Womxn leaders are innovative, imaginative, and great drivers for change. However, even in the most inclusive of workplaces, many face challenges in being heard and leading transformative change.
On November 10, Simon Data is bringing together womxn marketing leaders across industries for the first in a series of conversations on the topic of change management and digital transformation, how they’re leading, managing, and driving change at their organizations, and the lessons they’ve learned along the way in the hopes of identifying a common, womxn-specific framework for introducing digital transformation.
When: Tuesday, November 10 from 1 – 2:30 pm EST or 10:00 – 11:30 am PST
Where: Zoom – we’ll add you to the calendar invite and provide a zoom link upon your RSVP
Who: The conversation will be led by Katherine Kornas, VP of Growth at Betterment, Doina Harris, Chief Product Officer at Simon Data, Whitney Hudson, Director of Client Services at Simon Data + up to 10 womxn marketing leaders.
What: Join us for a private, candid roundtable discussion around:
- The unique challenges womxn face in leading change in the workplace
- Change management tools, techniques and lessons learned
- Putting it all together to deliver successful digital transformation: a framework for building consensus and groundswell for action
Please RSVP as soon as possible! Space is limited to 10-12 participants to ensure everyone can contribute to the conversation. We look forward to introducing you to the group.
“It was a great opportunity to see what others are doing, get new ideas, and network.”
- Chief Marketing Officer
“Great to connect with incredible leaders. Thank you for the opportunity to properly explore the good and the bad side of digital transformation.”
- SVP, Digital & DTC
“It was a very inspiring and interesting group. Great to engage with other forward thinkers.”
- SVP, Digital Transformation & Customer Experience
“I enjoyed the conversation, and as I’ve mentioned to others, you always pull together a great group.”
- VP, Marketing Strategy