Events
Prev MonthPrev Month Next MonthNext Month
WIT.Connect: Digital Automation Revolution: Impact on Women & Work
KPMG VA
1676 International Dr. 12th Floor, Room 12206
McLean VA, 22102
USA
Thursday, January 18, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM EST
Category: WIT.Connect

Digital automation is coming...actually, it's here already! Robots, drones, self-driving cars, and more. So how will these drastic changes in technology impact how we work, the skills we need to do our jobs, and we can position ourselves to be in significant roles in the future?

This interactive event will discuss these issues as well as how businesses today will utilize intelligent automation systems in order to execute business processes faster and smarter. Intelligent automation empowers employees to interact with customers, co-workers and vendors in efficient and productive ways, yet additional (non IT-dependent) skills, such as expertise with tools that are workflow based, automatically scalable and operating in real-time with advanced analytics, will be needed to oversee the automation.

Come to learn about and network in the digital age!

Registration Fees
$20 WIT Members
$30 Non-Members
$40 On-Site

Register for This Event


Speakers

Claudia Saran
As the leader of KPMG’s People and Change Practice, Ms. Saran works with clients embarking on disruptive change that can be triggered by anything from regulatory pressures or advances in technology, through to mergers and acquisitions or changes in leadership and strategy -­ occasionally, it’s been all of the above. Whatever the context, success requires proactive planning regarding how leaders and the people who are affected by change should interact. Ms. Saran helps guides client leaders and their respective workforce in ways that align with an organization’s culture.

Christen Geiler
Christen Geiler is a Management and Program Analyst, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs (ASPA), Digital. Christen oversees HHS’s implementation and adoption of content services and products, is an Agile product owner for several  ASPA Digital tools and services, and is the lead for the HHS Digital Community.

Christen has an MBA and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Project Management from Regis University in Denver, CO.  She also holds a Master Certificate in Project Management from Villanova University.

Christen resides in VA with her family.

Moderator

Kirke Everson is a managing director in KPMG’s Federal Advisory practice based in McLean, VA focusing on technology enablement, program management, process improvement, cyber security, risk management, and financial management. Kirke primarily supports the Federal Government with clients in the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, and other Federal agencies. He currently serves as the Government lead for Intelligent automation for KPMG in the US. Kirke has extensive experience in leading large programs supporting technology enablement, information systems security, information technology risk management, business process reengineering and financial management in the Federal government. He also has a strong background across the full lifecycle of information technology project delivery and considerable program management experience with large government programs. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified in Risk and Information Systems Controls, Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT, a Project Management Professional and a Certified Government Financial Manager. Kirke is a member of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, Information Systems Audit and Control Association, the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Project Management Institute and the Association of Government Accountants. Kirke was also awarded the National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation in support of efforts to streamline and improve the management of the National Intelligence Program.

 

 


Contact: staff@womenintechnology.org