Women in 3D Printing launches monthly digital panel series

April 14, 2020

Women In 3D Printing (Wi3DP) is launching a new global digital panel series which will feature women leaders in Additive Manufacturing. Led by AM-Cubed and supported by Link3D, Boulder, Colorado, USA, the panel series will take place monthly, with its inaugural edition, ‘Leading AM Through Times of Uncertainty’, scheduled for April 16, 2020, from 08:00–10:00 PDT. 

The first panel session will feature Dara Treseder, Carbon CMO; Marie Langer, EOS CEO; Debbra Rogers, GE Additive CCO; and Kristin Mulherin, AM-Cubed’s President & Founder, as moderator. The participants will discuss what their companies have been doing to address the current coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and what leadership means to them during these times. 

There will also be a live Q&A from attendees and the opportunity for virtual networking.

The agenda for the inaugural panel is as follows:

  • 08:00 – Pre-registration & virtual networking
  • 08:20 – Welcome speech & virtual networking instructions
  • 08:30 – Panel: Leading AM Through Times of Uncertainty
  • 09:30 – Virtual networking reception
  • 10:00 – End of event

Further information and registration details are available here.

www.womenin3dprinting.com

www.am-cubed.com

www.am.link3d.co

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