Women at the Top, the Road to Success...A Panel of Achievers
- The road to success is paved with good intentions. (Anonymous)
- You must do the thing that you think you cannot do. (Eleanor Roosevelt)
- The greatest thing in this world is not so much where we are, but in what
direction we are moving. (O.W. Holmes)
Success: The achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted.
(American Heritage Dictionary, Fourth Edition)
How do you define success? How do you know when you have achieved it? Do you know how you're going to get there? WITI invites you to a lively and insightful discussion where five women at the top of their game share their quotes on success, lessons learned and experiences about their rise to success. The discussions will be faciliated by a moderator. Each panelist will be asked a variety of questions focusing on what has worked and what has not for herself as she climbs to the top. Join us to hear inspiring, empowering and motivational success stories.
Featured Speaker(s)Meet our Panelists
Beth Williams, President and Founder, TechTrans, International Inc. TechTrans International, Inc. is the exclusive provider of language services for the International Space Station program and NASA's 2002 Woman-Owned Business of the Year.
Emily Agis-Wahl, Vice President of Product Operations and Production Services, BMC Software, Inc. Emily oversees a global team with responsibilities in product release lifecycle management, product production and distribution.
Debra Handy, Vice President of Technical Assurance, Projects and Information Systems (TAPIS), Shell Oil. Debra works at the Shell Deer Park Refining Company leading a department of 120 managers, engineers and inspectors responsible for developing and ensuring the technical capability and reliability of the > $1 BB of refinery assets.
Jeri Callaway, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Hewlett-Packard. Jeri is a part of the Personal Systems Group responsible for development and manufacturing of HP's client products, overseeing a $10B+ business.
Amy Looper, Co-Founder, Chief Visionary Officer, MindOH!. MindOH! is an e-learning company that creates innovative, measurable software systems for school and home. Amy began her entrepreneurial career in 1983 as founder and president of 7 Seventeen Group, a Houston-based advertising and marketing design firm, continuing on to co-found a new e-commerce company, Align Solutions in 1996.
Meet our Moderator
Robin Hensley, Vice President, Hewlett-Packard. Robin leads the ProLiant Engineering Support and Total Customer Experience (TCE) and is on the board of advisors for Tulane University School of Engineering.
Schedule of Events6:00pm Registration, Networking and Dinner
6:40pm Introductions and Announcements
7:00pm Panel Discussion
8:00pm Roundtable Discussion