Design your Future!

Groundbreaking Leadership Development for Women in Tech

November 2-4, 2016 in Atlanta Georgia

Dear Colleague,

It's my pleasure to send you a personal invitation to our inaugural Global Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Leadership Summit this Fall. This is the first of its kind 2-day summit ever held in the region that is dedicated to giving women in STEM access to powerful tools, strategies and networks to advance their careers and realize their full potential. If you are a male receiving this invitation, please forward it to all the STEM women in your network.


When and where: November 2-4, 2016 at Loews Hotel in midtown Atlanta GA, USA.


Early registration deadline: September 1 (to get the summit and hotel discounted rates)


Who: 400 entrepreneur, academic, and business women in technological and scientific fields from around the globe.


Program: 37 plenary and break out speeches, panels, fireside chats, round table discussions, and mentoring and networking sessions with dozens of diverse topics for all career paths and stages including: Leadership development, the power of personal branding, building teams, staying current, managing change, keys to success for entrepreneurs, taking advantage of opportunities, making your mark, reaching out to the younger generation, achieving work life balance, cultivating power and influence, overcoming fear and being bold, keeping up with globalization, telling your story, getting over the imposter syndrome, shattering the glass ceiling, and innovation.

Speakers: Over 60 Influential movers and shakers and thought leaders from academia, industry, nonprofit, and entrepreneurship spheres, who are predominantly women.

Hosting Partners: IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE), in partnership with the UGA College of Engineering and a number of corporate, economic development, nonprofit, and higher education partners.

Contact me with any questions at thamrita@uga.edu, or at 706 542-1973.


Takoi K. Hamrita, Ph.D.

Summit Chair

WIE Region 3 Coordinator

Professor and Inaugural Chair of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering

College of Engineering, The University of Georgia

For More Information Visit www.wielead.org