See Innovation Women speakers at these events

These events have booked Innovation Women members. Want to see some of our speakers in action? Check out the list below for events near you.

ENGAGE 2023 Microsoft Technology Conference



Amanda A. Russo

ENGAGE 2023 is a free virtual event featuring over 70 educational and promotional sessions, encompassing a wide range of Microsoft technologies. Over the course of two knowledge- packed days, ENGAGE 2023 offers a comprehensive platform for individuals and organizations alike to enhance their understanding and proficiency in the Microsoft ecosystem.

Rest, Don’t Rush, Into the Holidays With Dr. Sandra

Loop 80 Maple Avenue, Montclair, NJ, United States


Dr. Sandra Y. Lewis

This workshop is an opportunity to create a new path through the holiday rush. While it can be a stressful time, we can gather our inner resources and create a different experience. Join Dr. Sandra in this interactive workshop to learn simple strategies to reset and shift more easily. Including […]

Boston College Center for Work & Family Distinguished Speaker Series



Maggie M. Jackson

The Center for Work and Family regularly hosts virtual and in-person events including panel discussions, forums for our Roundtable Members, and our Distinguished Speaker Series featuring leading scholars discussing cutting-edge research and engaging conversations with our corporate partners.

Women in Hardware X Lightship

Lightship 1231 Connecticut St, San Francisco, CA, United States


Join Women in Hardware with a happy hour and HQ facility tour at Lightship! Lightship is an all-electric RV manufacturer, designer, and a producer of an aerodynamic, battery-powered trailer for the electric age. Their mission is to connect people to nature and one another and help preserve the great outdoors […]

Educating Children of Color Summit

Colorado College 14 E Cache La Poudre St, Colorado Springs, CO, United States


Sybil Stewart

The Educating Children of Color Summit is a dynamic event that brings together educators, juvenile justice professionals, child welfare professionals, high school students, and parents. This summit offers a unique opportunity for participants to enhance their skills and knowledge, ultimately benefiting the students they serve.