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Virtual conference, Feb 7: “Leadership in a Culture of Constant Change”

Join colleagues from across the university for the second annual Big Ten Academic Alliance Women in IT (WIT) virtual conference, “Leadership in a Culture of Constant Change” on Friday, February 7, 2020, noon-3pm.

Lois Brooks, UW–Madison CIO and Vice Provost for Information Technology, will be presenting with Michele Norin, Senior Vice President and CIO at Rutgers University, on Leadership Superpowers. The full agenda is available online.

The following participation options are available. You only need to select one option!

  • Option 1: Register to attend the UW-WIT watch party! Please join us at in Room 120, Middleton Bldg. to view and discuss the presentations, and network with colleagues. Light snacks and beverages will be provided. Please feel free to bring your lunch!
  • Option 2: Register to attend from your desk! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
  • Option 3: Register to host your own watch party! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Please use this link to connect from your conference room. Only the person making the connection to the webinar needs to register. Also, please email Brenda Spychalla to share your watch party info and attendee count.

Sponsors for this event include the Big Ten Academic Alliance, the UW–Madison Office of the CIO and UW-WIT.

UW-WIT welcomes and encourages attendance by all genders and is open to everyone interested in the success and retention of women in IT on the UW–Madison campus. We strive to hold inclusive, accessible events, and work to provide accommodations as needed. Please let us know if you would like an accessibility accommodation or a special focus on the accessibility of a particular part of the event by emailing Jess Jones or calling 608-770-6420.

—Jess Jones, co-lead, UW Women in Tech and Service Lead, Center for Digital Accessibility & User Experience