Come to our Infrastructure & Energy Careers event on Weds 16 Nov, in NYC.
Hundreds of you fine women of the Infrastructure & Energy industry in London will know what a roaring success our partnership with the Womens’ Infrastructure Network (WIN ) has been, if you attended either of our brilliantly well-attended Enhancing Your Infrastructure Career panel discussions in recent years. The first one, in 2013, I vividly remember for being the first time I met Nadia Nikolova, alongside a host of other high-flying women I went on to have the pleasure of working with. The second, last year, I remember for being comprehensively out-drunk at the after-show networking drinks by a hardcore squadron of more than 20 women led by Eilidh Mactaggart who, rumour has it, were painting Berkeley Square red long past my bedtime. There is a repeat planned for next Summer, which we hope will continue the trend of growing WIN attendances.
In the meantime, to mark our successful entry into the Americas market with a host of successful engagements with some of Infrastructure & Energy’s leading funds, banks and advisors, we are teaming up with WIN’s US chapter.
On Wednesday 16th November at the W Hotel in midtown Manhattan, I am proud to be moderating a star-studded panel of women at the forefront of Infrastructure & Energy financing and investment:
- Deborah Zurkow, MD and Global Head of Alternatives, Allianz Global Investors
- Laurie Mahon, MD and Global Head of Infrastructure Finance, CIBC
- Jaya Viswanadha, Head of Americas Advisory Group, Credit Agricole
- Maria Kang, Managing Director, Rubicon Infrastructure Advisors
This will be the first of a new 3-seminar series from WIN USA, and will focus on a variety of issues around career opportunities, and the advancement and development of your career generally. After the panel have each given their thoughts there will be a lively Q&A session (if previous events are anything to go by!) followed by an even more lively evening of drinks and canapes with the compliments of your favourite Infrastructure & Energy search firm.
Any women in the Infrastructure & Energy industry are very welcome to attend (subject to our seating capacity – first come, first served), whether you are US-based or just happen to be in NY on the day.
Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to come along!