WiTH Leadership Award Winners: Upgrading Your Leadership Code Panel
Combined Networking Reception
AWM SoCal enjoyed a great afternoon with women in technology thought-leaders
Our good friends at WiTH (Women in Technology Hollywood) and MESA (Media & Entertainment Services Alliance) offered AWM SoCal members and supporters FREE admission to their afternoon event from 3 - 5:00 p.m. including a panel to discuss "Upgrading Your Leadership Code," at the Skirball Cultural Center on Wednesday, February 27th. It was a great opportunity to mingle with and learn from trailblazers in technology.
Thanks again for inviting AWM SoCal!
Dr. Iris Firstenberg
A thought leader and specialist on creativity, innovation, and strategic problem solving. Her famous lectures at UCLA leave an indelible impression on her audiences. Join us as Dr. Firstenberg intrepidly guides us to boldly explore new lands, and how a whole-hearted embrace of uncertainty might drive more opportunities for our leadership success.
Moderator: Cybill Miklaszewski, Director of Technology and Co-Chair, Women in Tech, 21st Century FOX
Susan Cheng, Executive Vice President, Content Tech & Operations, Warner Bros.
Denise Evans, Executive Vice President, Operations, FilmTrack
Deborah Fiorella, Senior Vice President, Information Technology, NBC Universal Theme Parks & Resorts and Co-Founder TechWomen Los Angeles
Cindy McKenzie, Chief Information Officer, Deluxe Entertainment Services Group and Co-Founder, STEM Advantage
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PLEASE NOTE: The WiTH special offer does not include admission to Smart Hollywood Summit. Separate fee required.
About the Smart Hollywood Summit (additional fee)
The new Smart Hollywood Summit is MESA’s newest, full-day program dedicated to the next technology phase of our industry’s products, processes and productions. With new players coming to town, the Summit’s programming mix will address the many ways that Hollywood and Silicon Valley are already working together to transform how content is created, businesses are run, and the consumer is engaged.