2017 IAG Conference

2017 “Inspiring Across Generations Conference”

Ascend GW is proud to host our 6th Annual “Inspiring Across Generations” (IAG) Conference. IAG regional conferences gather our corporate and community partners for a day of leadership, mentorship, and relationship development programs to provide valuable insights and benefits for professionals at all career levels from students to seasoned executives.

Hundreds of diversity & inclusion leaders gather every year to learn from past speakers like:

  • Young Bang – Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton;
  • Kimo Kippen – VP of Global Workforce Initiatives, Hilton Worldwide;
  • Robin Thottungal – Chief Data Scientist, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA);
  • Thach Le – CEO of In2itive Software;
  • Javid Baig – Global Senior VP, Sodexo;
  • Jay Sukumaran – Director, Alix Partners;
  • Wes Hom – Former Vice President & Managing Director, IBM & Ascend’s National VP

2016 IAG Photos | 2016 Video Recap

This year we’re excited to bring you a whole new line up of inspiring leadership talks and interactive sessions that offer useful tools and knowledge that can help you achieve various career goals.

Last year’s sponsors played a critical role in the success of the conference and this year is no different. Would your company be interested in joining Ascend GW as a valuable partner? Contact conference chair, Jinny Lee.

So what are you waiting for? Light up YOUR future! Register today and reserve your spot!

  • When: Saturday, November 4th
  • Where: Crystal City Marriott at Reagan National Airport
  • RegistrationEventbrite

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