An intersection of cutting-edge innovation and real-world applications, XPONENTIAL 2018 brought all things unmanned into sharp focus.
Thousands of leaders and innovators from industry and defense came together to share perspectives and gain insight from one another. This year's event was unlike any other and we hope you join us next year in Chicago as we take XPONENTIAL 2019 to the next level.
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Join us for an innovative discussion forum and dedicated time of networking. This is an exclusive opportunity for you to join leaders in our community who are shaping the future of the industry.
This session is your opportunity to meet with small groups for a moderated discussion on key areas of interest in the unmanned systems and robotics communities. Discussions will take place for 15-minute intervals, and then groups will switch to meet and engage with new leaders on a different topic.
New for 2018: to broaden engagement and participation across the entire XPONENTIAL audience, this session is now open to all registered attendees and all pass types!
You don't want to miss this unique opportunity to interact, engage and share your ideas!
Wiley Rein LLP
She Flies/ James Cook University
Skyward, A Verizon company
Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre
University of Alabama in Huntsville
• GROUP 1: Navigating a Path for Pilots in STEM
Leader: Sarah Spry, Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre
• GROUP 2: Promoting STEM Opportunities for Girls and Young Women
Leader: Dyan Gibbens, Trumbull Unmanned
• GROUP 3: Life Hacks for Ambitious Women
Leader: Wendy Erikson, Women and Drones
• GROUP 4: Opportunities for Women and Minorities in Government and industry
Speaker: Anna Gomez, Wiley Rein LLP
• GROUP 5: From Startup to Acquisition: Creating Your Seat at the Table
Leader: Jessica Moody, Skyward, A Verizon company
• GROUP 6: Beyond the Pilot – Career Opportunities in Drones
Leader: Abby Speicher, DARTdrones
• GROUP 7: Promoting an Inclusive Culture in Your Business
Leader: Gretchen West, Hogan Lovells
• GROUP 8: Creating a More Female Drone Industry by Changing How Drones are Used
• GROUP 9: Marketing, Positioning and Branding of Women and Companies in UAS and Robotics
Leader: Efrat Fenigson, Airobotics
• GROUP 10: Attracting, Developing, and Retaining Diverse Talent in the Tech Sector
Leader: Suzy Young, University of Alabama in Huntsville
• GROUP 11: DronED - Partnering across continents for STEM engagement
Leader: Karen Joyce, She Flies/James Cook University
• GROUP 12: Leading in Unmanned after the Tempe Tragedy
Leader: Beth Martin, Northrop Grumman
• GROUP 13: Women’s Aspirations in the Work Place – A Data Based Discussion
Leader: Cindy Ng, Intel
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