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Women in ConTech Luncheon


9.6.2022 12:00PM - 2:00PM


The Old Post Office 433 W. Van Buren St Chicago, IL 60607

Ahead of the BuiltWorlds Americas Summit, the Women in ConTech forum will meet to discuss how the three main stakeholders of innovation (solution providers, investors and technology adopters) can collaborate better to drive tech adoption and overcome adoption pain points. Additionally, this luncheon will cover topics specific to women’s experience and opportunities in the construction industry from women leading innovation in their roles for the construction industry.

The luncheon is set to take place at Milwaukee Tools’ new Chicago office located within The Old Post Office at 433 W Van Buren Street. This historic building has recently undergone an $800M renovation, boasting over 2.5M SF of new space. Milwaukee invested more than $14 million to renovate 70,000-square-feet of space within the historic Old Post Office in Chicago. Registration is open to both women and men that work within the construction industry. Lunch will be served to those in attendance, so please RSVP to guarantee your spot!

AGENDA (All times are in CST)
Arrival & Check-in | 11:30am-12pm
Networking Lunch | 12pm-1pm
Panel Discussion | 1pm-2pm



Jennifer Suerth

Vice President - Technical Services, Pepper Construction

Brianne Stewart

Construction Technology Manager, Milwaukee Tool

Victoria Smith

Innovation Program Manager, STO Building Group

Priyanka Parkar

Senior Marketing Manager, ALICE Technologies

Louisa Dickins

Founder, LMRE

Melissa Cheong

Managing Partner, Blackhorn Ventures

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What is the Women in ConTech Forum?

The focus of this forum is to serve women that are the pillars of construction innovation, which include investors, venture capitalist, startup founders, technology adoption leaders, managers and future industry professionals working within the built environment.

Are men allowed to register?

Yes! The Women in ConTech Forum is open to both women and men that work in the construction industry. Participation by men is highly encouraged.

How can I get involved?

Email staff@builtworlds.com to learn more about how to get involved.