About the Conference

The 10th Annual Women's Business Leadership Conference - "Changing the Game" - is organized by the Columbia Women's Business Society (CWBS), one of the largest pre-professional groups at Columbia University. The conference aims to connect undergraduate students to successful women in a variety of business fields, and to inspire them to achieve their own professional goals in the future.

In each of the past nine years, approximately three hundred female undergraduate student leaders at Columbia have attended the conference each year. Through two keynote addresses, career panels, and networking opportunities, conference attendees have the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from some of the most inspiring businesswomen in the corporate world.

Keynote Speakers

Aria Finger

Chief Operating Officer, DoSomething.org

As Chief Operating Officer, Aria Finger oversees the business development, finance and campaigns departments at DoSomething.org, the national not-for-profit that empowers millions of young people to take action around causes they are passionate about. With her cause-related marketing experience, Finger has managed initiatives with Johnson & Johnson, Aéropostale, Sprint and other youth brands. She has spoken at numerous conferences including Sustainable Brands, the Cause Marketing Forum and on youth unemployment at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. During her tenure at DoSomething.org, Aria launched their Teens for Jeans campaign which now clothes half of all homeless children in America each year.

Finger is also the Founder and President of TMI, a subsidiary agency of DoSomething.org that advises brands and organizations on young people, technology & social change.

Aria earned a BA in economics and political science from Washington University in St. Louis, and completed the Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She reads economic theory for fun, loves vanilla cupcakes, and thinks that The New Jim Crow should be required reading for anyone interested in social justice. She hopes to use her energy and enthusiasm to reach even more young people who want to change the world.

Aria currently serves on the board of the NYC-based not-for-profit Care for the Homeless, is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper and is an adjunct professor at New York University. She was named to the 2012 Crain’s New York Business list of “40 Under Forty” and featured on the cover.

Ilene Gordon

Chief Executive Officer, Ingredion

Ilene Gordon joined Ingredion Incorporated (NYSE: INGR) in May 2009 as chairman, president and chief executive officer. A FORTUNE 500 company, Ingredion reached $6.5 billion revenue in 2012 and has more than 11,000 employees. The Company produces nature-based ingredient solutions for food, beverage, brewing and industrial customers around the world.

Ms. Gordon joined Ingredion from Rio Tinto Alcan where as president and CEO she led a $6.5 billion global packaging business based in Paris, France. Over her 10 year tenure with Alcan and Pechiney, which was acquired by Alcan in 2003, she held various leadership positions, starting as senior vice president of Pechiney Plastic Packaging.

Previously Ms. Gordon spent 17 years in executive roles of increasing responsibility at the Packaging Corporation of America, a division of Tenneco Inc. Before joining Tenneco Inc., Ms. Gordon spent two years at Signode, a leading global packaging company specialized in materials handling, which today is a part of Illinois Tool Works. From 1976-1980, Ms. Gordon worked at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), an international management consulting firm, as a strategy consultant, based in the Boston, London and Chicago offices.

Ms. Gordon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics, Phi Beta Kappa, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Mass., and a Master of Science degree in management from MIT's Sloan School of Management.

In addition to Ingredion, Ms. Gordon serves on the board of directors of International Paper. She is also a director of Northwestern Memorial HealthCare and World Business Chicago (a nonprofit economic development organization), a member of the board of trustees of The Conference Board and a member of the Business Council.

In the past, Ms. Gordon has served on the boards of five public companies, and she was the first female director of each: Arthur J. Gallagher & Company, United Stationers Inc., Outboard Marine Corporation, Sundstrand Corporation and Zenith Electronics. She received the National Association of Directors 2013 Director of the Year award, and she is listed among FORTUNE’s Most Powerful Women in Business.

Ms. Gordon lives in Chicago and is an active member of the community. She is a member of the board of the Economic Club of Chicago, The Executives’ Club of Chicago and The Chicago Council on Global Affairs. She is also a member of The Commercial Club of Chicago, the Chicago Network and the Committee of 200.


