Sap Women

The Global Perspective: The Rise of Women in STEM Part 2

13 Oct, 2021

SAP and FemaleOneZero are launching a series exploring the rise of women in tech around the world. This second panel discussion focuses on India/Nepal. According to the AISHE report, there are more Indian female graduates (40 - 45%) in STEM at the tertiary level than in nations like the US and Europe. Why is that? And what can we learn from these countries?

Watch our live talk from October 4th:

Choose between the full-length version and the highlight reel, or use the switch below to shift between the two. With the sidebar on the right, you can easily identify the topics you're most interested in and get our speaker’s takes right away.

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Speakers:

  • Sindhu Gangadharan, SVP, SAP User Enablement & MD, SAP Labs India
  • Devina Pasta, Head of Digital, Technology & Innovation, and Strategy - CDO at Siemens Mobility
  • Eeda Rijal, Chief Executive Officer & UI / UX Designer at SochWare, Nepal

Opening note: Christine Regitz, Head of SAP Women In Tech

Moderation: Natascha Zeljko, Co/Founder and Editor-In-Chief of CURAZE/FemaleOneZero

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This article is part of a content cooperation between FemaleOneZero (F10) and SAP SE. In the newly established “Tech Agenda” category on #F10, we aim to present interesting women from SAP Labs worldwide, publish major interviews with thought leaders and background stories on digitization and innovation.

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