March 5 | 9:45 am - 5:30 pm UTC
Event: Fearless Voices
- This event has passed.
To All She Runs It Fearless Voices Ticket Holders,
Due to rising Coronavirus cases and concerns, and with many organizations restricting travel and assembly as a result, we have decided to postpone the She Runs It Fearless Voices event in San Francisco this week.
The board of She Runs It has been closely monitoring CDC and World Health Organization recommendations, and we believe it is safest to err on the side of caution and host this important event at a later date when the safety of our community can be better assured.
We are as committed as ever to bringing this event to life in San Francisco, and we will be working over the next few weeks to preserve the amazing line-up of voices & stories to share with our West Coast community when the timing is right.
Several of you have proactively reached out to share your concern about attending amidst the current circumstance, so I know this postponement is not coming as a surprise to most of you.
If at all possible, we ask for your patience as we reschedule. We will honor all ticket purchases at the rescheduled event.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions to email@example.com.
She Runs It x Fearless Voices in San Francisco
March 5, 2020 | 9:45AM – 5:30PM
Twitter | Address To Be Shared After Registration
“Being fearless is not about having no fear. It’s about being terrified, but jumping in anyway.”
Across the marketing, media and tech landscape, there are courageous and determined individuals who have decided to step up, speak out and break through walls, creating a path that others can follow. Fearless Voices are individuals who use the power of their words and actions to right a wrong, and to give voice and courage to others. They might be powerful executives or tenacious rookies. They are often women, and also men. Their stories impart wisdom, ideas and inspiration. She Runs It has curated a Fearless Voices day to give a spotlight and a microphone to the gutsy women (and men), who have survived adversity, challenged bias, and bravely confronted barriers in pursuit of a kinder workplace and a better world.
9:45AM | Event Begins; Registration & Networking
10:40AM | Spoken Word Poetry By Francine Tamakloe
10:45AM | Chapter 1: “A Journey To Me”
– Denise Colella (NBCU) | “Disability Does Not Define Me”
– Jill Kelly (GroupM) | “My Name Is Park Je Un”
– Candi Castleberry (Twitter) | “Thriving On The Other Side Of Loss”
– Rick Welts (Golden State Warriors) | “Living My Truth”
11:25AM | Share & Compare (Chapter 1)
11:45AM | BREAK
– Spoken Word Poetry by Sarah Kaye
12:00PM | Chapter 2: “A Voice For The Vulnerable”
– Jacki Kelley (Dentsu Aegis Network) | “Fostering Hope”
– Dr. E. Quinn Ziatyk (Chinle Comprehensive Healthcare Facility) | “Heroism & Hope In The Face Of Adversity”
– Paula & Rosie Quinn (Coming Up Rosies) | “Coming Up Rosie”
12:35PM | Share & Compare (Chapter 2)
12:40PM | LUNCH
1:35PM Keynote Speaker, Dana Anderson (MediaLink) | “You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out”
1:55PM | Chapter 3: “She Runs It. He Gets It.”
– John Coyne (Intel)
– Meg Shaughnessy (Intel)
– Telisa Yancy (America Family Insurance)
– Jack Salzwedel (American Family Insurance)
2:20PM | Q&A (Chapter 3)
2:40PM | BREAK
2:50PM | Chapter 4: “Defining The Future”
Spoken Word Poetry By Francine Tamakloe
3:05PM | Forbes 30 Under 30 Panel
– Laura Mandaro (Forbes) // Moderator
– Sheba Roy (Google Cloud)
– Sharon Zeng (Facebook)
– Angela Guzman (Tijiko) | “Bringing Humanity To Tech”
– Sarah Personette (Twitter) | “Jump In”
– Lisa Donohue (She Runs It Board Chair) | “The Gap Year”
3:55PM | Share & Compare (Chapter 4)
4:10PM | Closing Poem By Sarah Kay
4:20PM | COCKTAILS
*Tickets: Just Starting Out Ticket: $181 | Mid-Level Ticket: $283 | C-Suite Level Ticket: $385 | Pay It Forward Package: $208 Per Ticket (5 Tickets Total) (These ticket prices include Eventbrite fees).