WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) today announced that its Senior Executive Summit (SES) has sold out for 2014. Presented in partnership with the Stanford Graduate School of Business, this master class immersion program combines the power of WICT's proven leadership development programs with the excellence of Stanford's top-rated business school.
Forty of the most senior women in cable will spend four and a half days on campus at Stanford University in Palo Alto from March 16-20. The curriculum, which is reengineered each year, will cover critical areas of power, influence, and organizational effectiveness. SES enables participants to gather with peers and focus on issues relevant to furthering their companies' strategies and goals.
"Following the positive evaluations from the inaugural class of the Senior Executive Summit, we spent the past year working with the Stanford faculty and our SES planning committee to build on the solid foundation we established," said Maria E. Brennan, CAE, President and CEO of WICT. "We view this sold out program as a good indication that we are meeting the continuing education needs of cable's top women leaders."
For thirty-five years, Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) has partnered with cable and telecommunications leaders to provide professional development programs, research and services that help advance women in cable media. With nearly 10,000 members, WICT is the oldest and largest professional association serving women in the cable and telecommunications industry. Comcast|NBCUniversal, Time Warner Cable, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. and Suddenlink Communications are WICT's Strategic Touchstone Partners. Please visit www.wict.org or follow @WICT on Twitter for more information.