Women in Electronics Announces the Even Better Together Summit: Progressing Cultural Innovation

Orange County, CA – February 24, 2021 – Women in Electronics, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the professional and personal development of women in the electronics industry, today announced its Even Better Together Leadership Summit: Progressing Cultural Innovation. The summit is a continuing of the conversation from last November’s Virtual Leadership conference and builds on the concept of men and women working together to achieve gender parity through cultural evolution.

Keynote speakers include Wealth Management Director for JP Morgan, Lanän Clark, Organization Consultant and Professor Dr. Shawn Andrews, and the Women in Electronics Advisory Council panel featuring Arrow’s President of Global Supply Chain Services, Alan Bird, Avnet’s Chief Executive Officer Phil Gallagher, and Flex Chief Procurement and Supply Chain Officer, Lynn Torrel. Ms. Torrel also will speak on the topic of Leadership Lessons from Management a Global Supply Chain in Unprecedented Times.

The summit will be held on Wednesday, March 24 from 8 am – 3:00 pm PST. For a complete look at the keynote sessions and the WE Advisory Council Panel, please download the event agenda here. Registration details are available on the Women in Electronics website.

Women in Electronics offers gratitude to Sponsors: Amphenol, Arrow, Avnet/Newark, AVX, Cornell Dubilier, Digi-Key, KEMET, Octopart, TE Connectivity and TTI Family of Companies.


About Women in Electronics

Women in Electronics was founded in 2017 by a group of women professionals as a way to form a sense of community, develop together, and unite with their male colleagues in an effort to increase the representation of women leadership in the electronics industry. A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, WE is focused on advancing women through four organizational goals: empower, advocate, develop and celebrate. With Regional Chapters in the US and Europe, Women in Electronics is supported by leading industry organizations. To learn more about Women in Electronics, visit https://www.womeninelectronics.com/.

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