SCTE-Tuck Adds Women's Focus

The SCTE and Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth are planning a "fireside chat" panel discussion with leading women engineers and two events for women attendees, a networking reception and a luncheon question-and-answer session with Marshall Goldsmith, an executive coach and a leadership expert. The SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program will be conducted April 29 through May 4 at Dartmouth College's Hanover, NH, campus.

Scheduled for May 2, the panel will discuss ways to help women to maximize opportunities in the cable industry. The panel will include Nomi Bergman, president of Bright House Communications; Yvette Kanouff, president of SeaChange International; Charlotte Field, senior vice president, infrastructure and operations, national engineering and technical operations for Comcast; and others.
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