MeetUp G.15 Tisch 3 | Halle 3
Thema/Themenreihe: Persönlichkeits- & Kompetenzentwicklung | Wirtschaft, Arbeit & New Work
Midlife Career Mobility & Disruption
Is there life after a break (sabbatical, maternity, caregiving, illness, etc)? Is it too late to make a career switch for women after 40 years of age or having been in an industry for a long time? How can we reinvent ourselves and stay relevant with the times? How do we break into a different industry and start again from ground zero? Come find out and interact with us at this live workshop and session.
Präsentiert von SwissFinTechLadies
Details zum/r Referent/in Elizabeth Chee
Vita: Elizabeth has two decades of international management, industry and startup experience in digital health, mobility, software and services. She is driven by a vision to use technology to better the causes she cares deeply for: Mobility, Healthcare and Education. In particular, she is passionate about supporting inclusive mobility from the elderly to the physically challenged of all ages with sustainable and seamless mobility services through Iomob. She is also keen on improving connectivity and mobility of Health data in her current research while respecting their privacy and ownership. Elizabeth has been invited regularly to speak on a range of topics such as: future of mobility, midlife career changes, blockchain applications driving value-based care, insurtech, financial inclusion and better access to basic Healthcare.
Prior to joining IoMob, Elizabeth had cofounded a blockchain-based healthtech startup in Switzerland for 19 months. Her corporate experience includes Microsoft International, Berlitz International & Development Bank of Singapore. She was recently nominated to the UNESCO 2019 list of “ Remarkable Women in Technology“ on International Women’s Day 2019. She is also actively involved in a number of global non-profit organizations in blockchain, digital health, mentoring and professional development including Women in Tech & Blockchain (International, Swiss & German chapters), Bottish Europe and NTU Alumni, Germany. Elizabeth speaks five languages and holds degrees and executive education from the Nanyang Business School in Singapore, INSEAD and Wharton.