Attendees of the “Industry 4.0: The Future of Humanity in the Smart Machine Age” event, hosted by the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School in Los Angeles April 2, will be treated to a unique women in leadership common ground discussion, featuring Dalana Brand of Twitter, Alison Lewis of Johnson & Johnson, and other female leaders.
The featured discussion, done in collaboration with the Pepperdine Graziadio Center for Women in Leadership, will look at how the Fourth Industrial Revolution requires fresh leadership perspectives, and how women are uniquely poised to succeed as a result.
Dalana Brand, VP of people rewards and experience for Twitter, brings nearly 17 years of professional experience to the discussion, with previous stints with Electronic Arts, Whirpool and Tazaki North America. Alison Lewis, chief marketing officer for Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc., spent 18 years with Coca-Cola and another six with Kraft Foods before joining J&J.
The “Industry 4.0” event is being held to mark the 50th anniversary of the Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, with a full-day academic conference, featuring speakers ranging from Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer, Salim Ismail, founding executive director of Silicon Valley business incubator institution Singularity University, Alex Grimwad, SVP and CIO of Twentieth Century Fox Television, and more.
MESA newsletter readers can receive a discounted rate for the event of $99 ($155 value), which includes complimentary admission to a special networking event following the conference. Select the “Pepperdine Partner” ticket type and use the code PEPPFRIENDS.