Erica Bell

Co-Founder, Hukkster

While attending Barnard College, Erica explored her love for fashion as an intern at VOGUE and W Magazine. Upon graduation, Erica moved to San Francisco to train with Gap Inc. in apparel production, planning and merchandising. In 2007, Erica returned to New York City to work at J.Crew as an apparel merchandiser. In 2011, she transitioned to management consulting at A.T. Kearney. Having a granular perspective of the retail industry inefficiencies from the trenches, she saw consulting as an opportunity to implement high-level strategic changes in the retail sector. Erica and her co-founder and former colleague, Katie Finnegan, uncovered an opportunity to improve the way online retailers interact with consumers and transform the way people shop online so in 2012 they launched Hukkster. Hukkster is a free shopping tool that allows shoppers to track the products they want and get notified when they go on sale.

Ishita Gupta

Founder, Fear.less Magazine and Ishita Gupta Media

Ishita Gupta is founder of Fear.less Magazine and Ishita Gupta Media. Called “Fast Company meets Oprah” by its 15,000+ readers, Fear.less is the leading digital magazine featuring best-known names in business on how to live without fear. Ishita worked with America’s #1 Marketer, Seth Godin and currently runs her own business to help entrepreneurs thrive, build confidence and make more sales. Featured in the Bestselling Business book Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?, Ishita speaks at conferences around the U.S. on entrepreneurship, including World Domination Summit, TEDx, Business Growth Summit, Columbia University and more. She has written for Huffington Post, American Express Open, and Forbes.

Yunha Kim

CEO and Co-Founder, Locket

Yunha Kim is CEO & Co-founder of Locket, a category-creating mobile advertising company that is redefining mobile advertising through "First Glance Advertising." Locket is an Android app that delivers beautiful, print-quality advertising on smartphone lock screens, and rewards users for simply using their phone.

Before starting Locket, Yunha worked at Jefferies as an investment banking analyst in the healthcare group, and while in college, interned at McKinsey & Company and the United Nations. Yunha graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 2011.

Kelly Peeler

CEO and Founder, NextGenVest

Kelly is the Founder & CEO of NextGenVest, a mobile platform that is making it easier for students to manage their money and prepare for their future careers. NextGenVest is currently in 15 schools around the world with an anticipated 50 by the fall of 2014. In 2013, she was awarded the Kauffman Foundation Global Scholars Fellowship along with 12 other start-up founders around the world. Previously, she worked within J.P.Morgan's Investment Bank and Private Bank. Kelly graduated from Harvard in 2010, studying financial crises. During her time there, she started Business Across Borders, a non-profit that aims to spur economic growth in Iraq by hosting business plan competitions at Iraqi Universities. She has recently been selected to advise The American University of Iraq on creating an Entrepreneurship Center. She also started the now five year old International Women in Business Summit for Presidents of female business organizations around the world.

Lili Jiang

Growth, Venmo

Lili manages product marketing and partnerships on the growth team at Venmo. Venmo is a mobile app that helps you make and share social payments with friends for rent, dinner, drinks, movies, laughs, and anything else. Prior to Venmo, Lili worked as an analyst in J.P.Morgan’s investment banking division, covering real estate, gaming, and lodging clients.

Lili graduated cum laude from Columbia University (SEAS) in 2011 with a BS in Operations Research. While at Columbia, Lili served as Vice President of Columbia Women’s Business Society and project lead for Engineers Without Borders-Ghana.


Alliah Agostini Livingstone

Brand Manager, eos

Alliah Agostini Livingstone is a Brand Manager for the Effie-Award winning eos Products marketing team. She manages the brand’s domestic and international PR outreach, media planning, and data analysis, among other brand-building marketing activities. Prior to joining eos, she was as an Assistant Brand Manager at Procter & Gamble for Tampax, where she led current business activities and marketing activation for its $28MM sub-brand, Compak Pearl. In her pre-MBA life, Alliah was in the publishing industry, where she was a Senior Category Development Analyst for Time/Warner Retail Sales and Marketing.

Alliah is a 2009 graduate of Harvard Business School and a 2004 graduate of Harvard College with an A.B. In Economics, cum laude. She is an active member and mentor with the Step Up Women's Network of New York.

