Women in Technology: A D&I Discussion with Lockheed Martin
Join Kim Norris, Systems Engineer with Lockheed Martin for an afternoon discussion on the company’s D&I initiatives as well as how businesses can create a more inclusive and dynamic environment for women in the tech space.
4-4:30 p.m.: Registration and welcome
4:30-5:30 p.m.: D&I discussion on women in technology
5:30-6 p.m.: Networking
6 p.m.: Event concludes
This event is free and part of Lockheed Martin’s Corporate Partner of the Month activities for February. All students, staff, alumni, faculty and friends of Drexel University are encouraged to attend.
About the Corporate Partner of the Month Program:
Several months a year, Drexel highlights key corporate partners who have engaged with the University in certain key areas including executive education, experiential learning projects, research collaboration, talent acquisition, and more.
The Corporate Partner of the Month program, which is managed by the Drexel Solutions Institute and occurs between October - May to coincide with Drexel University’s academic calendar, invites industry to campus to directly connect to the Drexel University community in a variety of creative engagements throughout the month.
The monthly programming is custom-created in partnership with our identified corporate partner and is designed to provide undergraduate and graduate students and alumni with insight into the company. The month’s activities aim to showcase the company through increased engagement and to provide access to engage with Drexel’s thought leadership, talent pipeline and research capabilities.
We seek companies, like Lockheed Martin, whose deep and impactful history is matched by their innovative foresight into the future of their industry.
Who should attend?
- Decision Sciences and MIS
- General Business