Tech Women: Becoming a Visionary




    Harness the power of vision to lead with more impact, increase meaning in your work and play a bigger game 

    Vision matters. It is a critical trait for business leaders and essential for entrepreneurs seeking to secure investment in their companies. Here’s the thing — vision is the one area that women lag our male counterparts. Closing the gap and reaching new heights of success starts with becoming visionary. Most people think that visionaries are born, but really vision can be taught. Thought leader Kate Purmal shows us the simple formula that sets visionaries apart. In this interactive workshop, Kate illustrates how to cultivate vision. You’ll learn the steps and actionable tips to overcome fear and doubt, eliminate resistance and remove internal roadblocks. Through the process, you’ll become inspired and compelled to step out of your comfort zone, to confront and force changes in the things that hold you back. You’ll naturally step up and start play bigger. And that will lead to a more satisfying and meaningful life.

    PRESENTER:  Kate Purmal

    Kate Purmal is currently researching and writing a book about visionaries.  She is a former senior executive at SanDisk and software company founder and CEO.  Through her own vision of engaging in more meaningful and impactful work, Kate left high-tech to work in the emerging field of regenerative medicine. She is now the Chief Operating Officer of a stealth stem cell therapy company developing a novel therapy for a chronic disease. Kate also serves as an advisor and business coach to CEOs, executives and entrepreneurs. 


    6:00 - 6:45 p.m Registration & Networking

    6:45 - 8:30 p.m. Presentation