WOMEN’S WEEKLY PRESENTS A PROGRAM THAT IS WAY MORE THAN JUST LUNCH
Friday, May 11, 2012
11:30 AM to 2:00 PM
No program or initiative can be the “silver bullet” to advance women into senior roles. But what if there were visible, conscious, and intentional ways women would advocate, sponsor and support one another – in leadership and business development? This networking & executive leadership luncheon addresses how women can and do – advocate for one another. Learn how you can put proven ways into immediate action. We invite you to hear from our featured panelists:
What did our panelists do to ensure positive results? Their stories will provide actionable outcomes for immediate practice. Electronic hand-held polling devices measure real-time audience opinions to create meaningful discussion and results — provided by Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies.
Meet The Panelists:
Stacie Benes, Client Relationship Executive at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP has developed a stellar sales career starting at IBM. She networks naturally, builds genuine relationships, and mentors women along the way. Stacie is known in the business community as a “biz dev queen” – without the tiara!
Allison Phillips. From engagement manager at global powerhouse, McKinsey & Company, to General Manager at global e-business site, LivingSocial, Alli‘s experience combines old-guard with new-school. Alli brings a “Gen X-Y” perspective of advocating for women in today’s global workplace.
Rose Harper, President and CEO of The Grass Ceiling, Inc. a business empowerment firm that uses the game of golf as a platform to help level the playing-field for women. Rose has traveled the world speaking and leading workshops on the connection between women building relationships and achieving professional goals.
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About Washington Women’s Weekly
Washington Women’s Weekly is dedicated to helping professional women achieve their greatest potential through the guidance, leadership and inspiration of other highly accomplished women. The philosophy in creating this venue is to connect powerful women in Washington, DC with the next generation of trailblazers. Research shows that highly successful professionals reach their potential through mentors, role models, networking and knowledge. Washington Women’s Weekly combines these tools to help women move into the upper echelons of businesses and organizations as well as becoming enterprising entrepreneurs.
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