Third Women in CE Career Forum Event Set For June

Women in CE has announced that its third annual Women in CE Career Enhancement Forum will take place June 24 at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York, as part of CE Week.

The all-day event will feature a networking breakfast, sessions, workshops, and keynote speakers, before wrapping up with a closing reception. The opening keynote will feature Charlotte Beers, the longtime business executive who served as Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs in the Bush Administration from 2001 to 2003. Beers is also a board member of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, an inductee of the Advertising Hall of Fame, and author of the book I’d Rather Be in Charge: A Legendary Business Leader’s Roadmap for Achieving Pride, Power, and Joy at Work.”

Also appearing at the event are Sam Horn, the “ideapreneur” and author of “POP! Create the Perfect Pitch, Title and Tagline for Anything”; Horn will deliver a presentation called “Intrigue: Create Interest, Earn Respect, Connect With Anyone.” And technology journalist Andrea Smith will deliver a workshop on “The Power of Connectivity.” And Samantha Smith of Etail Eye and Deena Ghazarian of Monster will lead panels.

“Connectivity is changing the business landscape, and our third annual Career Enhancement Forum is dedicated to providing women with the tools they need to harness its power to drive success,” said Carol Campbell, founder of Women in CE and publisher of Technology Integrator.

“We have an incredible lineup of speakers and panelists set to explore connectivity on many levels, from social media to peer groups, and are excited to have Charlotte Beers deliver the opening keynote. Previous year’s events have sold out quickly, so we encourage attendees to register early to secure their spots.”

Early bird registration for the event is $199 for members and $249 for non-members, starting March 15 and extending through May 15. Those numbers will rise to $249 and $299 starting after May 15.

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