Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Women's Alumni Network Presents:
"The Conversation..." Speaker Series
You are invited to a three-part interactive speaker series hosted by the Women's Alumni Network. Each session will be an open discussion facilitated by inspiring thought leaders sharing key insights and tangible strategies participants can incorporate into their lives moving forward.
Additionally, we all have practical knowledge that we can contribute to these topics. During the sessions, participants are encouraged to share their experiences and expertise to further the discussion. We look forward to seeing you there!
...On Navigating Careers in Health
January 7 | 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PT | 1 Hotel San Francisco - 8 Mission Street
Join us for an in-person thought-provoking panel discussion with alumnae: Christina Bui, Kristi Ebong, Megan Thorp, and Carey Coach Tracy Potter moderated by Dean Alex Triantis.
We will delve into our panelist's professional journey, discuss challenges women in health careers encounter, and strategies they utilize to outmaneuver these hurdles. Additionally, enjoy a delightful afternoon brunch in collaboration with the Carey Business School San Francisco Bay Area Alumni Club to connect with the local Carey community
...On Creating a Bespoke Workplace Experience
February 16 | 12:00 - 12:45 p.m. ET
In our 24-hour weekdays, we spend a third of that time in the workplace balancing our personal and professional personas to fit the ideals of the company’s culture. However, what if we could navigate the world more authentically?
In collaboration with the Carey Business School Pride Alumni Network, join us for a collective conversation with Carey alumni Ian Lee Brown, Vice President and Chief Employee Experience Officer at Duke University Health Systems, and Natasha Chan, Lead Creative Strategist at Salesforce.
We will discuss the intersectional lens of showing up authentically, strategies to identify a supportive workplace, approaches to manage work-life creep, and tactics to strengthen self-advocacy skills to thrive in challenging work environments.