2nd Annual Los Angeles Women of Color in Tech Reception

Presented in Partnership with NBCUniversal

Tuesday, October 29, 2019
6:00 – 9:00pm
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608

Please join us for this unique celebration of the contributions of women from diverse backgrounds, passions and pursuits in the digital and technology sectors.

Featured Speakers Include:

Amanda Armour, Head of People, Versus Systems
Megha Davalath, Character Technology Lead, DreamWorks Animation
Dana Flowers, EVP, Creative Advertising, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Constance Knight, Head of Content Programs, Digital Publishers and Multicultural, YouTube
Grace Wu, EVP, Casting, NBC Entertainment

6:00 – 7:00pm: Cocktails & Conversations
7:00 – 8:15pm: Panel Discussion: Commanding Your Worth
8:15 – 9:00pm: Dessert Reception & Departures

Join us for beverages and bites, make invaluable connections, and lend your voice as we create our own narrative to advance the future for women of color in the Innovation Economy.

Commanding Your Worth: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Self-Biases & Other Pitfalls to Build the Career You Deserve

Women increasingly hold positions of power in the workplace, yet they are more likely to possess lower levels of confidence than men. For women of color, the effects of institutional racism, coupled with sexism, further exacerbate the inclination to question our intellectual capabilities and sense of belonging.

Just as it is our responsibility to own and exercise the power that already exists within us, we also have a duty to nurture our self-awareness, acceptance, self-esteem and worth. This may mean facing difficult truths about internalized roadblocks to our careers.

In this candid conversation with leading women of color in media, entertainment and tech, you will learn how to collect and utilize feedback; align your work with your purpose; know your worth; and pay it forward. Be inspired, empowered and prepared to excel in the workplace and beyond!

 Advance registration required by Tuesday, October 22.

For more information, please contact kathy.johnson@digitaldiversitynetwork.com.