Help us recognize the great work you are doing to recognize and elevate women's voices in leadership and break the bias so we can create more equality now for a sustainable tomorrow.
Hello, ChIPsters—thanks for helping us celebrate International Women’s Day all month long.!
Here are some of the initiatives led by members and member organizations:
Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium, part two: Trends and opportunities
Register today for part two of our Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium. This event focuses on the economic impact of women in business and how social trends are affecting their professional growth and business opportunities. Panelists include Tené Dolphin, Executive Director of the National Women’s Business Council, and Adji Fatou Diagne, Ph.D., an economist at the U.S. Census Bureau’s Center for Economic Studies in the Survey and Economic Research, Demographic Research Area.
Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium, part three: From inspiration to commercialization
Register today for the final program of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium. In this session, speakers, including Ceata E. Lash, Founder, Inventor, and Co-CEO of PuffCuff LLC, and Georgia Grace Edwards, CEO and Co-Founder of SheFly Apparel, share how they turned ideas into commercial successes. Learn about their secrets to success and how they overcame obstacles in their journeys.
The afternoon’s final conversation on innovative women brings together the USPTO leadership and Abi Olukeye, founder and CEO of Smart Girls HQ, which promotes science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education by providing engaging content and facilitating exciting experiences that enable young girls to achieve STEM career literacy by age 12.