If you’re in the DC metro area, you may be interested in this event coming up on September 28.
What: Women at the Top: What Kinds of Influence Exist, and How Can Women Use Them to Build Their Own Success. It’s a discussion with with Selena Rezvani, MBA.
When: Tuesday, September 28, 2010
6:00 – 7:00 PM – Discussion
7:00 – 8:00 PM – Reception
Where: The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School DC Center, 1625 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036.
Selena Rezvani is a recognized author, speaker, and consultant on women and leadership. She is the founder and president of NextGenWomen, LLC, a consulting firm whose goal is to propel more women into leadership positions and to help companies position an inclusive workplace as a competitive advantage.
Rezvani established NextGenWomen while writing her debut book, The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead but Won’t Learn in Business School and after identifying the need for Generation X and Y women to be seen as a viable talent pool and leadership pipeline.
She has been quoted, interviewed, and profiled by CareerBuilder, The Wall Street Journal, ForbesWoman, NBC television, ABC television, and in April 2010, began a regular commentator role on NPR’s The 51% Perspective.
Our own Stacy Yamaoka says,
“I met Selena when she presented in San Francisco to Future Women Leaders and her presentation about women on top was fantastic!”
If that’s what Stacy says, that’s good enough for me. You can register here.
If you attend, do let us know, and perhaps write a recap guest post for us?
Image: d.u.r. Maciel’s Flickrstream, Creative Commons
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