The LSESU Women in Business Society is one of the largest and most sponsored career-oriented societies at LSE with a unique focus of championing gender equality within the corporate world.
A community of over 500 highly ambitious students with a keen interest in banking, consulting, alternative investments and many other industries, you can join them to be a part of their diverse and inclusive community that supports and uplifts one another, whilst forging strong friendships!
The Women in Business Conference (WiBCON), aims to bring together prominent men and women to speak about their experiences in high-demand professions to students looking to explore such career avenues. At the same time, the conference will have an emphasis on sparking dialogue about how gender issues have evolved in the workplace- we’d love for our speakers to offer their take on this since they experience the workplace gender climate firsthand.
For the first time, WIBCON will be free and open to anyone and everyone in the world. The event will be held virtually and attendees will have the opportunity to hear from and interact with prominent speakers from various industries such as finance, tech, consulting, law and entrepreneurship.
OPENING KEYNOTE SPEAKER, 14TH NOVEMBER
Anuja Mandore – Pathways Operations Manager Amazon
OPENING KEYNOTE SPEAKER, 15TH NOVEMBER
Wong Mei Wai – Founder, CEO & Chief Change Catalyst APAC Global Advisory Pvt. Ltd
CLOSING KEYNOTE SPEAKER, 15TH NOVEMBER
Alice Painton-Clarke- Cloud Strategy & Transformation Consultant PA Consulting
Michelle Wong- Latham & Watkins HK
Natalie Peacock- DLA Piper
Rochelle Silva Linklaters
Samanah Duran – BEYOUROWN
Melissa Snover – Rem3dy Group
Cindy Yao – Health Bean Ltd
Mei Yan Tan – Microsoft
Lydia Wei – Accenture
Kate Stepp – FactSet
Megan Ng – Morgan Stanley
Annabelle Lee – HSBC
Camila Rivas – Ohana CBD
Cynthia Abyadi – Black Geographers
Verica Krunic – Marakon Consulting
Priyal Agarwal – Accenture
Marta Adan Ballester – Monitor Deloitte
Huiyi Ma- Monitor Deloitte