May 2023

Multicultural & Intergenerational Women’s Events

Multicultural and Intergenerational Women’s Event: Early Career

Virtual Conference

Dressing for Success featuring Jan Mercer Dahms, Chief Advancement Officer, Dress for Success

In a world where your personal brand is key, how do you dress for success? Michele Myer-Shipp, CEO of Dress for Success will discuss how one should think about workwear so they can not only show up as their best self but their true self.

Thriving In The Workplace, featuring Alexandria “Lexi” Hernandez PHD, Executive Director, DE&I Workforce Initiatives, Raytheon Technologies, Emily Liu, JD, Global Diver Equity & Inclusion Director, Assurant , Shannon Koenigsdorf, Executive Managing Director, Head of Client Service Delivery, Portfolio Services Center, Cushman and Wakefield and moderator Gwen K. Young, CEO of the Women’s Business Collaborative.

During this panel, senior level executives share their journey on the corporate ladder and how they were able keep an upward trajectory even in times of challenge.

Multicultural and Intergenerational Women’s Event: C-Suite

Virtual Conference

The Power of the Board Experience featuring Ayana Parsons Client Partner, Board & CEO Inclusion, Korn Ferry and moderator Caroline Choi, SVP of Corporate Affairs at SCE and Edison International. Introduction by Jocelyn Chan, Senior Advisor, Career Planning and Development, Southern California Edison.

Women in the C-suite should not only be looking at their current career options but future options as well. Understanding what it takes to be chosen for a board and how to leverage your experience is vital to your success on a board of directors.

Transformational Leadership Through Executive Coaching featuring AceUp

According to a Harvard Business Review study, 2 out of 5 new CEOs fail in their first 18 months on the job. In a time of rapid change and core executive skills becoming even more crucial in today’s c-suite, AceUp shares how executive coaching has become an invaluable resource for those at the “top.”