Celebrating Women's History Month

On March 24, 2021, ITT and the National Women’s Hall of Fame proudly teamed up to present a virtual roundtable discussion on Innovation & Inclusion. A copy of the recording is available here for those unable to make the event. Please feel free to share the link with friends, family and colleagues as well. 

The event was hosted by Moderator, Beverly Ryder and four incredible panelists, Carlotta LaNier (youngest member of the ‘Little Rock 9’ who integrated an Arkansas high school) Jean Kilbourne (internationally recognized for her work on the image of women in advertising and critical studies of alcohol and tobacco advertising), Jerri Lacks (granddaughter of medical icon, Henrietta Lacks) and Sarah Deer (Native American Attorney and educator working to end violence against Women), all of whom are past inductees of the National Women’s Hall of Fame and trailblazers for equality.

Participants were able to hear each panelist’s story of how she pioneered change for Women and People of Color, ask questions, self-reflect, and learn about resources and ways to continue to create inclusive environments.