Nicole Shirley

Marketing Assistant, L'Oreal

Nicole Shirley is currently in the Marketing Management Development Program at L'Oreal, where she's completed global and operational marketing assignments on Maybelline New York, essie and Softsheen Carson, managing color cosmetics as well as hair care and hair color categories. Specifically, she managed new product launches on essie and Softsheen Carson from inception through execution and facilitated go-to-market strategies for Maybelline. Prior to joining the program, she interned at L'Oreal the summer of her junior year on the professional Matrix brand. During college, she also completed a Business Development internship with Showtime Networks, a Buying internship with The Donna Karan Company and worked as a Research Assistant in her school’s Communication Department. She is a Boston College graduate with a double major in English and Communications.

Raisa Lopez-Rhoden

Marketing Associate, Estée Lauder Companies

Raisa Lopez-Rhoden is currently a Marketing Associate at the Estee Lauder Companies on the Global Makeup & Fragrance team for the Clinique business, focusing on new launch activity across Global markets including APAC, EMEA, Latin America and North America. She is based in New York City where she was born and raised. Prior to joining Estee Lauder, Raisa worked in Brand Management at Kraft Foods Group in Chicago IL., where she managed various Marketing initiatives on the Kraft Grated Parmesan & Velveeta brands.

During her summers in college, Raisa held internships at various companies such as M.A.C. Cosmetics, Chanel USA and Saatchi & Saatchi which helped her discover her passion for thinking strategically about brands early on.

Raisa graduated from Wellesley College receiving her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Sociology, in 2012. While at Wellesley, Raisa was President of the Wellesley Women in Business Association.

Elise Lelon

CEO and Founder, The You Business

Founder and CEO of The You BusinessTM, Elise Lelon advises C-suite executives, entrepreneurs, and professionals during times of transition in their careers and companies. Her clients include Morgan Stanley, Cisco, ISE, Intuit and Sotheby’s. Elise is also the Founder and CEO of The Association of Women Entrepreneurs & Executives (AWE), a highly selective national women’s leadership organization with members who are committed to inspiring success in their business, in their lives, and in one another.

Previously, Elise served as Managing Director at Bernstein Investment Research and Management in New York City. She also worked in a variety of capacities at General Electric and NBC. Before entering the business world, she managed a department for patients suffering from severe psychopathology at Massachusetts General and McLean Hospitals.

Elise earned her B.A. in Psychology from Brown University, her Ed.M. in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard, and her MBA from Harvard Business School.

Jenny Zhang

Digital Marketing Manager, The Estée Lauder Companies

Jenny Zhang joined The Estée Lauder Companies in 2013 as Manager of Digital ConsumerMarketing for Travel Retail Worldwide. She is responsible for digital strategy development and marketing execution for all Estée Lauder brands, including Estée Lauder, Clinique, La Mer, etc.

Prior to joining Estée Lauder Companies, Ms. Zhang worked in both the client and agency worlds. She began her career on Madison Avenue, where she worked in account management at Young & Rubicam’s BrandBuzz, a boutique creative shop. There, she launched a number of multi-channel national and global campaigns for a variety of clients, including Sharpie, Expo, Uni-Ball, and Twining’s Tea. She then joined American Express, where she was responsible for driving Cardmember engagement and loyalty for the Membership Rewards program.

Ms. Zhang has an M.B.A. in marketing from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a B.A in economics and psychology from Barnard College, Columbia University.

Social Enterprise

Lauren Berger

Program Associate, Brighter Green

Lauren Berger is a Program Associate at Brighter Green, an environmental public policy “action” tank, where she implements programmatic and project goals, including policy research, writing, and outreach. She also manages Brighter Green’s education and leadership initiative for Maasai girls in East Africa. Lauren also works part-time as the Program and Operations Coordinator for the U.S. Office of the Green Belt Movement, a Kenyan based NGO that uses the environment to empower women and communities.

Before joining Brighter Green, Lauren spent two summers as a teaching artist and educator at Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project in India and taught at the International Rescue Committee’s Refugee Youth Summer Academy. Up until very recently, Lauren had been an actor, but decided to pursue a career in international development after teaching to underprivileged youth. Lauren graduated with distinction from Barnard College, majoring in English, in 2011.

Maya Rowencak

Founder and President, Maya's Hope

Maya Rowencak began her mission to send aid to orphanages in January 2009. She started helping children in the Philippines and later expanded to Ukraine. By November 2010, she officially founded Maya’s Hope.

