Jill Biden to Join Inforum Change-Makers Session
Jill Biden, second lady of the United States (2009-2017), will join Infor Chief Operating Officer Pam Murphy and 4 other inspiring change makers for a special general session at Inforum 2017 presented by the Women's Infor Network (WIN).
Murphy will host the session — "The Change Makers: Closing technology, societal, and political gaps" — at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 12, during Inforum, Infor's premier customer conference set for July 10-12 in New York City.
Jill is an exciting late addition to this year's WIN session lineup, which brings together female leaders from all walks of life. The WIN session has quickly become an Inforum fan favorite for women and men alike, and it's expected to be a standing-room-only highlight again.
Jill is a lifelong educator and an avid supporter of community colleges, military families, and women’s and girls’ education worldwide, in addition to being the wife of former US Vice President Joe Biden. As second lady, she worked to bring attention to the sacrifices of military families, to highlight the importance of community colleges to America's future, and to raise awareness of women's concerns, including breast cancer prevention, all while continuing work as a full-time community college professor. She will talk about her time in the Obama-Biden White House, as well as her experience as the only second lady to hold a professional job outside of the administration, and the need for bold, resilient leadership as we work to enact social change.
Joining her and Murphy to share their experiences and perspectives on change will be:
- Susan Rice, former US National Security Advisor and Ambassador to the United Nations
- Farah Pandith, former Special Representative to Muslim Communities for the US Department of State
- Tan Le, inventor and pioneer in brain augmentation technology to optimize human performance
- Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code
What is WIN?
The Women's Infor Network is a program established by Murphy with the goals to make sure women succeed, stay in the tech industry, get the promotions they deserve, and can grow and benefit from
being part of a community of other like-minded women.
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