It’s that time of year again! Time for Fortune‘s Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, that is.
The 2017 meeting of innovative, industry-disrupting women will take place in Laguna Nigel, Calif. on November 13th and 14th. If you didn’t snag an invite, don’t worry—you can still watch many of the one-on-one interviews, panel discussions, and performances right here, starting Monday afternoon. This year’s speakers include Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe, Olympic soccer player Hope Solo, former U.S. CTO Megan Smith, and singer-songwriter Estelle.
The full agenda is below (all times are Pacific):
Monday, November 13
4:10 PM: DESIGNING A UNICORN
How Houzz built a community—and created a new market—in home design.
Adi Tatarko, co-founder and CEO, Houzz
4:25 PM LEADING AND BELIEVING
How a pioneer in advertising turned her faith-based differences into C-suite advantages.
Sarah Hofstetter, CEO, 360i
4:40 PM CHANGING THE CULTURE, ONE SWIPE AT A TIME
Bumble’s founder reinvented what it means to build a successful dating app. Now she aims to do the same to the way we approach our careers.
Whitney Wolfe, founder and CEO, Bumble
5:00 PM #METOO. NOW WHAT?
More and more women are coming forward, sharing their stories of assault and harassment in Silicon Valley, Hollywood and beyond. But what comes next? What are the cultural and legal changes we should all push for in the fight against the unacceptable status quo in many workplaces?
Michele Landis Dauber, Frederick I. Richman Professor of Law; Professor of Sociology, Stanford
Christa Quarles, CEO, OpenTable
Niniane Wang, founder and CEO, Evertoon
Amy Ziering, producer and director
5:20 PM INTERVIEW AND PERFORMANCE
Estelle, singer, songwriter, producer, and actress
Tuesday, November 14
8:50 AM MAKING NEWS
Lessons from best friends who turned their passion into a business that has changed the media landscape.
The Skimm founders Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin
9:10 AM DISRUPTING FASHION
Using technology, Rebecca Minkoff continues to push fashion forward. How she masters the art of disruption and what she plans to do next.
Rebecca Minkoff, Co-founder and Creative Director, Rebecca Minkoff
9:25 AM SHAPING THE POLITICAL FUTURE
A new generation of young leaders is running for office in 2018. Those who are already on the campaign trail explain their reasons for running, their successes and challenges, and their visions for the future.
Christina Hagan (R), Member, Ohio House of Representatives for the 50th District; Candidate for Ohio’s 16th Congressional District
Erika Harold (R), Candidate for Illinois Attorney General
Talley Sergent (D), Candidate for West Virginia’s Second Congressional District
Krish O’Mara Vignarajah (D), Candidate for Maryland Governor
9:50 AM TALES FROM THE VC TRENCHES
There is a science and an art to picking successful startups. Why do some entrepreneurs succeed…and others fail? We hear from a veteran expert.
Juliet de Baubigny, senior partner, Kleiner Perkins
10:05 AM EXERCISING HER POWER
Sarah Robb O’Hagan is reinventing the gym industry…again. The former Equinox president talks about beating back failure to reach a CEO job that can motivate us all.
Sarah Robb O’Hagan, Founder, ExtremeYOU; CEO, Flywheel Sports
12:10 PM AFTER THE GOLD
Taking on new challenges—on and off the field.
Hope Solo, World Cup and Olympic Champion Goalkeeper
12:25 PM GETTING CREATIVE WITH GIVING
Three disruptors in philanthropy explain new ways to make an impact—and a profit.
Anne Black, president, Goldman Sachs Gives, Goldman Sachs
Sandra Liu Huang, head of product, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Kim Rubey, global head of social impact and philanthropy, Airbnb
12:45 PM SESSION TO BE ANNOUNCED
1:00 PM MOONSHOT MINDSET
Instead of a mere 10%, a “moonshot” aims for a 10x improvement over what currently exists. The combination of a huge problem, a radical solution to that problem, and the breakthrough technology that just might make that solution possible, is the essence of a moonshot. How can companies create their own moonshot factories?
Obi Felten, director, Foundry, X an Alphabet company
2:40 PM FINDING HER NEW POWER
Megan Smith, 3rd U.S. CTO, CEO shift7
Puneet Kaur Ahira, co-founder and chief architect, shift7
3:00 PM SESSION TO BE ANNOUNCED
3:15 PM RACING TO MAKE HISTORY
The next big thing for this New York City-raised, Stanford-educated NASCAR phenom and STEM education advocate is betting that “nice girls can win (races).”
Julia Landauer, CEO and racer, Julia Landauer Racing
3:30 PM SESSION TO BE ANNOUNCED
3:50 PM SESSION TO BE ANNOUNCED
3:55 PM THE BLACK CEILING
Jamie-Clare Flaherty, director of strategic initiatives, Obama Foundation
Tracey Patterson, senior manager, Accenture
Bärí Williams, head of business operations, North America, StubHub
4:15 PM #ICANTKEEPQUIET
MILCK, performance artist
4:30 PM PUTTING IT ALL ON THE TABLE
A look inside the true story of a high-stakes adventure in the world of underground poker
Molly Bloom, author, Molly’s Game