PRLog - March 4, 2014 - ATLANTA -- Technology is a powerful tool for change and is expected to have exponential social, economic and environmental impacts across the globe. Women traditionally have not been key drivers or stakeholders in technology ventures and development, but this is rapidly changing. The conference is designed to promote greater awareness and support the creation and adoption of emerging opportunities for women and girls.
Speakers and Presenters for International Women's Day Event at GSU
IWTT will be announcing exciting new initiatives connecting Girls, STEM, Women and Tech, and explore how new discoveries, innovations and public-private partnerships can create global opportunities for all.
Our conference speakers are esteemed leaders who are shaping industry and the world through women's education, empowerment and IT.
Ms. Brenda Morant, Founder and Executive Director, International Women's Think Tank
Senator Donzella James, Georgia State Senate, District 35
Ms. Kimberly King, International Director, One Island Institute and UN Women NGO-Major Groups Advisor - "The State of Women and Technology"
Dr. Jomy Samuel, College of Health Science, DeVry University
Ms. Connie Haynes, GeorgiaFIRST Robotics
Ms. Monica Thornton, Women In Technology
Ms. Stephanie Davis, Georgia Women for Change
Keynote speaker: Viola Llewellyn, Chief Operating Officer of Ovamba Solutions, Inc. on "Sowing the Seeds of STEM"
International Women's Day
March 8, 2014 - 9:00am until 4:00pm
Georgia State University - College of Education
30 Pryor St., Atlanta, GA 30303