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CEN NYC and Zoomdojo present: Women in Technology
Cornell Entrepreneur Network (CEN) in partnership with Zoomdojo presents:
Women in Technology
Thursday, January 9, 2014 | New York, NY
Carol Rattray '78, P'13, P'18, Co-Founder, Zoomdojo
Donna Terman, Group Head, Innovation Management, MasterCard, QkR Incubation Executive Officer
Kayla Tausche, Corporate Finance Reporter, CNBC
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
Zoomdojo was founded by Carol Rattray '78, P'13, P'18 and Ritu Banga. It is an online, open resource for college students and young professionals to facilitate their career search. For more information about Zoomdojo click here.
Thursday, January 9, 2014
6:00PM - 9:00PM
6:00 PM: Reception, Networking, Food & Drink
6:45 PM: Welcome and Introduction
6:50 PM: Keynote and Q&A with Donna Terman
7:20 PM: Panel Discussion
8:00 PM: Q&A with Panel
8:15 PM: Open Networking, Food & Drink
9:00 PM: Event Concludes
Audience: All are welcome. Cornell and Non-Cornell.
Cost: Student and Young Alumni (Cornell and non-Cornell): $10. All other attendees: $25.
Cost includes appetizers, wine & beer reception, networking, and presentation.
*Class years 2003-2013 qualify as Young Alumni
ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED, SPACE IS LIMITED
Location: Lowenstein Sandler, 1251 Avenue of the Americas, 17th Floor, New York, New York 10020
*Please bring a photo ID for security purposes at the venue
A special thank you to Imri Eisner JD '05 and Lowenstein Sandler LLP for hosting us at their firm!
Directions: Located on 6th Avenue between 49th and 50th Streets. The closest subways are: B, D, F and Q. More information here
Registration Questions: Amanda Massa, Administrative Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org, 607.254.6140