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With Sanyin Siang (Dir. Fuqua Center On Leadership & Ethics COLE @ Duke), Kristen Titus (Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, NY State), Kate Merton (Head of Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS).
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 08:30 AM   Absolutely Free
NY Genome Center, 101 6th Ave
 
     
 
 
              

            
 
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As JLABS @ NYC enters into Launch mode, it has got us thinking.. What does it take to achieve a successful & sustainable Launch? Please join us at JLABS @ NYC for a fireside chat withKate Merton & Kristen Titus,moderated by Sanyin Siang author of The Launch Book: Motivational Stories to Launch Your Idea, Business or Next Career. Speaking from their own diverse background they will investigate what it takes to launch successfully in any businessturns out it has a lot more to do with mindset than you may think
Speakers: Sanyin Siang | CEO Coach, Author & Executive Director, Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) at Duke University read bio Kristen Titus | Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, New York State read bio Kate Merton | Head, JLABS @ NYC & Boston read bio
Agenda: 08:30 AM | Registration, Book Sale / Signing & Networking Breakfast 09:00 AM | Fireside Chat 09:45 AM | Q&A 10:00 AM | Book Sale & Signing 10:30 AM | Program Close About the Book: It's tough to come to terms with any change from the status quo. The simple fear of failure prevents many from ever taking that first step outside of their comfort zone. The Launch Book: Motivational Stories to Launch Your Idea, Business or Next Career, is a compact leadership book that includes quick & easy behavioral science-based exercises to help you actualize any new "launch." Short, punchy chapters are peppered with wisdom gleaned from the author's experiences as well as practical advice from an assemblage of industry leaders from Apple, HP & the NFL Whether you are an entrepreneur in search of your next entrepreneurial reading or simply interested in taking the leap into your own unknown, The Launch Book can help serve as your field guide for success. Because initiating any successful & sustainable launch has very little to do with skill or talent, & everything to do with mindset. Location: New York Genome Center 101 6th Ave New York, New York 10280 Participating Representatives: Sanyin Siang | CEO Coach, Author & Executive Director, Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) at Duke University Sanyin helps leaders launch & create value by focusing on mindset, behavioral change, & team & culture building. Sanyin is a CEO Coach, Author, & the Executive Director of the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership & Ethics (COLE) at Duke University. The COLE center is a leadership laboratory that engages all of Duke's Daytime MBA students & convenes high-level think tank gatherings to explore today's complex leadership opportunities & challenges. Sanyin coaches C-suite executives & is in the original cohort of Marshall Goldsmith's 100 Coaches. She is an advisor for GV (former Google Ventures), Duke Corporate Education, & the Sports Innovation Lab. Her thought leadership has appeared in Forbes, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, & CNN. She has more than 830,000 LinkedIn followers. She is a LinkedIn 2017 Top 10 Influencer & a 2018 Thinkers50 On the Radar. She has served on boards of startups & nonprofits including the National Board of the Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center, the Governing Board of the Emily Krzyzewski Center, & Museum of Life & Science. Her award-winning & best-selling book, The Launch Book: Motivational Stories for Launching Your Idea, Business, or Next Career helps readers build the leadership mindset for addressing change Kristen Titus | Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, New York State Kristen is the Chief Technology & Innovation Officer of New York, leading the State's digital & tech policy portfolios. She is the former Founding Executive Director of the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline & Girls Who Code. In NYC, Kristen led the Mayor's $10 million commitment to support the growth of the tech sector. Her work in the administration mobilized 150 industry executives & thought leaders alike in support of first-of-its-kind policy & programming, including a new, multi-million dollar training & education portfolio, investments to realign 15 of the city's top colleges, & the historic launch of Computer Science for All, serving 1.1 million New Yorkers. Her work has served as model for President Obama's recently launched TechHire initiative & is now replicated in 50+ cities, from Rochester to London. Previously, Kristen was the founding Executive Director of Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit working to close the gender gap in technology & engineering. Recognizing her work in the field, Kristen was named one of TIME Magazine's "30 People Under 30 Changing the World," one of Business Insider's 2014 Most Influential Young People in Tech, one of Forbes' Women Changing the World, & Elle Magazine's "11 Women Who Might Just Change the World." Her work in the New York tech community has been widely recognized; she was one of Business Insider's Silicon Alley 100, & noted as one of its 30 Most Important Women Under 30 in Tech. Kristen was named an Aspen Ideas Festival Scholar in 2013. Kristen is a former consultant to nonprofit organizations, foundations, & corporate partners working at the intersection of philanthropy & technology, & the former Managing Director of Jumo.com, the social network for the social sector from Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes. She sits on the Board of Refugees United & CODE2040, is a member of the Guggenheim's Global Innovation Group & an Advisor at Grand Central Tech, GlobalGiving & Crisis Text Line. Kate Merton | Head, JLABS @ NYC & Boston As Head of Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS in New York, Kate is responsible for external engagement, innovation sourcing, company onboarding, portfolio management, operational excellence, educational programming & P&L. She catalyzes & supports the translation of science & technology into valuable solutions for patients & consumers across the pharmaceutical, medical device, consumer & healthtech sectors. Kate joins JLABS with 15 years of experience working across the Healthcare industry, starting in R&D before moving onto roles in Marketing, Business Development, External Alliances, Medical Affairs, Health Outcomes & most recently Disruptive Innovation. During her career Kate has been part of teams that have discovered new drugs, worked to develop & gain approval for blockbuster diabetes products & is passionate about being part of the future of healthcare where science intersects with the rapid advancements in health care technology. Kate holds an undergraduate degree in Pharmacology & Toxicology from King's College London, & a PhD in Pharmacology & Toxicology from University of California, Irvine Medical School. She received her MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
 
 
 
 
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