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Bold Leaders Using AI Roundtable

August 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm PDT

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Roundtable: Bold Leaders Using AI

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Bold Leaders Using Artificial Intelligence Roundtable

Join us for an insightful and empowering roundtable discussion on the dynamic intersection of leadership and artificial intelligence (AI). In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, AI presents both unprecedented opportunities and challenges. This roundtable aims to explore how everyone can leverage AI to drive innovation, foster inclusivity, and shape the future of various industries.

Our distinguished panel of female experts and thought leaders will delve into a wide range of topics, including:

  1.  **Workforce Transformation**: Discuss the impact of AI on the future of work, including opportunities for upskilling, reskilling, and creating diverse and inclusive workplaces that harness the full potential of AI technologies.
  2. **Ethical Considerations**: Explore the ethical implications of AI technologies, such as bias in algorithms, data privacy, and the responsible use of AI to ensure equitable outcomes for all
  3.  **Overcoming Challenges**: Hear inspiring stories of women overcoming obstacles and biases in the field of AI, and discover strategies for navigating male-dominated environments, building resilience, and advocating for gender equality.
Whether you’re a seasoned AI professional, a budding entrepreneur, an advocate for diversity and inclusion, or simply curious about the transformative power of AI, this roundtable offers a unique opportunity to engage with like-minded individuals, exchange ideas, and be part of a growing movement towards a more inclusive and equitable future powered by artificial intelligence. Join us and be inspired to unleash your potential in the age of AI!

 

Panelists-

Holly Knoll is a business coach and founder of the group coaching program, The Consultant Code, which teaches women how to start their own businesses. She hosts The Everyday Entrepreneur Podcast, is a community builder, and is the creator of The Vine, an in-person networking group in Minneapolis for like-minded women professionals. Holly runs a technology consulting company that assists CIOs and their teams in maturing and growing their operations. Living in Minneapolis, she loves being a dog mom to her Cavalier King Charles, Maggie and is always planning her next international adventure.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/hollyknoll/

Kathleen Glass has over two decades of sales and marketing experience in SaaS and managed services for emerging technologies including IoT, CyberSecurity, Privacy, and AI. Kathleen is an active startup mentor and community volunteer including serving as a cohort advisor for CyberTECH NEST San Diego, an ambassador for the Women in Ag Tech group and an active member of the Global Ag Tech Alliance.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kglass

 

Stephanie Kirmer is a columnist at Towards Data Science and a senior machine learning engineer at DataGrail, a company committed to helping businesses protect customer data and minimize risk. She has almost a decade of experience building machine learning solutions in industry, and before going into data science she was an adjunct professor of sociology and higher education administrator at DePaul University. She brings a unique mix of social science perspective and deep technical and business experience to writing and speaking accessibly about today’s challenges around AI and machine learning. Learn more at www.stephaniekirmer.com or https://medium.com/@s.kirmer.

Dr. Sarah Glova is a tech-savvy entrepreneur who makes complex topics accessible and actionable for entrepreneurs and leaders. She has spoken on the TEDx stage and for clients like PANASONIC, and as a business reporter and podcast host, she has interviewed leaders from Microsoft, the US SBA, and the Smithsonian. Sarah’s expertise spans from smart cities to women in tech, and she is known for her engaging storytelling and practical insights. She teaches technical writing, business communication, and business storytelling at NC State and Duke University. Sarah also serves as a valued board member, providing leadership in technology, innovation, and community engagement. Sarah’s keynotes and workshops are transformative experiences, helping professionals and entrepreneurs understand innovation in business culture, AI, and digital transformation. She provides real insights that empower her audiences to make a significant impact in their work. Join her to explore how AI can drive success across industries, ensuring ethical and impactful implementation.
Connect with Dr. Glova on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sglova/
Download free resources from Dr. Glova’s website: https://sarahglova.com/
Check out her 3-minute newsletter, packed with inspiring support for your biggest goals: https://821newsletter.com/
Laura Janusek loves building solutions that empower learners and educators. She has overseen the development of a range of EdTech products, leveraging both founding-team startup and enterprise SaaS experience. She is currently serving as Executive Director of Product at Kaplan and is focused on AI-driven tools to help learners achieve their goals. Additionally, Laura is an active member of communities for women in technology, a regular conference speaker, and a passionate believer in technology’s ability to improve lives in the education space and beyond.
KapAdvisor (current AI product I’m building at Kaplan): kapadvisor.com

 

Who Can Attend & Fee

Public Event – Open to everyone

 

Location/ Date & Time

Online via Zoom only – see below for Zoom link. Zoom link will also be provided in the RSVP confirmation email.

Date:  Wednesday, August 21st, 2024

Time: 12pm – 1:30pmPT/1pm-2:30pmMT/2pm-3:30pmCT/3pm-4:30pmET

Details

Date:
August 21
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm PDT
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Online Only
Via Zoom link provided United States