Maya holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance and French Literary Studies from Rutgers University. She speaks fluent French and Italian, is a muay thai enthusiast, and loves reading books on philosophy.

One of her favorite writers is Alain de Botton. Her favorite fighters are Wladimir Klitschko and Manny Pacquiao. She believes in fighting for those who do not have anyone to stand up for them and believes in the power of a mother’s love.

Manmeet Kaur

Founder and Executive Director, City Health Works

Manmeet Kaur is the Founder and Executive Director of City Health Works, a non-profit social enterprise based in Harlem, NY. Manmeet has been a champion for healthier communities and equitable livelihoods for the past 10 years. She has worked in New York City to improve the working conditions of “unregulated” workers, in India to stabilize the chaotic lives of construction day laborers at a social enterprise called LabourNet, and in South Africa to help HIV+ individuals build their own health food business with Mamelani Projects. In launching City Health Works, Manmeet saw the potential for reverse innovation from lower cost community health systems across the world applied to domestic health.

Manmeet incubated City Health Works while completing an MBA at Columbia with the goal of creating an organization that harnesses the power of community members to create jobs and improve health in New York City. Manmeet holds a B.A. in History/Anthropology from Barnard College, where she was selected as a Third Millennium Human Rights fellow. Manmeet was born and raised in New York City and lives in Harlem with her husband and son.

Alina Kogan

Investment Officer, Venture Lab

Alina Kogan is an investment officer, leading Venture Lab’s work in Latin America. Alina began her career as a social entrepreneur, founding a school in Afghanistan and leading grassroots development projects in Mexico and Brazil. As a strategy consultant at Dalberg, she helped the IFC launch SME Ventures funds in frontier markets and advised the IDB on facilitating investments in renewable energy in Central America. Her recent experience includes managing finance for a clean tech start-up in emerging markets, venture investing at Pershing Square Foundation and Fanisi VC Fund in East Africa, and Latin American investment banking at Citigroup. Alina is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and Russian.

Alina holds a bachelor’s degree in public policy and international affairs from Princeton University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Nell Derick Debevoise

CEO and Founder, Inspiring Capital

Nell Derick Debevoise is the founder and CEO of Inspiring Capital, which uses all forms of capital – human, social, intellectual, and financial – to help socially minded ventures become self-funding. She is passionate about using insights from business and entrepreneurship to make high-potential social ventures sustainable. Nell is also involved with cutting edge research and practice in the field of entrepreneurship, supporting John Mullins, Associate Professor at London Business School, with his research and writing about customer-funded business models. Before establishing Inspiring Capital, Nell was the founding director of Tomorrow's Youth Organization, a nonprofit that supports children’s and women’s development in the Middle East. She has studied psychology, education, and entrepreneurship at Harvard, Columbia and London Business Schools, and Cambridge, as well as informal classrooms in 44 countries. Nell talks a lot in many languages, and has spoken alongside President Bill Clinton, former First Lady Cherie Blair, and Sir Ronald Cohen.

Finance (IBD)

Emily Zhou

Senior Analyst, Evercore

Emily Zhou is a senior analyst in Evercore’s corporate advisory business. Prior to joining Evercore, Ms. Zhou was a summer analyst in the Real Estate Group at GE Capital. Ms. Zhou’s recent transactions include advising Dealertrack Technologies on its acquisition of Dealer.com, ProQuest on its sale of a minority equity interest to Goldman Sachs, R. L. Polk on its sale to IHS, The McGraw-Hill Companies on the sale of its Education business to Apollo, Reed Elsevier on its sale of Variety to Penske Media Corporation, Bristol-Myers Squibb on its acquisition of Amylin Pharmaceuticals and subsequent sale of half of its interest in Amylin to AstraZeneca, and AOL on its sale of patents to Microsoft.

Ms. Zhou graduated with distinction from the Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western Ontario with an B.A. in Honors Business Administration.

