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Presented by Port of Seattle

Networking is a crucial part of a successful career. It helps build relationships, grow businesses and develop skills. However, men and women network differently. How can we use this knowledge to become networking experts? 

It’s time to get intentional about how we network and mentor. Join us to learn how to recognize your own power, use it to help others, and foster a community in which people feel empowered to help others at every level. 

Ahmad Daher, Vice President, Denali Advanced Integration
Sean Gardner, Best-Selling Author and Keynote Speaker
Shaunta Hyde, Managing Director, Alaska Airlines

Moderated by:
Janene Drafs, General Manager, Sinclair Broadcast Group 

7:00am: Doors Open, Coffee & Tea, Networking
7:30am: Breakfast Buffet
8:00am: Panel Discussion
9:00am: Q&A
9:15am: Networking

WTCSE cannot issue refunds, however can facilitate a name change on registration to allow for the transfer of tickets.

Save the date for the remaining 2019 Can We Talk? programs:

  • Tuesday, September 17: Vulnerability
  • Wednesday, December 4:  Intersectionality

Gender equality, generational differences, technological advancements – these are just a few of the issues that business leaders of today are facing. The World Trade Center Seattle and Port of Seattle are partnering to create a series of educational programs centered around the difficult, sensitive and important issues in our community. As our country becomes divided, we strive to find common ground in order to support the future. So join us in raising the question – Can We Talk?

Wednesday, July 24, 2019
7:30 – 9:30am

WTCSE Members  

  • Early Bird until July 8: $25
  • On or after July 9: $35


  • Early Bird until July 8: $35
  • On or after July 9: $45

World Trade Center Seattle
2200 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98121  map

Complimentary Valet

Contact the WTCSE Concierge
at concierge@wtcseattle.com or

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