The Women in Technology Luncheon is hosted annually by the HPA Women in Post and SMPTE.
This year our guest speaker is Madeline Di Nonno, Executive Director of the Geena Davis Institute.
The research that The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media performs, centers around how media portrays women and girls and how negative gender stereotypes influence cultural and social behaviors and beliefs.
Madeline will share the latest findings from the Institute's new machine learning media metrics tool GD-IQ, Geena Davis Inclusion Quotient analysis of the top family films of 2017.
Held in conjunction with SMPTE 2017, the luncheon will take place in the Vantage Room, on the 5th Level of the Hollywood & Highland Center.
SMPTE 2017 is the world’s premier forum for the exploration of media and entertainment technology. Find out more about SMPTE at www.smpte.org
SMPTE 2017 includes three days of technical sessions, two high-tech exhibition halls, special events including the Annual Awards Gala, and the SMPTE-HPA Student Film Festival, plus a pre-conference Symposium, bringing you unparalleled opportunities for professional development, relationship building, and “mind sharing.” Presenters and attendees include world-renowned technology thought-leaders.