An afternoon of growing and networking, presented by Women’s Weekly’s The Executive Leadership Program.
Monday, October 15, 2012
11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Come hear from three distinguished panelists who bring three unique perspectives to “Having It All.” Is there a “New Normal?” Is there a consensus view of “Normal?” What are the next challenges for women? Join our panelists for a dialogue and real conversation as we continue to learn, grow, evolve, and innovate. Take-away a plethora of valuable knowledge and experience.
11:30 Reception in the Courtyard
Noon Luncheon and Program in the Promenade
Followed by Lively Q & A
MEET THE PANELISTS:
Teresa has combined a career in federal government contracting at IBM, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Sapient as a mother of two sons, now ages 28 and 26, and a grandmother. Teresa readily admits of having different success levels of work-life balance throughout her career and shares what and how “having it all” successfully means to her. In addition to receiving numerous awards, Teresa was recently named a Top 25 Consultant by Consulting Magazine in 2011 and recently profiled as one of Forbes’ Top Women in DC.
When New York-based behemoth tapped a local Bank of America lender to lead and build a five-person team, who did they tap? Diane Zanetti. Diane has an established and highly successful career in the banking industry, as well as being actively involved in the community. Now, Diane combines career while raising two daughters, ages 5 and 6. How does she do it? How does she define and adapt to “the new normal?” Diane is ready to share.
Allison was a writer on two Emmy winning seasons of The West Wing and a writer and producer for the highly rated Without a Trace. She has also written for NCIS, as well as pilots for both ABC and FOX, and produced for HBO. With a 17 year-old son and a six year-old daughter, Allison is also the co-founder of the D.C. Women in Film and Television’s Web Lab to develop and mentor local talent in digital content creation and a passionate advocate for ending the sex trafficking of children in the United States. The eleven-year gap between children must be part of what keeps Allison so young and vibrant. Let’s find out.
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