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Maricella Herrera, CEO of Ellevate Network, delivers closing remarks at Mobilize Women 2023.

According to the CDC, 25% of Americans currently live with a disability. With the effects of long COVID, more than one million new workers with disabilities are trying to navigate their new reality right now. And yet, companies have still not figured out how to harness the talent and innovation of this workforce. As we think about the future of work, we must take into consideration our full workforce. Join our panel for a crucial conversation about what we all need to do to create a truly inclusive environment.

This past year, the United States was rocked by the loss of Roe v Wade. AAPI lives were threatened and taken. LGBTQ+ protections eroded. Black voices were seemingly finally heard, only for companies to make it clear that their support was little more than lip service. Worldwide, we've seen women forced back into the shadows by tyrannical rule in Afghanistan, while women in Iran risked their lives to stand up for their most basic rights to autonomy. The entire nation of Ukraine pushed back against an unprovoked invasion from Russia. In a world where employee activism is gaining traction and where political decisions are impacting our health and economic wellbeing more than ever, how can we separate one from the other? Join our panel to find out what you can do as an individual and an employee to push for change.

There are two words in Human Resources, and it's high time companies paid more attention to the human half. In the wake of a global pandemic, national racial unrest, and global catastrophes broadcast straight into our living rooms, it's more than a good thing to acknowledge your employees' humanity - it's an imperative. But what can you actually do to make your workplace more human, no matter what level you're at in your company? To find out, join our panel of women who've directed their companies to boost employee wellbeing, deliver benefits people actually want to use, and put the human back in Human Resources.

Nayana Mallikarjun, Managing Director and US Women’s ERG Lead at Accenture, delivers her keynote speech at Mobilize Women 2023.

If one thing is certain, it's that nothing is certain. A few years ago we would have not imagined such a distributed workforce as we have now, or the effects of access to AI at our fingertips. After a global pandemic, the Ukrainian war, massive technological change, and a looming global recession, we’re all left to wonder - what’s next? How do we ensure our businesses are safe and stable? How do we make sure we are ready and up-skilled for what's to come? Let’s dig into what the future might look like and what do we need to do to prepare.

41 million Americans are caregivers, and 60% of them are employed full- or part-time. But our society isn't set up to support this growing group, which suffers both economic losses and mental health strains from their increased responsibilities. With new trends in the way we work, employers can implement programs and policies to alleviate this crisis. Join our panel of experts to find out what you can do to make a change, whether you're an employer, a caregiver, or someone driven to help.

Jaclyn Howard, Senior Diversity Recruiter at RBC Wealth Management, delivers her keynote speech at Mobilize Women 2023.

According to the United Nations, women and girls experience the greatest impacts of climate change, which in turn amplifies already-existing gender inequalities. In many regions, women bear disproportionate responsibility for gathering food and water. Globally, women are fourteen times more likely to die in climate events and four times more likely to be displaced. We can't fight climate change without recognizing its effect on women worldwide. Join our panel of climate professionals and activists for real, tangible solutions you can implement in your daily life to combat the climate crisis.