2019 Life Science Women's Conference
October 29 & 30, 2019
The Life Science Women's Conference, co-founded by Patti Rossman and Steve Fiske, is an unparalleled opportunity for women to accelerate their careers in the life science field through mentoring, networking, and education. As president of the life sciences consulting firm, Globiox, headquartered in Austin, Texas, Patti knows the importance of women taking leadership roles in life sciences, thus creating the concept behind The Life Science Women's Conference.
Mentorship, networking, and education are fundamentals to climbing any career ladder and the tools acquired at this event are specifically structured for women seeking advancement. The speakers program is designed to greatly contribute to educational and professional development. Our lineup of presenters will include some of the best and brightest in their distinct field of expertise. These powerful women will be focusing on women's enlightenment, career development, leadership role, networking, mentorship, and empowerment.
The conference will span two days (Oct. 29th & 30th, 2019) at the Tampa Bay Convention Center, located on the water in Tampa, Florida.
2019 LSWC Conference Tracks
- Inspiration from Wonder Women
- Professional Development
- Science and Technology Updates
- Focused Networking Events
What people said about the 2018 Life Science Women's Conference:
"Great event! Met some very cool women in Life Sciences and learned alot. Looking forward to the net year!"
VP Training and Education at Oriel STAT-O-MATRIX
"Congratulations on the success of the first Life Science Women's Conference in Austin earlier this month. It was a very well organized event!"
Senior Manager at Ernst and Young
"Had a wonderful time yesterday facilitating three discussion sessions on the important and somewhat sensitive topics! Met many wonderful women in science & valuable learning from their experiences! Thanks Life Science Women's Conference for this opportunity!"
PhD, Research associate at Texas Crop Science/Research Scientist at The University of Texas Austin