Joo-Hee Chung

Associate, Goldman Sachs

Joo-Hee Chung is an associate in the Industrials group of the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs. Since she joined the group in 2012 (after being a Summer Associate in 2011), she has worked on M&A and financing transactions for clients in a variety of sectors such as aerospace and defense, building & construction, business services, paper and packaging, and infrastructure. Previously, she was an analyst at Stone Tower Capital (now part of Apollo Global Management), a hedge fund focused on a broad array of debt investment opportunities such as senior loans, high yield bonds, mezzanine debt, and debtor-in-possession financings.

Joo-Hee has a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. in Anthropology from Harvard College.

Melissa Bermudez

Analyst, J.P. Morgan

Melissa Bermudez is an analyst in the Equity Capital Markets group at J.P. Morgan. She is responsible for the execution of equity offerings for Natural Resources clients including companies in the Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities, Chemicals, and Alternative Energy sectors. Melissa graduated from Columbia in 2012 with a B.A. in Applied Mathematics. Melissa also enjoys running, skiing, and doing yoga in her free time.

Tara Kurian

Associate, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Tara Kurian is an Associate in the Global Consumer & Retail group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She has an M.B.A from Columbia University and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Jamnah Morton

Analyst, Credit Suisse

Jamnah Morton is an analyst in the Retail & Consumer Products group at Credit Suisse. She has worked on M&A, equity and debt financing transactions for clients across various retail and consumer products sectors, including packaged food, beverage, food retail and personal care. Jamnah graduated from Columbia University in 2013 with a B.A. in East Asian Languages & Cultures.

Finance (Other)

Haley Hamilton

ITO Reporting and Project Management, BNP Paribas

Haley Hamilton graduated from Wellesley College with a Bachelors of Arts in Economics. She joined BNP Paribas as an Analyst on the Fixed Income Credit Sales desk. In January 2010, she joined the newly formed Client On-boarding team and went on to manage the Institutional Client On-boarding pod performing due diligence on potential counterparties. In the spring of 2012, she accepted a project management role focused on local and global budget reporting.

Regina Kirch

Associate, BlackRock

Regina Kirch, Associate, is a member of the US & Canada Defined Contribution Group within BlackRock's Global Retail and iShares businesses. Regina is responsible for coverage of platform sales and service teams as part of the Platform Distribution Team. The team is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with platforms including adding funds to select platform lists and partnering with platforms when working with institutional investment committees to encourage the selection of BlackRock funds on 401(k) menu options. This role also entails serving as a thought leader on industry trends and being a consultative partner to clients.

Regina earned a BA in English and History from Columbia University in 2011.

Marie Johnson

Sales and Trading Analyst, Goldman Sachs

Marie Johnson is an analyst on the Agency Mortgage sales desk within the Securities Division at Goldman Sachs. While at Barnard, she majored in Economics and served as Captain of the Columbia Sailing team and one of the Vice Presidents of Columbia Women’s Business Society. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, sailing, and skiing.

Rebecca Newman

Corporate Finance, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

Rebecca Newman is an analyst in the Corporate and Investment Bank’s Finance and Business Management organization; currently supporting the Global Commodities Sales team. She is responsible for reporting sales revenue, analyzing the global business’ performance, and ensuring all regulatory requirements are met. Prior to this role, she was in a Planning and Analysis team within the firm’s Corporate Sector. She is very involved in campus recruiting and JPMorgan’s Women’s Interactive Network."

Rebecca graduated with a degree in Economics from Barnard College in 2012 where she served as President of Columbia Women’s Business Society and an officer on the Columbia Sailing Team.

Chanel Soto

International Fixed Income, TD Securities

Based in New York on TD Securities’ International Fixed Income team, Chanel Soto is responsible for tailoring high-grade non-dollar investments to her client’s specific portfolio needs. She provides clients with access to controlled currencies and makes markets in G10 and EM supranational, sovereigns, and agencies. Prior to joining the International Fixed Income team, Chanel worked on the Spread Trading desk assisting in the trading and underwriting of GSE debt.

Chanel is a 2012 graduate of Columbia University with a B.A. in philosophy. During college, Chanel interned at Goldman Sachs in the Sales and Trading division where she researched, developed, and presented investment strategies for undervalued stocks. She also interned at NBC Sports, the American Film Company, and collaborated with Mothers Against Drunk Driving to produce a commercial.

