At L3, success is defined by their ability to meet their customers' needs. That's why every part of their business is focused on quick and agile response, innovative thinking and a relentless commitment to getting the job done.
L3 has the same commitment when it comes to diversity and inclusion. Each yeah, L3 hosts a "Women's Networking Forum" where female leaders from various departments discuss their career experiences, such as Heidi Wood, L3's Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Technology, who concluded the Women's Networking Forum with her talk on "The Importance of Play".
Chairman, CEO & President Chris Kubasik discusses his vision for L3 at the Women's Networking Forum during his keynote address, "Why Women Will beKey to Our 3.0 Culture".
Throughout the Forum, attendees had the opportunity to share their insights and perspectives in breakout sessions, such as the "Making a Difference Going Forward" session. Attendees also had the opportunity to network with colleagues across departments and share their perspectives on their different career paths.
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