We have put together carefully curated panels of high profile speakers and thought leaders to talk and share their vision for the future of work in STEM, and the important role women have to play in their fields.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from the thought leaders and industry gurus themselves, on the imporatnce of transferable skills a STEM education equips you with, and how to prepare yourself for future STEM careers that are not even around today!
4:30PM | PANEL 06
The Next Generation STEM Careers
What is the future of work going to be in STEM? What are the next generation of careers in STEM fields that are not even created yet? How can we prepare to succeed in these careers today? Come and find out the answers to these questions and more from some of the best brains in their chosen fields!
Director, Talent Development Division Director, Planning, Strategy and Data Division
Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA)
Head of Department Connected Security
STMicroelectronics Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
Head, Enterprise Risk Management, Technology
Standard Chartered Bank
Dr. Malika Meghjani
Assistant Professor in the Computer Science and Design Pillar
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Head of PR & Communications
Porsche Asia Pacific
5:30PM | PANEL 08
Why Everyone Needs a STEM Foundation
What are some skills a STEM education equips you with? Are these transferable to other areas? Come and listen to industry leaders as they share how they are leveraging their STEM skills to succeed in other fields.
Dr Lakshmi Ramachandran
Science Leadership Coach & Keynote Speaker
Dr. Hsien-Hsien Lei
American Chamber of Commerce
Head of APAC Start Ups & SMB Sales
United Women Singapore
6:30PM | FIRESIDE CHAT
Why STEM needs You?
Come and hear from a woman who has risen to leadership role in a male-dominated field! In this candid sharing with Haslinda Amin, Ms. Gan Siow Huang, Minister of State, Ministry of Education & Ministry of Manpower, will share her own unique journey, while highlighting the importance of different perspectives, the need for closing the gender gap in STEM to ensure a more equitable, creative, and inclusive future, benefiting society as a whole.
Chief International Correspondent
Ms Gan Siow Huang
Minister of State,
Ministry of Education & Ministry of Manpower