology as a Force for Change
by Gloria Steinem Activist, Feminist, Writer
An intimate chat with Gloria at her apartment. What roles and responsibility do we as women have in creating change in the world? Learn the fundamental message that we begin
by taking ourselves seriously, that we define ourselves from within and take action based on that definition.
A Day in the Life - Using the New Technology for New Flexibility
- Cynthia Spence Hyde
Women, Technology and the Future
by Susan Bird, Founder and Chief Futurist, womenfuture
What are women talking about today and what impact technology can have on
the shape of business in the future.
How Technology Can Add Value To Your Business, Career, Profession
by Radha Basu, CEO, Support.com
Technology has changed our lives and added new dimensions in every facet of our profession, business and career
Pathways to Careers in Science and Technology
by Dr. Sally Ride
Sally's passion for helping young women see their future potential in science and technology is a driving force in some of her current initiatives. Sally will discuss career paths for young girls, virtual communities, educational possibilities and current career realities for women in science and technology.
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