Gender Diversity in Technology: Film Screening & Panel: Hosted by John Hancock in Partnership with Continuum

Boston HUBweek

Continuum is excited to be teaming up with HUBweek along with John Hancock’s Lab of Forward Thinking (LOFT) and Global Woman’s Alliance to host the a film screening and panel. This event promises to be excellent, but don't take our word for it alone:

"Manulife/John Hancock’s Lab of Forward Thinking (LOFT) and Global Women’s Alliance, in partnership with Continuum Boston, invite you to join us for a screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, to be followed by a panel discussion focusing on gender diversity in technology.

CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap, is a documentary that investigates the persistent gender and minority gap in the technology industry. We encourage you to view a trailer of the film here. At the conclusion of the screening, we will be joined by an esteemed panel of women in technology, including Rachel Murray (She Geeks Out), Suelin Chen (Cake), Heddy Stern (Pivotal), Heather Reavey (Continuum), and Sandeep Tatla (John Hancock).

All attendees are invited to attend a catered reception following the conclusion of our program. Share your experience and start a discussion on a social media during the event, by using #LOFTWelcomes."

Image source: Rene Schwietzke via Creative Commons.

  • Reavey Heather
    Heather Reavey
    Head of Practice Innovation

    Heather thinks about where innovation is going and shapes EPAM Continuum’s people, practices, and processes to be there first.

    She has dedicated her career to innovation—doing it, leading it, and teaching it. She began as an envisioner, focused on designing human-centered strategies and demystifying complexity through storytelling that helps catalyze organizations to take action. Over her 16 year career, Heather has led teams and helped launch game-changing ideas and strategies for Procter & Gamble, Insulet, American Express, United Healthcare, and BBVA.

    She has taught strategy and design at Syracuse University, Harvard Business School, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Massachusetts College of Art and Design.