Presented by Bocconi Association and FICC on May 18, 2016
Why are there still so few women in science and technology? What prevents women from accessing careers in STEM? Is the planet missing an opportunity? A conversation with: Laura Indolfi, Myriam Mariani, Natalia Bergamaschi, Nicola Palmarini on best practices, personal experiences and opportunities, on how women can emerge and succeed.
Moderator: Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau
About the speakers:
Natalia Bergamaschi: Alumna 1995, Global Partnerships, Google, Inc.
Laura Indolfi: Biomedical Engineer, TED Fellow and CEO & Founder of Panther Therapeutics, developing a revolutionary pancreatic cancer treatment. See her TED Talk below.
Myriam Mariani: BU visiting professor and Bocconi Associate Professor, co-author of “It’s a Man’s Job. Income and the Gender Gap in Industrial Research”.
Nicola Palmarini: Global Digital Creative & Technology Advocate, IBM, author of “Le infiltrate”-EGEA (how to make young ladies aware of their potential in technology)
Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau: Chief Operating Officer of MIT Technology Review, a technology-oriented publishing company. Formerly she held the role of Global Managing Director of The Economist Corporate Network (The Economist Group).