The Women's 100 Conference

Monday, June 6, 2016

Palo Alto

This event is now sold out! For those that told Broc that you're coming, please use the link he sent you to register.

  1. Theme - Networking opportunity with practical programming for those interested in corporate governance & the securities laws, particularly corporate disclosure. Here is the agenda.
     
  2. Attendees:
  3. - 100 Attendee Cap - Attendance will be capped at 100 women (including speakers). This keeps the event intimate. If you are not accepted, you can ask to be placed on a waiting list in case someone drops (and on a priority list for the following year).

    - Diversified Participants - Those interested should communicate their desire to register to Broc Romanek (broc.romanek@thecorporatecounsel.net). Registrations will be accepted based on factors ensuring diversity of age & job responsibilities. For example, there will be a rough split between in-house and law firm participants, with some investors mixed in. There will also be a mix of ages and experience.

  4. Unique Networking:
  5. - Programming starts at 10 am and goes to 3:30 pm, with a reception commencing then and ending at 4:30 pm.

    - Before the first panel, there is a 15-minute slot so each person can introduce themselves to the group.

    - There is a group photo right before lunch.

    - There is a 45-minute "speed friending" session in the afternoon - you will meet at least ten new people.

  6. Cost & Logistics:
  7. - Cost is $295 per person (includes lunch) - there is a "no refunds" policy.

    - The event will be held in Palo Alto - located at Cooley, 3175 Hanover Street, Palo Alto, CA 94304-1130.

    - There are no special deals with nearby hotels. If you need a hotel, email Broc and he can provide a list.

    - There will not be any CLE credit available for any states.

    - Here's where you can register.

*Thanks to Broadridge for sponsoring the lunch!

The Corporate Counsel: March-April 2014 - Special Supplement

– No More Masks - by Heidi Wilson
– A Fine Career: Becoming a Lawyer - by Prof. Roberta Karmel
– Where Are All the Women M&A Dealmakers? - by Diane Holt Frankle
– My Career Reflections - by Cheryl Sorokin
– Diversity One: One Step, One Action, One Impact - by Sylvia Groves