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Lineup set for Clemson University 2023 Women’s Roundtable


President of Football for Klutch Sports Group and author Nicole Lynn headlines event featuring female executives, scientists, artists and educators.

President of Football for Klutch Sports Group and author Nicole Lynn, Dr. Delphine Dean, Clemson University’s chair of bioengineering who established a diagnostic testing lab for Clemson and its community at the onset of COVID-19, along with a distinguished panel of women leaders from the arts, technology, government and education round out the lineup for the 2023 Clemson University Women’s Roundtable to be held Nov. 2 at the Greenville Convention Center.

Registration is open for the Women’s Roundtable, a developmental and networking opportunity for participants to acknowledge, explore and invest in the promotion of the experiences of girls and women, particularly in STEM fields.

The event brings together approximately 500 participants to emphasize the importance of education, self-care and preservation. It also focuses on the tools and skill sets necessary to navigate educational and professional environments and create opportunities for event participants to build networks of support with each other.

Lynn will deliver the keynote address and Dean, the Ron and Jane Lindsay Family Innovation Professor and Chair of the Department of Bioengineering at Clemson University, is this year’s STEM keynote speaker.

This year’s “Women of Impact” panelists are Emmy-nominated comedy writer Alrinthea Carter, Beth Foster of the U.S. Department of Defense, Eliana Toro of Amazon Web Services, Clemson music professor Linda Li-Bleuel and Holly Brown of GE. Lori Dickes, director of the Faculty ADVANCEment Office, will serve as the panel moderator.

Claudine Miles, co-founder and CEO of Restore More, will facilitate small group roundtable discussions with participants using a series of self-care questions to explore how to build strategies based on what they have learned and mentoring relationships.

Registration fees for the Women’s Roundtable are: 

  • Students (high school, middle school and college) – $25
  • Professionals, chaperones, and community members – $50

You can register and manage your registration via the Women’s Roundtable registration website. Contact with any questions regarding registration. 

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