WISE SESSIONS ARE FREE TO ATTEND AND INCLUDED IN ALL PASSES.
Opening Address from Sheryl Ehrman, Don Beall Dean of the Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering at San Jose State University
Wednesday, June 28, 12:15pm - 12:30pm.
Panel: Women in Sensors & Electronic Engineering: Leading the Tech Revolution
Wednesday, June 29, 11:45am - 12:30pm
Women are the key to unlocking the potential of sensor and electronic technology, but often have been largely overlooked as valued contributors. This interactive women-led session was designed to foster discussion and collaboration of women in electronics, insights on pursuing a career in tech, seeking mentorship, new opportunities, and supporting technology for workplace diversity.
- The art of building and leading a diverse tech team
- The advantages of seeking mentorship early for success
- How AI and other technology support diversity, equity, and inclusion
Moderator: Meeta Roy, Director, Strategy & Planning, Peloton
CRO, N5 Sensors
VP, Dependable Embedded Systems, Linux Foundation
Co-Founder and CEO, Blumio
Program and Business Development Director, T-Mobile