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Diana Munoz-Robino
Women’s presence in the workforce is nonnegotiable. The World Economic Forum states that if we continue at this pace, it would take us centuries to achieve equality.
Diana Muñoz-Robino
Global Enterprise Partnerships SVP at Mastercard, speaking at the IE Women in Business Club’s Annual Conference
Jamie Susskind
Social media platforms change the way we deliberate, because we are presented with information that we like or agree with because of an algorithm.
Jamie Susskind
Author, barrister and former Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, speaking at Club de Madrid | IE
Kelly Palmer
The most sought-after skills are agility with knowledge, curiosity, and a desire to learn more.
Kelly Palmer
Co-founder of Degreed, former LinkedIn CLO, and author of ‘The Expertise Economy’, speaking at enlightED | IE
Gilles Lipovetsky
Passion can only be fought by other passions. Reason is weak.
Gilles Lipovetsky
Philosopher and sociologist, speaking at IE
Maya Mirchandani
Social media is currently the biggest source of information for almost everyone. There’s no liability, and yet they function as a newsroom.
Maya Mirchandani
Senior Fellow at the Observer Research Foundation, speaking at Club de Madrid | IE
Rebeca Grynspan
The quality of education varies widely in Latin America, and this is the main risk factor for intergenerational transmission of social inequality.
Rebeca Grynspan
Secretary-General of the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB), speaking at enlightED | IE
Dario Gil
The combination of “bits + neurons + qubits” will revolutionize computing, with broad implications for all of us.
Darío Gil
Global Research Director at IBM, speaking at enlightED | IE
Jorge Cerdio
Law firms have to be innovative and capable of predicting future needs.
Jorge Cerdio
Dean of the Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology (ITAM), speaking at enlightED | IE
Carissa Veliz
Disinformation and propaganda have been around since the advent of politics. What is new in our digital age is that they are now personalized.
Carissa Véliz
Research Fellow at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford, speaking at enlightED | IE
Mariya Gabriel
I firmly believe that the strongest key elements are skills and education. We need to invest in them. That’s our duty as public institutions.
Mariya Gabriel
Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society at the European Commission, speaking at Club de Madrid | IE
Nathalie Picquot
We have to be able to adapt to new environments by having a positive attitude and an open mind and believing it is possible.
Nathalie Picquot
CEO of Twitter Spain, speaking at IE
Pedro Polo
The power of teams increases because of diversity.
Pedro Polo
CEO of Mercer Spain, speaking at IE
Nanjira Sambuli
We need to form a roadmap on how to build a web that serves humanity.
Nanjira Sambuli
Senior Policy Manager at the World Wide Web Foundation, speaking at Club de Madrid | IE

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