We are running our first ever online conference for women in STEM on 9/10 November, and would love you to join us! The Finding Ada Conference is a fully online global conference for women in STEM and advocates for gender equality. It will be held on Tuesday 10 November, beginning at 9am in Wellington, New Zealand, and ending 29 hours later at 5pm on the West Coast of America.We have a variety of talks and workshops with live Q&As, interviews and panel discussions with speakers from around the world available to watch as they are streamed. Whether you are a woman in STEM who wants to develop her career, a business leader or HR exec, an educator or parent, or an advocate or community organiser, we are running sessions for you.We have three themes for the day:- Career development: Career advice; professional skills; and personal growth.- Policy and advocacy: Talent acquisition, retention and promotion; returners; business policy, processes and standards; advocacy strategies.- Widening participation: Increasing girls’ interest in STEM; navigating academia; increasing diversity and supporting diverse communities.Our headline speakers are:- Caroline Walker, managing director and EMEA head of diversity and inclusion at J.P. Morgan- DeLisa Alexander, Executive vice president and chief people officer at Red Hat- Chi Onwurah, Member of Parliament for Newcastle upon Tyne CentralAnd as well as a wide variety of individual talks and workshops, we also have four panel discussions covering: - Indigenous Women in STEM- Can Children's Books Encourage More Girls into STEM?- Mitigating the Impacts of COVID-19- Launching and Running an Advocacy Group The conference is absolutely free, so please do share our link with your friends, colleagues and communities, and join us for a fabulous day on 9/10 November!