Women in STEM Luncheon

April 2, 2019
Co-located with Manufacturing & Technology 2019

M&T will host an inaugural Women In STEM Luncheon during the Manufacturing & Technology 2019 event in Pittsburgh, PA on April 2.

The Women in STEM Luncheon will provide an opportunity for some of the industry's most successful women and companies to discuss the challenges and opportunities they see in STEM today and to inspire a new generation of women, and build a diverse workforce. Join us to network and discuss the vital role science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines play in the future of manufacturing. 

The event will feature a keynote presentation from Cindy Bolt, Senior Vice President, Manufacturing, Automotive, and Energy, an Evangelist for Industries at Salesforce.  She is a 30 year veteran in working in a STEM field.

Following the keynote, a panel discussion featuring STEM pioneers will be led by Karen Field, Design & Electronics Executive Director of Content and former Mechanical Engineer at Texas Instruments.

►  50% of the proceeds from the Women in STEM Luncheon will be awarded to the local girls STEM program at Carnegie Mellon University, Girls of Steel in host city Pittsburgh.  ►

12:00 pm – 12:30 pm      Check-in and Networking
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm        Luncheon + Keynote
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm          Panel Discussion
2:30 pm – 3:00 pm          Networking and Wrap-up

Women in STEM: The Future of Equality Leadership

Technology advancements continue to have an enormous impact on industry today. But one of the most profound shifts taking place actually has to do with people and the growing recognition that in order to be successful companies must move toward a more diverse workforce and equality in the workplace. Cindy Bolt, SVP of Manufacturing, Automotive and Energy at Salesforce, will highlight how female leaders in top organizations like Salesforce can be not only trailblazers when it comes to their own careers, but how women can take a leadership role in redefining industry norms.

Diversity in the Manufacturing Workplace: Challenges and Opportunities

The case for diversity in the workplace and the positive benefits are clear. But with a looming shortage of skilled labor in the manufacturing sector, companies are hard pressed to find enough qualified workers at all, much less achieving the kind of workforce diversity that most acknowledge is an imperative today. In this panel discussion, some of manufacturing’s greatest minds tackling this issue will explore the state of workforce diversity at all levels in manufacturing, the progress (and in some cases lack of progress) that’s been made, and what todays companies can do to overcome obstacles and help build a pipeline of qualified workers for the factories of the future.

Karen Field
Executive Director, Content
Design & Electronics
Informa | Infrastructure Intelligence
Cindy Bolt
SVP and GM
Manufacturing, Automotive, and Energy
Salesforce Industries
Petra Mitchell
President and CEO
Catalyst Connection
Suzy Teele
Head of Marketing & Communications
ARM Institute
Buckley Brinkman
Executive Director/CEO
Wisconsin Center for Manufacturing and Productivity

Purchase your tickets:

Women in STEM tickets: **50% of proceeds will be donated to a local STEM program**
Table of 8: $600
Industry Participant: $80
Student: $40

Registration Options:
►Women in STEM
 + M&T Full Education Conference Package: Contact us for special pricing: m-t@informa.com or call 1-800-927-5007
Women in STEM + Free Expo Pass

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