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Time's Up: How to Achieve Gender Diversity in the Board Room

Event Details

Date/Time:
Thu, February 22, 2018
06:00PM - 08:00PM
Venue:
The Sofitel St James, 6 Waterloo Place, London SW1Y 4AN
Registration Period:
02/03/2018-02/22/2018
Contact:
Diane Stewart

Please join the Stanford Women's Network UK and the Women's Network of Columbia Business School for a lively panel discussion with highly regarded industry leaders on gender diversity in the boardroom. Our guest speakers will be sharing their experience on life in the boardroom as well as talking about the challenges, benefits and opportunities that exist to bring more women at the top.

Event panellists:

Susan Liautaud (Stanford BA/MA; Columbia JD) --Founder, Susan Liautaud & Associates Limited; Founder, The Ethics Incumbator.  Susan serves on numerous boards and advisory councils, including:  Care International; London School of Economics; American Hospital in Paris; French Foreign Trade Advisers (UK); Medecins Sans Frontiers; and others.  
 
Avril Martindale -- Member of the Steering Committee of the 30% Club, Partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.  Avril's numerous awards include being listed in the Timewise UK Power Part Time Top 50 and leading a team which won the FT’s Legal Innovation in Corporate Law Award.
 
Nancy McKinstry (Columbia  MBA) -- CEO and Chairman of the Board for Wolters Kluwer, number 15 on Fortune’s Global 50 Most Powerful Women in Business.  Nancy's board service also includes:  Accenture; Russell Reynolds Associates; Abbott; and she is Member of the Board of Overseers for Columbia Business School.
 
Moderator
Diane Stewart Zezza (Stanford BA) -- Co-founder/Co-President of the Stanford Women’s Network UK; Principal, DLS International Legal.   Diane is an experienced corporate attorney and board advisor to private companies and has served on several non-profit boards, including PILnet:  the Global Network for Public Interest Law, and Stanford's Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. 

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