Panel Discussion: Women in Technology

Event Details | Event Overview | Speaker Profiles

Event Details

Date: September 14, 2012
Time: 8:00 – 10:00 PDT (Breakfast @ 7:30 PDT)
Venue: Hilton Bellevue, 300, 112th Avenue Southeast, Bellevue, WA 98004, USA


Event Overview

Infosys is hosting a panel of experienced executives from leading organizations to discuss the issues, challenges, and opportunities today's women face at work in sectors like science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

Why attend?
Join this discussion to share your views on the position of women working in technology and related sectors, and discover what this means for an industry in need of educated professionals. Here’s the list of speakers:


  • Magali Muratore, Vice President, Starbucks Corporation
  • Nathalie D’Hers, General Manager – Client and Site Services, Microsoft Corporation
  • Susan R. Gellatly, Director, The Boeing Company


  • Lisa Kidd, Head of Human Resources – North America, Infosys Limited

Who should attend?
Technology professionals who are interested in resolving issues faced by women working in the STEM sector.

To confirm your participation, please RSVP to


Speaker Profiles

Nathalie D'Hers

Nathalie D'Hers, General Manager – Client and Site Services, Microsoft Corporation

Nathalie D'Hers is responsible for client desktop strategy, including client desktop services and manageability, hardware standards, application and OS deployment, Client Dogfood, Client Health, and Unassisted Support. She is also accountable for site services and operations, in addition to providing onsite technical assistance to Microsoft users and sites. In her role, Nathalie is focused on driving improvements to the client experience and end-user productivity.

Susan R. Gellatly

Susan R. Gellatly, Director, The Boeing Company

Susan R. Gellatly leads her team with consistency and integrity across key projects, services, and their associated investments to ensure alignment with long-range business plans and goals for the organization’s IT infrastructure. Additionally, Susan is responsible for the implementation of IT service management.


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