CRDF Global, with the support of the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs within the U.S. State Department, presents the first webinar in the APEC Women in STEM Principles and Actions Webinar Series.
Through a series of webinars and video media, CRDF Global will highlight American efforts to promote women in STEM, promote American leadership, facilitate further connections to the STEM-focused community in that economy, and encourage organizations, institutions, or businesses to sign on to the APEC Women in STEM Principles and Actions.
The Role of Women in STEM for Sustainable Economic Growth and Science & Technology: The first virtual event will be comprised of participants from STEM institutions, organizations, and businesses in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, and Papua New Guinea and will highlight Principle One (Women in STEM Are Critical to Sustainable Economic Growth and Robust Science and Technology) during the local panel.
Please sign on to the APEC Principles and Actions here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=dFDPZv5a0UimkaErISH0S2tWJTgA1j9OpKy2YH4j8SBUODBWV0FRTjBHSjA3RUQ2UDRVV1dKNExTRi4u
May 18, 2022
Keynote Speaker: Dianne Eldridge, Amazon Worldwide Business Development Lead
Moderator: Dr. Mahaletchumy Arujanan, Global Coordinator at ISAAA Executive Director, Malaysia
Dr. Sri Fatmawati, President of the Indonesian Young Academy of Sciences, Indonesia
See Wai Hun, co-founder and CEO of JurisTech, Malaysia
Ts. Dr. Lim Yang Mooi, Deputy Director of the Institute of Postgraduate Studies & Research at the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
Shanthi Ravindran, Principal Architect of Next Generation Experience for Motorola, Singapore
Shaima Misli, Science Communicator at Seria Energy Lab, Brunei
Winifred Kula Amini, Chair at eNova99 Software Solutions, Papua New Guinea
Interpretation Languages Provided: Indonesian, Malay, and Mandarin