Venue Six10 – 610 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60605
Circle Leadership Summit (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
Join us for a full day to hear from top policy experts and interact with other women from
around the country. Experience the intersection of policy and leadership.
Breakfast, Lunch and Cocktail Reception are included.
Opening – Our Role in Shaping the Digital Landscape
How Should Business and Government Work together to prevent Cyber threats?
Speakers: Cyndi Gula, Founder of Tenable Network Security and Admiral Mike Rogers, Former Director of the National Security Agency & Central Security Service Chief will discuss the role of the NSA, and its partnerships with the private sector to protect vital infrastructure and data, in a world where respect for intellectual property and privacy varies greatly.
The Future of Healthcare
Speaker: Seema Verma, Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. CMS provides healthcare programs to over 100 millions patients. A discussion on how research, technology, patient information portability, and patient privacy impact innovation, care and care delivery.
Transforming Culture to Embrace Connectedness
Speaker: JoAnna Garcia Sohovich, CEO of Chamberlain Group, recipient of the Enterprise CxO of the year awarded at the Internet of Things Conference 2019.
Engaged Circles and Leaders
Featuring policy circles and community leaders that have seeded circles, started organizations, contacted law makers and became engaged. The Smart Women Smart Money Financial Literacy program will be highlighted as an opportunity to impact lives across the country.
Inspiring Lunch – Starting a Movement Begins with a Promise
Speakers: A conversation with Nancy Brinker, Founder of Susan G. Komen Foundation, former Ambassador to Hungary, and Founder of new organization the Promise Fund, and Dr. Hadiya-Nicole Green founder of the Ora Lee Smith Cancer Research Foundation. Two women who started a movement based on a promise.
Interactive Break-Outs – From Conversation to Action:
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