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Watermark's Women in Health and Life Sciences Summit

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Updated: Tuesday, January 29, 2019


Friday | March 8 | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Nevro | Redwood City

RSVP TODAY

There is a shift the Health and Life Sciences industry, with today’s leaders found at all stages of their careers. Leading this change are women, who are transforming the Health and Life Sciences industry through their revolutionary ideas, powerful innovations, and determination to develop inclusive and diverse environments of leadership.

 Women in Health & Life Sciences Summit, brought to you by Watermark and Nevro, is the first of its kind focused on learning and networking opportunities for the advancement of women leaders. Join women and men of all levels from senior executives to emerging leaders, in this unique one-day event.

 The morning keynote begins the day by addressing Education, Advocacy & Inclusive Leadership with Nevro's President and CEO, and Watermark's 2019 recipient of the Bill Campbell awardRami ElghandourIn this industry relevant discussion, Rami Elghandour, focuses on why Diversity makes us smarter, the impact of unconscious bias, and Nevro’s commitment to gender equity through three strong pillars: Education, Advocacy and Inclusive Leadership. Drawing on experience, research and testing models, he will share what can (and must) be done today to implement immediate change though inspiration and influence.

In additional to the insightful and powerful keynotes, there are dynamically engaging panels, and interactive workshops focused on developing practical leadership skills, which will impact any individual’s executive presence and company’s advancement in the health and life sciences industry.

Registration is open to everyone however a limited number of registrations will be available. Secure your space, and RSVP TODAY.


If you are interested in sponsoring this Summit,

please contact Kate Byrne, kate@wearewatermark.org

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