Leqture IWD 2024 event

When: March 8, 2024

Where: Virtual, United States

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On International Women's Day 2024 (March 8), we host an all-day live, online, and interactive event, featuring 12 inspiring keynote speakers for your global employees.

Our speakers are addressing a broad range of topics: gender equity, allyship, inclusion, microagressions, female leadership, and many more.

With sessions from 07:00 am to 7:00 pm CET, we're making it a truly inclusive event across time zones.

07:00 Driving Succes with Kindness by Stefanie Stanislawski
08:00 Dealing with Microaggressions by Jaz Marfo
09:00 The Gender Gap by Antonia Forster
10:00 Allyship by Taz Latif
11:00 Feminist Leadership by Aurélie Salvaire
12:00 Reframing Bias by Karim Benammar
13:00 Lead like a Girl by Dalia Feldheim
14:00 Equity versus Equality by Cammy Watkins
15:00 Trust and Psychological Safety by Elaine Broe
16:00 Reclaiming our Voices by Christina Glickman
17:00 Inclusive Leadership by Tutti Taygerly
18:00 Female Leadership by Kerstin Plehwe

Dalia Feldheim Ex-CMO, TEDx and keynote speaker and author of the book "Lead Like a Girl" knows that the foundation for a healthy workplace is compassionate leadership that prioritizes people and allows everybody to show up as their whole selves on the job. For leaders, this means constantly making progress toward embodying the traits Feldheim refers to as the “5Ps of Leading Like A Girl”—and giving their teams the support they need to do the same.

Christina Glickman infuses her wisdom as a mother of four, uber successful business woman and jaw dropping fashion visionary into conversations around edgy motherhood, fashion, entrepreneurship, and aging. Plus a little bit of everything in between. She'll show you how a pair of scissors, some paper towels and a white t-shirt can change your life. She is a TEDx speaker, best-selling author and founder of the Xtra Love Army.

Tutti Taygerly is an executive leadership coach and professional speaker. Previously she was a design leader at design firms, startups, and large companies including Disney and Facebook. She supports CEOs and tech leaders to embrace their unique leadership style to achieve professional impact. Tutti grew up in seven countries on three continents and is settled in San Francisco.

Antonia Forster is a keynote speaker and self-taught programmer, working in the field of AR, VR, and haptics. She travels worldwide, speaking on inclusion and diversity in the workforce. She is a passionate advocate for Women in STEM, a TEDx speaker and mentor. She is a frequent speaker at a.o. London Science Museum, the Royal Society, Kew Gardens, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Grant Museum of Zoology, BBC Radio and more.

Taz Latif spent over 4 years as a teacher before making the move to hire global teams in the Startup space. Frustrated with the lack of diversity and inclusion, she began educating founders and leaders on the importance of this topic. She’s now a full-time Diversity, Inclusion & Wellbeing Consultant and public speaker. She has collaborated with the likes of GoogleForStartups, Facebook, Financial Times, Expedia, and Bloomberg.

Kerstin Plehwe is an award-winning entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, bestselling author, and a passionate advocate of women's empowerment. She has been advising organisations for more than 20 years. As a consultant, she is considered a powerful driving force and pragmatic visionary.

Stefanie Stanislawski is an Entrepreneur and Product Manager for tech startups. She is an advocate for three causes: Millennials, Women in the Workplace, and the Future of Work. With over 10 years of experience in B2B SaaS HRTech and AI technology industries, Stefanie has owned the full spectrum of the product lifecycle in amazing companies.

Karim Benammar is a philosopher specialising in transformative thinking, and gives lectures and workshops to companies and organisations worldwide. He studied philosophy in England, America and Japan, taught at the University of Kobe and was a lecturer at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam.

Cammy Watkins is an Executive Director at Inclusive Communities. In this role, she utilizes her passions for promoting social justice, community building, and organizational development to facilitate dialogues within the business community around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Difficult conversations are the backbone of Equity and Inclusion work.

Elaine Broe has worked in organizations for the better part of her career, leading teams, navigating politics and getting the work done. She spent 11 years of her career at the Banff Centre, eventually leading program design in the leadership development division. With a Master’s degree in Leadership, she is an endless resource of tools and approaches that support the changes you want to make in your organisation.

Aurélie Salvaire is a French author and social entrepreneur passionate about gender and narratives. She has been working for the past 10 years in the social innovation field. She loves to leverage media and storytelling to generate empathy, challenge stereotypes, and foster behaviour change.

Jaz Marfo is a certified coach, community manager, and D,E&I expert. A lifelong entrepreneur, Jaz prides herself on her values of curiosity and connection empowering people through powerful coaching, insightful workshops, and transformational speaking for international audiences in both universities and corporate teams.
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