Kate Brodock is CEO of Women 2.0. She's played an active leadership role in the women in tech ecosystem for the past decade, having led a global non-profit focused on women in technology and entrepreneurship as its President for several years.
Most recently, she was CMO of untapt, an AI-driven tech talent marketplace based in NYC. She's also held the role of Adjunct Professor in both PR and Marketing at at Syracuse University.
Kate has spoken on women in tech, marketing, technology and entrepreneurship at numerous events such as SXSWi, Collision Conference, Fast Company Innovation Uncensored, NWX, and TEDx, and has been featured in HuffPo, IBT, MCNBC, TechCrunch and Al Jazeera America. She also writes regularly for Forbes, covering women in technology, entrepreneurship and leadership.
Kate has held past positions as Director of the W2O Group Center for Social Commerce at the Newhouse School of Public Communication at Syracuse University and Executive Director of Digital and Social Media for Syracuse University, and founded and led the Other Side Group.
Kate holds a BA from the University of Rochester, an MBA from Goizueta Business School at Emory University and an MA in International Relations from the Fletcher School at Tufts University.
When she’s not doing all *that*, she’s a very non-professional (but adventurous!) athlete, an equally as non-professional musician, can be found outdoors in any weather — skiing, biking, hiking, sailing — loves a good meal with bubbly, craft beer and good friends, hilariousness and life. Her husband is a web-developer-turned-beer-guy and they now live on a hops farm in Upstate, NY. She can be found on Twitter at @just_kate.
Elisa Miller-Out is an entrepreneur, investor and community builder. She’s currently COO of Women 2.0 and co-founder of CourseQ, a chatbot startup. She’s also managing director of the Finger Lakes Fund, an early stage angel investment fund.
Elisa recently had a successful exit from Singlebrook, a custom software services firm that she co-founded and ran for 10 years. Singlebrook has Fortune 500, higher education and nonprofit clients from all over the world including: Cornell, Yale, Henry Schein, Hitachi, the Sierra Club, the Environmental Defense Fund and more.
Elisa has been featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes and other publications, and she speaks about technology and entrepreneurship at events across the country. Prior to founding Singlebrook, Elisa founded two other companies and worked in a variety of industries in New York City. She has also founded several networking groups and regularly serves as a mentor and judge for startup accelerators and competitions. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Barnard College of Columbia University.
When she’s not working, Elisa enjoys local foods, Crossfit, swimming in waterfalls, reading and spending time with her husband and two daughters and her big extended family. She can be found on Twitter at @ElisaMillerOut.