Currently, Chanel mentors young women through the Columbia College Women mentorship program as well as TD Securities’ Women in Leadership program. She was born and raised in Hawaii. In her spare time Chanel enjoys surfing, skiing, and international travel.


Erika Gorman

Human Capital Analyst, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Erika Gorman is a Human Capital Analyst at Deloitte Consulting LLP. Prior to joining Deloitte, she worked as a communications consultant at Mercer focusing on post-merger communications. At Deloitte, Erika specializes in change management and has worked with clients in the media, power and utilities, and financial services industries. Erika has a passion for organizational change, particularly relating to mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures. She has pursued this interest so far in her experiences at Deloitte and Mercer and is looking forward to continuing this line of work. Erika participates in education-focused volunteer organizations, including serving as a member of BELL’s Young Professionals Council of New York. Erika grew up outside of Boston, MA before attending Washington University in St. Louis, where she graduated in 2010 with a degree in Organizational Behavior.

Katherine Marshall

Associate, Boston Consulting Group

Katy is an Associate in the New York office of the Boston Consulting Group. She has worked on projects in the Consumer, Financial Services, and Social Impact practice areas across a variety of topics, from marketing to operations. Prior to joining BCG full-time, Katy was a Summer Associate. She also held internships at Interpol and Columbia Business School's Center on Japanese Economy and Business.

Katy graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia College with a B.A. in East Asian Studies and a special concentration in Business Management. She wrote her senior thesis on the development of Japan's fashion industry and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Columbia East Asia Review. A true Columbian, Katy is addicted to New York City and enjoys exploring the many restaurants and museums the city has to offer. She also is an avid runner, skier, and traveler.

Tala Akhavan

Consultant, Oliver Wyman

Tala Akhavan is a Consultant in the New York office of Oliver Wyman, a leading global management consulting firm well renowned for its work in the financial services space. The majority of her work is in the firm’s Financial Services practice group, more specifically dealing with projects in the Retail & Business Banking domain. She is currently on a six-month project with a leading multinational charge/credit card corporation, based in downtown Manhattan. At Oliver Wyman, she plans to focus her work on the evolving payments industry, including sub-sectors such as mobile payments and virtual currencies, with major companies in the United States and Europe. Tala grew up in Los Angeles, CA before attending Columbia University, where she graduated in 2013 with a B.A. in Sustainable Development and Mathematics. She is now based in Manhattan.

Jessica Schwartz

Consultant, Rosetta

Jessica is a consultant in the New York office of Rosetta, a consulting-centered marketing agency that is part of the Publicis family. Her specialty is in Technology and Telecommunications, having worked with a large mobile phone manufacturer to better understand industry dynamics, consumer opportunities, targeting, messaging and product strategies. Jessica also has experience in Retail and Healthcare.

Jessica graduated magna cum laude from Columbia College with a B.A. in History. On weekends, Jessica likes to visit the MOMA, try out new restaurants downtown, or train for an upcoming half marathon. Jessica is fluent in 4 languages and has lived in 5 countries.

Katie Gordon Motwani

Senior Associate, McKinsey and Company

Katie Gordon Motwani is a senior associate at McKinsey and Company in New York, where she works with Tech, Media and Telecom clients. Previously Katie was a private equity investor at 3i Group, making growth equity investments in mid-market companies in the Business Services and TMT sectors. She then joined Endeavor, a non-profit that supports emerging markets entrepreneurs as a co-founder of the Mentor Capital program to help emerging markets entrepreneurs in Latin America and the Middle East raise capital. She began her career at the White House and then as a business analyst at McKinsey and Company. Katie has an MBA from Columbia Business School (class of 2012), where she spent her summer working for a long-short equity hedge fund. She also has a Masters in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.


10:00am - 10:45am

Registration & Breakfast

10:45am - 11:45am

Morning Keynote

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Entrepreneurship, Marketing
and Social Enterprise Panels

1:00pm - 1:15pm

Panel Networking

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Lunch Keynote

2:45pm - 3:45pm

Consulting and Finance Panels

3:45pm - 4:00pm

Panel Networking

4:00pm - 5:30pm

Afternoon Networking Session,
Raffle & Dessert Social


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Raffle & Gift Bag




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