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Tuesday, July 24 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Women in Team Leadership Roles is Good for Business ADD ME

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In today’s global marketplace where diverse backgrounds, skills, and experience are critical for strategic and operational decisions, having more women involved at the highest levels of business management and organizational governance is associated with more profitable and well-managed organizations, our startups should be no different.

Even though the percentage of women in the talent pipeline has steadily increased over the last three decades there are still large gender gaps from entry-level right through to top executive positions. Research from the Boardlist shows that in Tech, women hold only 30% of the entry-level roles and only approximately 7% of private tech company boards are made up of women.

Come and join this conversation and hear some of reasons why having women in your organization's leadership roles will benefit your entire organization, including the benefits of greater diversity in thought processes, organizational and management trust, growing collaborative cultures, and mentoring and team development. En el mercado global actual, donde los antecedentes, las habilidades y la experiencia son fundamentales para las decisiones estratégicas y operativas, contar con más mujeres participando en los más altos niveles de gestión empresarial y gobierno organizacional se asocia con organizaciones más rentables y mejor administradas. Esto no debería ser diferente en nuestras empresas.

Aunque el porcentaje de mujeres en el espectro empresarial ha aumentado en las últimas tres décadas, todavía hay grandes brechas de género desde el nivel de inicio hasta los puestos ejecutivos más altos. La investigación de Boardlist muestra que en Tech, las mujeres ocupan solo el 30% de las funciones de nivel de entrada y solo aproximadamente el 7% del directorio de empresas de tecnología privada están compuestas por mujeres. Venga y participe en esta conversación y infórmese de algunas razones por las que tener mujeres en los roles de liderazgo de su organización beneficiará a toda su organización, incluidos los beneficios de una mayor diversidad en los procesos de generar confianza organizacional y de gestión, el crecimiento de culturas colaborativas y la tutoría y el desarrollo de equipos.

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Jana Sanchez

Executive Director, LaunchNo.CO
I've been telling stories that get results for more than 20 years. With an extensive background in both fundraising and marketing, I've had opportunity to dive deeply into how crafting effective messages, rooted in honest emotion, and built around clear action - attract both people... Read More →

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Alires Almon

Sr. Director, Operations and Partnerships, 100 Year Starship
As part of 100YSS and Founder of Deep Space Predictive Research Group, Alires brings together leading scientists and global thought leaders in science, space exploration, business, engineering and culture. Utilizing creative decision-making and problem-solving strategies to develop... Read More →
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Kristen Moorefield

Director of Human Resources, SparkFun Electronics
Kristen Moorefield is the HR Director at SparkFun Electronics, Inc, in Niwot, CO. SparkFun is an open-source electronics e-retailer that focuses on making embedded electronics accessible to everyone, no matter age or skill-level. While not in a technical role herself, Kristen helps... Read More →
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Judith Nowlin

Chief Growth Officer, Babyscripts (former Co-founder/CEO, iBirth), iBirth
Judith created iBirth™, a mobile care companion for pregnancy, birth and postpartum, to improve health outcomes for women and children all around the world. The iBirth™ app was born out of her prior decade of service in maternity care as a childbirth educator, birth doula and... Read More →


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