Ima Kadima, Women In Wireless and Digital Eve Israel are proud to present our first joint event:
There are two books leading the conversation about women in the workplace: Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg, who argues that women need to push themselves more in the workplace to be heard and considered; and
Unfinished Business by Anne Marie Slaughter that urges us to reconsider whether women really can “have it all.”
We will hear from a panel of women who will present for three minutes each to explain where they see themselves on the spectrum of Leaning In, or Not Having it All. We will then open the floor to a general discussion of the challenges we face as professional moms and women, and share ideas about how we can take our careers to the next level.
30 NIS entry fee that can go towards your order at Tmol Shilshom.
Stefanie Amini is Co Founder of Gossip media, a startup marketing agency and Co Founder & President of Women in Wireless. She is a lover of coffee, conversations and connecting people to reach their personal goals. She has led several startups in their growth and is currently building a startup with her sister.
Avigail Levine heads the marketing for Aleph VC, a 150M Israeli VC. Prior to Aleph, Avigail was an associate at Shibolet & Co. and before that she held a few legal positions in the government. Avigail runs and an initiative called Let’s Go Public, a workshop for women in tech focusing on improving negotiations and presentation skills.
Leemor Machnai is the proud mom of 2 to 4 kids (depending how you count), and is the owner of Machnai Weiss & Partners Ltd., a global executive search firm. Leemor is also Co-Chair of Digital Eve Israel. A “no glass ceiling” believer, Leemor also believes in women's power to change how things are done, both in business and life.
Devora Mason, Business Development and Operations manager at Voiceitt and a single mom of five, specializes in small to mid size company management in Israel and the US. Devora was one of the first bloggers for the Times of Israel, is a mentor for women in executive positions, and loves to run and dance salsa whenever she can. She believes that you can have it all but if you lean in too far, you might fall over.
Cori Widen is the CEO of an early-stage, seed funded startup, RoadShows. She’s the mother of an awesome 4 year old, lives in Jerusalem, and is passionate about excellent products and women in tech. Cori is also the Founder of ImaKadima, a non-profit organization run by Naava Shafner, that empowers working and career-minded women in Israel.
Aliza Levitt Gillman is a cognitive behavioral therapist in a private practice, as well as giving seminars and workshops. Mother to 4, she spends her time working, battling the laundry demons, being a walk-on to a variety of home theater performances and despairing of ever doing any of her Pinterest projects. She can be found most evenings brainstorming her next move over a glass of wine.