The Kennedy School of Government will participate via satellite in the global “Women.Future Conference” to be held on Wednesday, April 5, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The conference will feature women business leaders from Silicon Valley to Silicon Alley who will initiate a conversation among business and professional women committed to creating positive global change by transforming the world of work. Topics range from consumer goods, health care and leadership, to finances, e-commerce and work-life issues.
The main discussion panels of distinguished leaders will be broadcast via satellite from New York City to 300 locations around the world. Participants at Harvard will be able to share their questions with the speakers in New York, and segments of their discussions will be transmitted to other sites throughout the day.
Among the more than 35 featured speakers and panelists will be Kate Spade, designer; Margaret C. Whitman, president and CEO, eBay; Marjorie C. Wilson, president, Ms. Foundation for Women; Goldie Hawn, actor, producer, and CEO of Cherry Alley Productions; and Pat Mitchell, president and CEO, PBS.
A limited number of student tickets are available for $15; regular tickets are $199 per person. The registration deadline is March 24. For registration information, contact Jamie Greenberg at Women.Future@Harvard, (617) 496-1478, or email email@example.com.