By Ellen McGirt
November 28, 2016

Good morning and happy re-entry:

Just a quick post today, as I’m on my way out west to talk about diversity, culture and so much more at the Fortune‘s 2016 Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, which is being held on November 29 and 30th, in Laguna Niguel.

I’m looking forward to being in the room with all the up-and-coming women leaders who are charting the path ahead for business, but also philanthropy, culture, government and so much more.

Among the attendees are Apple’s head of Global Consumer Marketing Bozoma Saint John, Making a Murderer filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, and WWE chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon. There will be a Kardashian, as well.

My first panel, Your Talent Rx, is tomorrow at 2pm Pacific time. On stage will be four extraordinary women – Natasha Granholm, Partner, PwC; Keli Lee, Managing Director of International Content, Platforms and Talent, ABC Studios International; Rachel Roy, Founder, Rachel Roy; and Adrienne Trimble, General Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, Toyota Motor North America.

We’re going to spend some time digging into how they see the world changing, and specifically, and how their best practices around diversity and inclusion make their businesses stronger and the world around them better.

As always, I’ve got you top of mind, so please, send along any burning questions if you’ve got them. You can watch the livestream here; follow along on Twitter at #FortuneMPW.


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