If Web 2.0 was about user-generated content and social media platforms, Web3 is about decentralized services powered by blockchain, including smart contracts and NFTs. In this exciting webinar, channelwise CEO Kathryn Rose will engage in a conversation with Sandy Carter, a CNN Top 10 Woman in Tech, about:
- The evolution of the internet to Web3
- Common misconceptions about Web3
- What it is, how it works and what it means for the future
Date: February 16, 2023
Time: 4 PM EST (1 PM PST)
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Kathryn Rose, Founder and CEO of channelwise
Sandy Carter, Senior Vice President & Channel Chief at Unstoppable Domains
& Founder, Unstoppable Women of Web3
About Our Speaker
Sandy Carter is a leading voice in technology, social media and web3/metaverse and has been recognized as one of the Top 10 Most Powerful Women in Tech by CNN. Carter has held a range of roles, including general manager at IBM, Vice President at Amazon Web Services and founder of a Silicon Valley startup. Currently, she is Senior Vice President of Business Development & Channel Chief at Unstoppable Domains where she is responsible for driving new partnerships and integrations for Web 3.0 and the Metaverse. Her mission is to onboard the world to the decentralized web by building blockchain-based identity platforms.
Carter is also Board Member at Altair, Chairman of the board for the non-profit organization Girls in Tech and a member of Diversity Community at the World Economic Forum and the founder of Unstoppable Women of Web3.
She has won numerous awards including Top 100 Global Thought Leader by Awards Magazine, Top 150 Business Transformational Leaders, a Top 100 Chief Tech Leader, Top 115 Most Inspirational Women of Web3/Metaverse, 100 Women Davos, Two Lovies Awards for Best Metaverse HQ, Top 14 Edge Leader, Federal 100 Award Winner, CRN Channel Chief, and a member of Fortune Most Powerful Women.
She is fluent in eight programming languages and is the author of five books, which won the Platinum MarCom Award and the Silver Marketing Sherpa award.