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#PowerHour With Kate Brodock: How To Get Into Leadership

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Oct. 16 2019, Published 8:00 p.m. ET

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Want to be a manager, director, or executive? This Power Hour is for you!

Women are commonly left out of the leadership conversation, but many aspire to get those roles.

Getting into  a leadership role requires being strategic. Kate Brodock will join us on October 17th 5th to talk about how young women can take the leap into leadership. Kate will also let us know what to do when they get there to be successful.

Kate is Founding Partner of W Fund and CEO of Women 2.0. She’s lived in the tech startup world for over 15 years, and has played an active leadership role in the women in tech ecosystem for over a decade, having led a global organization focused on women in technology and entrepreneurship as its President for several years.

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She’s also COO at Atribute, a corporate EdTech startup based out of San Francisco, an EIR at LaunchNY, and a long-time mentor for Techstars. She enjoys putting her 15-year experience in the tech industry to work advising and mentoring startups.

She was recently CMO of untapt, an AI-driven tech talent marketplace based in NYC and has held the role of Adjunct Professor in PR and Marketing at at Syracuse University.

Kate has spoken at and been featured in numerous places, including SXSWi, Collision Conference, Fast Company’s Innovation Uncensored, IBT, MSNBC, TechCrunch and Al Jazeera America and writes for Forbes.

She has a BA from the University of Rochester, an MBA from Goizueta Business School at Emory University and an MA in International Relations from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.

When she’s not doing all *that*, she’s a very non-professional (but adventurous!) athlete, an equally as non-professional musician, can be found outdoors in any weather — skiing, biking, hiking, sailing — loves a good meal with bubbly, craft beer and good friends, hilariousness and life. She tries hard to read when she can, non-fiction only. Her husband is a startup-web-developer-turned-beer-guy and they now live on a hops farm in Upstate.

Join us Thursday, October 17th for an amazing Power Hour chat with an amazing woman.

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