A Student-Run Conference at Harvard Kennedy School

 

 

 

 

APRIL 28, 2018

 

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Our Story

The Women in Power Conference will provide an outlet for students and professionals to explore, discuss, and debate important issues relating to the advancement of women in leadership by facilitating a thoughtful dialogue between the Harvard Kennedy School community and top thought leaders and practitioners.

The topic of creating a pipeline for women to secure well-earned leadership positions has never been more relevant. Our conference theme, “Women in Power: Define. Own. Lead.”, will focus on uniting diverse perspectives and experiences relating to women in leadership positions. The conference will emphasize the need for an inclusive and productive dialogue, opening the conversation to women with diverse personal and professional experiences as well as allies that advocate for women in leadership. This constant discussion resonates not only in our classrooms, but also in local, national, and global politics and lives at the heart of policy issues in the workplace.

 

When & Where

When:

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Where:

Harvard Kennedy School
79 John F. Kennedy St, Cambridge, MA 02138

 
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Our event

Come prepared to explore, debate and learn about leadership and gender dynamics, workplace equality, women in national security, the future of feminism, and much more!

Network over breakfast, lunch and an evening reception.

See the full agenda here!

Keynotes Include: 

  • Amber Tamblyn

  • Senator Maggie Hassan, moderated by Nancy Gibbs

  • Brittany Packnett, moderated by Lauran N. Williams

We will also be offering a series of intimate workshops including topics such as:

  • Salary Negotiation, brought to you by WorkSmart
  • Organizational Design
  • Ready to Run?
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Buy tickets now.

April 28, 2018

 
 
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