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Next CORPORATE Learning Event
Women in Science and Technology | 29th June 2023
To learn more see Agenda & Speakers below
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accelerating impact in organizations

WIN's has been the industry reference for leaders and organizations pursuing a more authentic, global, inclusive and sustainable approach for over two decades. WIN has worked with over 90 world-class companies, 30% of which have worked with WIN for more than 3 years in a row. Providing inspiration, ideas, connections and strategic direction, WIN works with companies, UN organizations and other institutions to create future-fit and thriving  workplaces. 

The Corporate Learning Series (previously, the Corporate Network Group) and the Diversity & Inclusion Forum are important quarterly meetings that further explore the topics at WINConferences. 

We are your partner for transformation, creating strategies for change, guiding internal diversity initiatives and offering practical learning programmes both in person and online. 

Corporate Learning Series

Corporate Learning Series

embrace diversity, celebrate authenticity, find common purpose and create inclusive organizations

The WIN Corporate Learning Series is a platform for leaders and organizations committed to creating conscious business, innovating, developing inclusive practises and focusing on women in leadership. Together we explore what the larger trends and changes in technology, politics and gender mean for companies and individuals. How can we overcome hurdles that prevent us from being ourselves, looking within, speaking out and stepping up?

Corporate Learning Meetings (previously called CNG Meetings) have run since 2002. Each meeting, now online, is hosted by a partner organization and includes a company case presentation or panel discussion, practical workshop and facilitated networking. These meetings provide invaluable opportunities to benchmark best practices, exchange ideas and information with other leading organizations, promote team work and network mindfully.

WIN is a leading learning organization with 20 years’ experience in creating, designing, curating and running high quality programmes on diversity, inclusion, women leadership, authenticity and conscious business. This series forms part of the overall WIN vision to accelerate the development and growth of global, authentic and feminine leadership, and to ensure that businesses flourish and people thrive. Each year, we host four half-day meetings as well as the full-day Corporate Diversity & Inclusion Forum.

Topics covered in the sessions range from attracting, retaining, developing and promoting female leaders, building deeper self-awareness for better leadership, to creating a culture of collaboration. The sessions also deal with new business trends, diversity of thinking, innovation and technology, culture, and running successful and creative business networks. WIN's trademark focus on beauty and authenticity shines through in all that we do and be assured, you will come away connected to your fellow participants, new ideas and yourself. This network of like-minded organizations creates real business benefits for all of its member organizations and individual participants alike. WIN co-creates the Corporate Learning Series with the world-class organizations we partner with.

WIN Corporate Learning Meeting

Women in Science & Technology

29th June | 15:00-16:30 CET


Considering the acceleration in the development of new technology, how do we ensure there is trust, integrity and fairness? How do we stay agile to change as active agents preparing for the future? How does technology facilitate our work and bring opportunities for learning and development, with greater flexibility and accessibility? How do we assure enough women chose such a path as active innovators and technology leaders?


14:30 Keynote Speaker Technical Check

14:45 Panelist Technical Check


15:00 Opening & Introductions

How can we all use technology to benefit our organizations and our careers, across all industries? How do stay up to date in the newest tools and solutions? Introduction followed by buzz group discussions.


15:10 Leading in Science & Technology

Whether leading in research or in client management, how do we assure the authentic woman’s voice impacts emerging technologies, the science and its application? Why is it important for us to be there and how can technology improve our work?


Topic Questions

  • Why is it important for women to be actively involved in science and the development and use of new technology? 

  • How do we ensure this happens at school, at work and in society?

  • How can technology improve our work and the way we do things?


15:45 Buzzgroups: Leading in Science & Technology


15:55 Risks & Opportunities in AI

What are the big developments in technology and how do they impact our work? What are the risks regarding privacy and ingrained bias, and where do we need to pay most attention to avoid these risks? Examples of new technology, AI, virtual learning, telemedicine, disruption. What is the role of policy, legislation and governance in building trust as these transformations take place?


16:15 Buzzgroups: Risks & Opportunities in AI

16:25 Closing Remarks

16:30 The End


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Dr. Lina  Prada is responsible within Technology & Innovation function of the market facing applications and material developments for SABIC Petrochemical Business. She has a PhD in Chemical Engineering, and started her career in 1998 at GE Plastics as research scientist for polycarbonate developments. Since then, she held different roles as Technology manager Engineering Thermoplastics, Manufacturing Process Engineering Leader, and as Global Polypropylene Technology Director for SABIC.

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Lorraine is the Director of IT Site Services for Germany, Ireland, Belgium, Iberia, Central Eastern Europe, Turkey, Israel, Middle East & Africa at BMS.  In this role she is responsible for delivering all IT services across the region.  She is passionate about women choosing IT as a career and has actively worked with schools in London to encourage and enable girls to make this choice.  Having moved to the United Arab Emirates 16 years ago, she also works with local women’s empowerment groups and is the CEETI – MEA chapter lead for Bristol Myers Squibb Network of Women (B-NOW).

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Neeta Khare can boast a twenty-year background in the field of battery and fuel cell development. Currently, she is Director ( battery and Fuel Cell) with Iveco Group. She has a PhD for intelligent battery management where she combined artificial intelligence and state of charge and state of health algorithms. 

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Roberta Russo is the Cloud Business Manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In this role she’s responsible for the growth of the most innovative Hybrid Cloud services. She also leads several volunteer initiatives as a mentor for younger women and teaching coding to girls and boys.


Senior leaders, middle management, talent managers, strategy executives, HR executives and anyone interested in engagement, diversity and inclusion. Participants join from partner organizations and independently.

additional offerings
  • Corporate learning and development programmes

  • Corporate strategy and advice

  • Expert speakers and trainers on authentic leadership, conscious business, communication, resilience and more

  • Benchmarking for best practices in diversity and inclusion

past corporate learning meetings

Corporate Forum on Creating an Inclusive Organization


Creating inclusive and sustainable business cultures has never been more important. During this session, we will look at sharing experiences, accelerating learning, elevating and evolving the impact of creating cultures of inclusion and belonging for organisational and individual success, “wellness” and sustainability. The first part of the session will involve an expert panel of corporate speakers which will present case studies, highlight innovative programmes and benchmark best D&I (DEI) practices which support Inclusion and help to ensure that people feel a sense of belongingness. The second part will involve everyone in an interactive online discussion to brainstorm and identify creative solutions.

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