Join the Arizona Technology Council, Palladium IT Advisors CEO Diane Smigel and Ticketmaster executives on January 14, 2020, for an insightful and interactive program based on the landmark McKinsey 2019 Women in the Workplace Study.
Mark Morawski, Senior Vice President of Engineering at Ticketmaster, will moderate the program and share highlights of Ticketmaster’s results from their participation in the McKinsey Women in the Workplace study and reactions from a panel of Ticketmaster’s female technology leaders.
Attendees will gain an intimate look into the key findings of the study and how the results have evolved over prior years. Ticketmaster will share their best practices based on actions from previous survey results and perspectives from Ticketmaster’s female technology leaders representing various management levels and tenure.
Attendees will also have an opportunity to chime in and participate via an audience participation mobile app, so mobile devices are welcomed and encouraged in this live session!
3:00 – 3:30 Registration and Networking
3:30 – 3:45 Welcome + Preview of 2020 Tech Inclusion Forum series
3:45 – 4:00 Overview and History of Ticketmaster
4:00 – 5:00 McKinsey’s 5th Annual Women in the Workplace study & Panel Discussion
5:00 – 5:30 Happy Hour and Networking
Who should attend
The Tech Inclusion IDEA Forum is intended for everyone involved in today’s tech workplace – top executives, hiring managers, HR leaders, experienced and aspiring STEM professionals. Please plan to join us at each quarterly event as the series drills down into the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Awareness (IDEA) challenges currently facing tech companies and the tech industry.
About the Tech Inclusion Forum IDEA series
Formerly the Women in the Workforce series, the Tech Inclusion Forum IDEA quarterly series focuses on highlighting the inclusion, diversity, equity and awareness (IDEA) challenges facing women and minorities in STEM fields today and showcasing the many Arizona companies that are making great progress, and the extraordinary and accomplished women in Arizona’s tech ecosystem.