With the expansive role of technology platforms and increased connectivity,
the arenas of discourse and social interaction have become new sites of
privacy and security dilemmas.

Is the widespread availability of personal data working in favor of helping
protect vital information relevant to our property, personal data,
healthcare, and businesses? The 2019 Policy Circle Summit will explore
issues of big data and privacy as it relates to how we live in our
communities, raise our families, grow our businesses and enterprises, and
innovate our ideas —all the while protecting ourselves and staying
vigilant over our most vital assets and information like consumer behavior,
healthcare and so much more.

What You Can Expect:

Be prepared to meet women from all walks of life who represent all regions
of the United States and elsewhere who range from CEO’s, Founders, and
Directors, to Mid-level managers — newly graduated college students— to
stay at home moms and philanthropists. The Policy Circle Summit is a forum
for all women to engage with one another through dialogue and discussion as
we build strategic thinking skills and explore the opportunities and the
stakes of a connected world.

Register online here.


Denise Morrison, Former CEO of Campbell Soup

Joanna Garcia Sohovich, CEO of Chamberlain Group, recipient of the Enterprise CxO of the Year awarded at the Internet of Things Conference 2019

Quentella Enty, Director of Strategic Sourcing & Corporate Sustainability at KFA, Inc

Admiral Mike Rogers, Former Director of the National Security Agency & Central Security Service Chief

Cyndi Gula, Founder of Tenable Network Security

Karen Wells, President & CEO of The AIW Group

Nancy Brinker, Founder of Susan G. Komen Foundation and Former Ambassador to Hungary