Women Who Inspire
Northeastern University has made a special commitment to support the advancement and scholarship of women in technology, engineering, science, and sustainability. The mission of the Women Who Inspire speaker series is to empower the next generation of women leaders, to provide direct access to industry professionals, to promote individual networking, to support corporate partnerships, and to develop cohort and mentoring groups at Northeastern.
The panel events offer opportunities to learn from accomplished women presenting diverse and engaging points of view, and they are open to male and female students, staff, faculty, alumni, parents, and industry professionals. Past Women Who Inspire topics have included renewable energy and sustainability; entrepreneurship and innovation in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries; 3-D imaging, cloud computing and big data in technology and engineering; and “What You Need to Know to Serve on a Board of Directors.”
To learn more, please contact:
Special Advisor to the Senior Vice President for University Advancement
To help inspire the next generation of women leaders, Northeastern invites individual and corporate support of the Women Who Inspire Scholarship Fund. With your gift, you will join us in promoting the growth and development of undergraduate and graduate students in technology, engineering, science, and sustainability. You may make a gift online or by calling Kate Carleton at 617.373.7694.
“Showcasing accomplished women, recognizing the impact of their leadership, and demonstrating the compelling reasons for their professional and personal successes are the key elements of the Women Who Inspire Speaker Series. As a donor and as Chair of the Board, I am pleased to support these efforts to acknowledge women for their leadership, foster mentors, and ignite opportunities for women at every level.”
—Henry Nasella, UC'77, H'08
Marcy Reed, AP'86, a Women who Inspire panelist, speaks about the importance of women leaders sharing their professional experiences and the impact it has for the next generation.
Danielle Duplin, PNT'17, speaks about the power of networking and the exclusive opportunity for women leaders to speak with the Northeastern community on their experiences.
Northeastern invites you to join us at a future Women Who Inspire event. If you are unable to attend in person, be sure to watch the event video.
Thursday, September 18 - Networking from 5:00-6:00 pm; Panel with Q&A from 6:00-7:30 pm; Desserts at 7:30 pm
Northeastern University Alumni Center, 716 Columbus Avenue, 6th Floor, Boston, Massachusetts
Please register online for the event here.
Dr. Carla Brodley, Dean of the College of Computer and Information Science, Northeastern University
Naomi Fried, PhD, Chief Innovation Officer, Boston Children's Hospital
Flora Sah, MS’95, SVP and COO, Enterprise Risk Management, State Street
Deborah Theobald, Co-Founder and CEO, Vecna Technologies (robotics)
This event is open to both men and women.
For further information, please contact Kate Carleton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.373.7694.
Global Entrepreneurs Driving Change
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 | Raytheon Amphitheater, Northeastern University, Boston
CEO | Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
CEO | Communispace
Dr. Vanessa Kerry
CEO | Seed Global Health
Co-Founder & CEO | The Grommet
Emerging Trends in Technology
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 | Silicon Valley, California
Education: Empowering Girls One Book at a Time Article
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 | Boston
Co-author of Half the Sky, Pulitzer Prize winner, and New York Times columnist
Founder and CEO | Care.com
Founder & Co-Chair | Room to Read
Co-author of Half the Sky and Pulitzer Prize winner
Biotech and Pharma Article
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 | Cambridge, Mass.
Christine Cournoyer, MA'75
CEO | N-of-One Therapeutics
Deborah Dunsire, MD
President and CEO | Forum Pharmaceuticals
President and CEO | Infinity Pharmaceuticals
Ann Taylor, MD
Global Head of the Program Office | Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
Sustainability and Renewable Energy Article
Tuesday, January 28, 2014 | Boston
CEO and Founder | Bioengineering Group
President and Founding Board Member | Ceres
Susan Hunt Stevens
Founder and CEO | Practically Green