Women in Technology Conference, co-hosted with Cornell Entrepreneur Network

Jan 09, 2014

Women in Technology Conference, co-hosted with Cornell Entrepreneur Network, New York, NY

Keynote Speaker: Donna Terman, Group Head, Innovation Management, MasterCard, QkR Incubation Executive Officer

Panel Discussion: 

Moderator: Kayla Tausche, CNBC 

Panelists: Deborah Estrin, Professor, Computer Science, Cornell Tech, NYC, Professor, Public Health, Weill Cornell Medical College,  and Co-Founder, Open mHealth 
Rashmy Chatterjee, Vice President, Security Systems, IBM Software Group
Jean Hill '83, Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal Business Consulting

Jenn Vargas '09, Founder, Accompl.sh

See photographs from the event on our Facebook page.

View a recording of the Women in Technology event here. Please note this is raw/unedited footage from the event. The sound and quality may vary at times.

Some comments from attendees:

·         Everything about the event was great- keynote, panel, the food and bar, the décor!

·         Loved the keynote speaker and the panel.

·         Great panelists and keynote speaker. Very informative. Good networking opportunities. Terrific ambience.

       Well planned and executed.

·         I thought the event was extremely well run. The location was convenient and the speakers were diverse, informative

       and accessible for discussion following the panel discussion. I also thought the discussion was well moderated.

·         It was very well organized, with exceptional speakers and interesting content. Thank you so much!

·         I thought the panelists gave great insight to the questions and there was a lot of diversity in the panel's experience.

·         Enjoyed networking and experiences from the keynote and panelists

·         The topic was interesting. The moderator did a great job of posing questions to the panelists.

·         Great crowd and good presentations.

·         Well-organized, insightful, great place to network

·         Event started and ended on time, speakers were of diverse experience and thought-- well curated panel. Speakers built on

       each other's thoughts and respectfully disagreed with each other. Advise was "priceless "