The Women's Legacy Summit has been a huge success in past years, but due to scheduling conflicts, we will not be hosting the Summit in 2017. If you would like to attend the National Security Leaders Symposium that will be hosted October 22-24, 2017 in Naples, FL at The Ritz-Carlton, Beach Resort, visit our website for details and to register.
2015 National Women in Technology – “The Women’s Legacy Summit”
Hosted by Executive Alliance, the 2015 National Women in Technology - "The Women’s Legacy Summit" was held at The Ritz Carlton, Amelia Island, FL, October 4 – 6. Leading women in technology from across the country gathered to create a powerful community focused on building a legacy of leadership, innovation and inspiration. With senior level IT executives in attendance, the Summit offered peer-level interaction across industries, a big-picture focus on driving change and new approaches to managing complexities in technology to support the business, and opportunities to collaborate with peers.
"Executive Alliance programs are intimate gatherings which allow senior executives to get to know one another on a personal basis, which allows for candid exchange of information. I find much more value in this type of setting than at large conferences. Unlike hearing a lot of academics speak, we get to hear from one another about real business situations and learn best practices on a variety of subjects."
Helen Cousins, Former CIO, Lincoln Trust Co.
2015 Theme - “Reimagine the Future and Elevate the Dialogue”
The Summit focused on the impact of technology leaders who are able to create a powerful vision, articulate their vision, and leverage their resources; people, processes and technology to deliver on their vision. Moving from day-to-day tactical initiatives to developing strategies that impact the bottom line is an imperative for everyone in a leadership role. In order to accomplish this, it takes creativity, innovation and a strategic mindset. It also requires the ability to lead the conversations across the enterprise. The Summit was rich in content and allowed opportunities to meet some of the most successful women in technology from across the country who are reimagining the future and elevating the dialogue.
The Women’s Legacy Summit was hosted by 15-18 leading IT and business executives from across the country with titles of CIO, CTO, SVP, VP and Director from FORTUNE 1000 companies, government, and education. The Summit Hosts served as the face of the Summit and throughout the program they shared their insights during keynotes, presentations, interview sessions, and our executive peer-to-peer discussions.
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