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Everything You Need to Know About the 2024 Chief in Tech Summit

With the tech industry is transforming on what seems to be a daily basis, understanding the dynamics of leadership, especially for women and minorities, has never been more critical.  

Enter the annual Chief in Tech Summit, a beacon of light and learning for those ready to drive change and lead their orgs with confidence. Set against the backdrop of the global conversation on diversity and inclusion, this year’s event is going to be a pivotal event for tech leaders IT trend-watchers alike.  

Below, we put together a comprehensive guide about the event and why the 2024 Chief in Tech Summit promises to be an enlightening experience for all who attend. 

About the event 

Themed “Women Leading the Way Forward,” the Chief in Tech Summit not only challenges the status quo–it’s a rallying cry for changing the game in leadership.  

Set for April 23, 2024, this mainly virtual event offers women and minorities in tech a unique chance to boost their careers through leadership skill development. 

More importantly, the remote nature of the summit enables participants from around the globe to tune in from the comfort of their homes or offices. The Chief in Tech Summit promises an engaging curriculum led by exciting roster of keynote speakers that are designed around the needs and aspirations of women, minorities, and allies in the tech industry.  

Here are a few of the sessions that participants can look forward to at the event: 

  • Navigating the C-suite as a working mother 
  • Management & digital transformation 
  • Breaking the glass ceiling 
  • Diversity, equity, inclusion & allyship 
  • And many more 

Though relatively new to the scene, the Chief in Tech Summit is part of the broader Women in Tech Global Conference, an established initiative that has been at the forefront of promoting diversity and inclusion within the tech industry for several years. 

By focusing on actionable insights and real-world experiences, the summit aims to equip attendees with the tools they need to succeed and thrive as leaders. 

An invite-only dinner 

Called the “Chief in Tech Executive Dinner”, this exclusive bash in New York City offers a chance to dive deep into discussions about the hurdles your organization might be facing, all while enjoying some top-notch food and drinks.  

It also is your golden ticket to rub elbows with the who’s who of the tech world. Attendees from previous years include executives from EY, GE HealthCare, Google, Microsoft, Lyft, NASA, and Salesforce among many more leading companies. 

If you’re looking to make moves and forge lasting connections in tech, this evening is where you want to be. Just keep in mind that you have to apply to attend the dinner

Admission and Pricing 

While the exact price of admission is subject to change, prospective attendees can attend at various pricing tiers that offer a variety of access to the event: 

  • Women in Tech Ally Ticket: $99 
  • Global Conference All Access VIP Ticket: $119 
  • Executive Dinner Ticket – Chief in Tech Networking Event in NYC: $799 
  • Executive Founding Membership – Chief in Tech Networking Event NYC: $1,199 

It’s worth noting, however, that the Executive Dinner Ticket and Executive Founding Membership Ticket are invite-only tickets that require potential attendees to apply to join before purchase. 

In brief 

Whether you’re assessing your comfort zone before diving into new ventures, taking small steps towards leadership development, or embracing the possibilities that come with being at the forefront of tech, the Chief in Tech Summit does provide a unique opportunity to learn, connect, and grow. 

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Jena Hodgson

Jena is a seasoned expert in creating compelling B2B content who built her career at various tech startups, marketing agencies, and corporate enterprises. As a "digital trendsetter," she leverages her analytical and creative skills as a contributing writer for CTO Magazine where she reports on tech trends and innovations in the workplace.
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