Staff
May 21, 2019

How Facebook, HP, Spotify, Visa confront workplace diversity: Women Leading Change

The 2019 Women Leading Change conference offers a full-day, action-oriented programme designed to equip business leaders with roadmaps to strategically shift work culture.

How Facebook, HP, Spotify, Visa confront workplace diversity: Women Leading Change

Following a successful inaugural programme, the 2019 Women Leading Change Conference happening on 4 June in Singapore, returns as a highly anticipated summit for creating change within the industry. This year, the conference format has been expanded to a full-day programme, bringing together the exceptionally talent leaders who are propelling the industry forward through their commitment to promoting inclusivity, equality and diversity.

Attendees can anticipate engaging in timely dialogue, action-oriented learning, and networking focused on creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace. New features to the 2019 programme also include a pre-conference morning workshop specifically geared toward future leaders looking to build their business acumen, leadership skills and personal brand.

Senior leaders from Facebook, Spotify, Visa, HP, Mondelez and more will share their experience and best practices for affecting change in work culture, hiring and retention. This year’s speakers include:

Jacqui Barratt
CEO/Founder
Salt
Joanna Catalano
CEO
iProspect & President DAN Solutions
Dentsu Aegis Network
Trezelene Chan
Head of Kantar TNS
Kantar TNS
Joanna Chin
Senior Executive Coach
Turningpoint.
Sandhya Devanathan
Country Director - Singapore
Facebook
Dalia Feldheim
CMO & Executive Coach
CMO at large
Janice Foo
Chief Talent Officer,
Greater China
Publicis Groupe
Bob Grove
Chief Client and Operations Officer APAC
Edelman
Rose Huskey
CEO Southeast Asia
Wavemaker
Mette Johansson
Founder & Owner
MetaMind Training
Sunita Kaur
VP of Advertising APAC
Spotify
Annette Male
CEO APAC
Wunderman Thompson
Vasudha Misra
Executive Creative Director
BBH India
Vasudha Misra
Executive Creative Director
BBH India
Lauren Myers-Cavanagh
Director, Marketing & Special Projects
Edelman
Vivian Pan
Vice President, Head of Marketing Southeast Asia
Visa
Olivia Parker
Deputy Editor
Campaign Asia-Pacific
Sindhuja Rai
Director, Media, Data & Digital APAC, Middle East & Africa
Mondelez International
Robert Sawatzky
Head of Content
Campaign Asia-Pacific
Foo Siew Ting
CMO APAC & Japan
HP
   
Leigh Terry
CEO APAC
IPG Mediabrands
Kevin Zhang
Chief Human Resources Officer APAC
Havas Group
   

Places are limited. To register and learn more about the 2019 programme, please visit womenleadingchange.asia.

Complimentary pass for Brand Marketers: If you sit within a marketing or communications capacity for a company that sells products directly to the consumer, you may qualify for a complimentary pass. Please register your details here. Complimentary passes are subject to approval.

For programme inquiries:
Eleanor Hawkins
Head of Conference Events
eleanor.hawkins@haymarket.asia
 
For sponsorship opportunities: 
Gareth Scott Commercial Director - Southeast Asia 
 +65 6579 0556 
 
Sonia Young Commercial Director - North Asia 
 +852 9176 6106

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