Where can you watch a reality TV star, a Grammy-nominated singer, a pair of buzzed-about filmmakers, and a slew of female execs from some of the world's hottest companies talking business—and life?
Just one place: Fortune's 2016 Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, where rising female leaders gather to discuss business, government, philanthropy, education, and more. This year's attendees include Apple head of Global Consumer Marketing Bozoma Saint John, Making a Murderer filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, and WWE chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon. The two-day confab will be held on Nov. 29 and Nov. 30 in Laguna Niguel, Calif. While the invite-only gathering is sold out, you can still catch all the action on our Fortune.com live stream starting Tuesday at 4:05 pm PST.
Tune in to the stream to catch conversations with women like SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan, Good American co-founders Khloe Kardashian and Emma Grede, and even a live performance by multiplatinum singer-songwriter Jewel.
Follow the Fortune MPW Next Gen Summit coverage on Twitter at #FortuneMPW and watch it live on Fortune.com.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29
4:05 PM: Bozoma Saint John, director, Global Consumer Marketing, iTunes and Apple Music
4:20 PM: THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: Juleanna Glover, principal, The Office of Juleanna Glover; Anna Palmer, senior Washington correspondent and co-author, Playbook, POLITICO; Katie Jacobs Stanton, CMO, Color Genomics
4:35 PM: Lori Goler, global head, People, Facebook
4:50 PM: Melanie Whelan, CEO, SoulCycle
5:05 PM: THE WOMEN OF FORTUNE'S 40 UNDER 40: Hayley Barna, director, Birchbox; venture partner, First Round Capital; Dianne McKeever, chief investment officer, Ides Capital ; Morgan Vawter, chief analytics director, Caterpillar
5:20 PM: LIBERTY AND DENIM FOR ALL: Khloe Kardashian and Emma Grede, founding partners, Good American
5:40 PM: MAKING A MURDERER—HOW THE DOCUMENTARY GOT MADE: Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, creators and filmmakers, Making A Murderer; co-founders, Synthesis Films
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30
9:00 AM: BIG BUSINESS DISRUPTORS: Sara Clemens, COO, Pandora; Heather Dietrick, president, Gizmodo Media Group, Univision; Sophie Watts, president, STX Entertainment
9:20 AM: Maelle Gavet, EVP, Global Operations, The Priceline Group
9:35 AM: NAVIGATING THE HIGH SEAS: Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO, Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Kate McCue, captain, Celebrity Summit, Celebrity Cruises
10:10 AM: Jewel, singer-songwriter (conversation)
1:45 PM: Rachel Holt, regional general manager, Uber Technologies
2:00 PM: Amelia Boone, obstacle racer; corporate attorney, Apple
2:15 PM: ENTREPRENEURSHIP 2016—TALES FROM THE TRENCHES: Natalya Brikner, founder and CEO, Accion Systems; Ashley Eckstein, founder, Her Universe; Kieran Snyder, CEO and co-founder, Textio
2:30 PM: Marianne Cooper, lead researcher, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead; sociologist, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University
2:40 PM: Sallie Krawcheck, founder and CEO, Ellevest
2:50 PM: Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer, WWE
3:05 PM: Mary Civiello, president, Civiello Communications Group
3:15 PM: Katie Telford, chief of staff, Prime Minister of Canada
3:30 PM: NAVIGATING AN UNPREDICTABLE WORLD: Nico Sell, f ounder and chairman, Wickr, Inc., Wickr Foundation; Samantha Vinograd, p ublic policy lead, Stripe
3:45 PM: Obi Felten, director of Foundry, X
4:00 PM: Anne Wojcicki, co-founder and CEO, 23andMe
4:15 PM: Jewel, singer-songwriter (performance)