UNH Law School’s First Female Dean Headlines NHHTC May 9 TechWomen Power Breakfast
Megan M. Carpenter, also an internationally-known intellectual property law expert, will discuss the intersection of law and technology
University of New Hampshire School of Law Dean Megan M. Carpenter is the featured speaker at the New Hampshire High Tech Council’s (Council) monthly TechWomen Power Breakfast on Wednesday, May 9 from 7:30 to 9 am at the Manchester Country Club, 180 South River Road in Bedford. Carpenter will discuss the career path that led to her current role as UNH School of Law’s first female dean, as well as technology and the future of intellectual property law. Read more.
The TechWomen Power Breakfast series is part of the Council’s TechWomen|TechGirls initiative that builds on a strong community of women enthusiastic about technology and supporting efforts where girls are exploring STEM as a career or area of study. TechWomen|TechGirls holds programs for professional women to connect, collaborate and explore ideas around career development, technology initiatives, and innovation. The initiative also deploys volunteers and mentors to support academic STEM initiatives and events for girls across New Hampshire.
“We are excited to offer a place for women in the technology fields to come together and create lasting meaningful relationships while learning from each other’s successes,” said Candice Benson of Benson Consulting and chair of the TechWomen Power Breakfast committee. “We have a lot of brilliant women in our community and we are thrilled to be able to celebrate and support them with our power breakfast series.”
The breakfast series will take place the second Wednesday of every month.