We are thrilled to announce that Assenty founder Chi-chi Ekweozor (@thisischichi) is speaking at the WIN Manchester 2020 conference. Taking place on 18 June, WIN Manchester is an online half day conference on leadership, diversity and inclusion and sustainability.
An incredibly supportive network of change makers and go getters, it is the ideal place to explore what it means to be a courageous leader in times of rapid change.
Chi-chi will be speaking on Innovations and Opportunities for Women & Girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) along with:
- Claire-Marie Boggiano, Director & Coach, Lurig Change & Development (facilitator)
- Lisa Kelly, Head of BTC UK & Ireland, BASF
- Emma Antrobus, Institute of Civil Engineers
Rt. Hon Baroness Beverley Hughes, Deputy Mayor of Greater Manchester, Dr. Kerry Firth, Opera Singer, Nazir Afzal OBE, International Adviser on Rule of Law & Former Chief Prosecutor, Julie Froud, Professor of Financial Innovation, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, Katie Murray, Chief Financial Officer, RBS, Kristin Engvig, CEO & Founder, WIN & WINConference and many more!
Register to attend, there are a few tickets left! Early bird registration ends at 3pm today.
The Female Tech Founder network founded and organised by Chi-chi is supporting the conference as a member of the WIN Manchester Partner Network.
Female Tech Founder attendees past and present can enjoy a generous discount on tickets – to take advantage of the reduced rate, select the Member of Partner Network option when registering.
There are also a number of scholarships available for those who may wish to attend but are financially constrained from doing so. Please contact us by emailing email@example.com if you would like a scholarship.
WIN Manchester 2020 Quick Polls
To support the event, Assenty is also running a few pre-event polls on the subject of encouraging more women and girls to enter the STEM industries.
Please take a few minutes to vote our quick polls, no registration required.
I would consider applying for jobs in the STEM industries post Covid-19 if I received support like a mentor/buddy during the process. Vote
I am a returner considering applying for roles in the STEM industries post Covid-19. I need the most support with: (choose one) Vote
Where should job opportunities be posted for roles in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) industries? Vote
Where do you look to apply for jobs in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) industries? Vote
I’m thinking of returning to work earlier due to Covid 19. I’ve never worked in the STEM industries. I find it intimidating to apply. Vote
I’m more keen to enter the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) industries now that Covid-19 has happened. Vote
Will the new Covid-19 situation put you off from studying a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subject? Vote
Don’t forget to register.