First-of-its-kind strategic partnership to advance shared commitment to gender equality by creating new opportunities for women in technology.
Intel, Rebecca Minkoff, and UN Women announce effort to expand pipeline of female engineers, support positive representations of opportunities for women in technology, and connect women around the world to opportunities to learn and lead through science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and careers.
Rebecca Minkoff, the largest global fashion label helmed by a millennial female, has a long history of creative and innovative uses of emerging technologies.
Intel has a measurable commitment to diversity, having recently announced a groundbreaking US $300 million Diversity & Inclusion initiative, with the goal of full representation for women and under-represented minorities in its United States workforce by 2020.
Tuesday, March 10, 2015, at 7:30PM.
U.N. Women’s Planet 50-50 by 2030, a celebratory event at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom commemorating the 20th anniversary of the historic Beijing Fourth World Conference on Women, featuring a diverse range of speakers including: United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; Hillary Clinton; Bill de Blasio; Melinda Gates; and Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette. Commitment to be introduced by philanthropist and supermodel Coco Rocha.
Rebecca Minkoff, widely acknowledged as the most forward-thinking brand in fashion when it comes to new technology.
Rosalind Hudnell, Chief Diversity Officer of Intel, a world leader in computing innovation.
Partnership with Rebecca Minkoff will help Intel reach young women around the world, bringing excitement about technology careers and the amazing opportunities girls and women can have if they embrace science and engineering with passion.
Gail Dundas, Intel
Autumn Furr, Rebecca Minkoff
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