The Global Summit of Women with
European Women’s Management
Legacies of Women Forum-Graz, Austria
Irene Natividad, President of the Global Summit of Women
Irene Natividad also co-chairs Corporate Women Directors International, which promotes the increased participation of women on corporate boards globally. Ms. Natividad’s commitment to promoting women, nationally and internationally, stems from her decade-long
involvement with the National Women's Political Caucus, a 30-year-old bipartisan organization dedicated to
electing and appointing more women to public office. Long known for her coalition work, Ms. Natividad
serves on the boards of numerous organizations, including the National Museum of Women in the Arts and
the National Association of Corporate Directors, and in 1994, she was appointed to the Board of Directors of
Sallie Mae, a Fortune 100 company, by President Clinton. In 2004, she was selected by Women’s eNews as one
of the “21 Leaders for the 21st Century.” She was named in 1997 as one of “25 Most Influential Working
Mothers” by Working Mother Magazine, and was also named in 1988 as one of the “100 Most Powerful
Women in America” by Ladies Home Journal.
Maud Pagel, EVP, Equal Opportunity and Diversity, Deutsche Telecom
Since 1998, Ms. Pagel has served as Executive Vice President of Equal Opportunity and Diversity for Deutsche Telecom.
Ms. Pagel’s career in the telecommunications industry began in 1962 when she joined the department for
telecommunications of the German Federal Postal Administration. For more than 20 years, Ms. Pagel was a member of
the Works Council, and, since 1985, a member of the General Works Council. She also is a member of the Economic
Committee and a former member of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Telecom.
Tina Reisenbichler, President of European Women's Management Development Network
Tina Reisenbichler is an internationally respected leader in the field of telecommunications. A current member of the Executive board for T-Systems Austria GesmbH, Reisenbichler has been responsible for International Sales Telecommunications at the company since April
2007. Previously, she acted as Head of Telecommunications Services for Austria and Central and Eastern Europe. Before her career at T-Systems, Reisenbichler served as the senior telecommunications officer for the Chamber of Labor for Lower Austria and Vienna.
Aida Sabo leads the Corporate Diversity Function at EMC
Working with EMC’s Leadership team Ms. Sabo executes Living Diversity @EMC, a company-wide strategy focused on attracting, retaining, and developing top talent globally by advancing multi-cultural competence and providing an innovative and inclusive environment. Prior to EMC, Aida was Diversity Director at Agilent Technologies in Palo Alto, California. She was the impetus behind “Diversity Made Real” – a leading edge global initiative that brought to light the importance of inclusion, the many dimensions of diversity, the attributes of a ‘diverse leader,’ the global perspective, and its business imperative. She was the founding president of HP’s
first Latino Employee Network and a delegate at the White House on sharing Best Practices on Diversity with other
Latino Corporate leaders in the U.S. Aida has her BS degree in electrical engineering from the University of California,
Davis, specializing in electromagnetics. She completed graduate work at UC Berkeley and Georgia Tech.