Women in Leadership: A discussion with Alums Traci Park A&S '97

Women in Leadership

Sponsored by Women of Hopkins LA

Women have challenged the sociocultural barriers to their engagement outside the domestic domain throughout history and are making significant strides in public leadership roles today. To fully understand the female experience in a male dominated arena, and to support achievements in gender equality, we are highlighting lived experiences of women in current leadership positions. Please join us in our discussion with Traci Park A&S '97, an accomplished lawyer and currently running for LA City Council District 11, for a peek into her journey, establishing who she is today.

Lite fare and drinks will be provided. Vegan options will be served as well. 

ABOUT Luci Gabel
MBA, MA, ACE, ACSM

Luci Gabel, MBA, MA, ACE, ACSM has over 20 years of academic and professional experience in business, leadership and human health. Her leadership experience spans from the Department of Defense, to private companies, to entrepreneur and VC-funded start-up founder. Luci works with companies and individuals, cultivating the attributes of extraordinary leaders; developing the critical skill sets required to become someone who has the abilities to innovate, motivate and inspire others, and produce results.

She is the recent published author of Eat to Lead; partner at Tipping Point Strategists; and professor at San Jose State University and George Washington University School of Medicine department of clinical leadership.  Luci holds an MBA from Johns Hopkins University; a Master's in Physiology with an emphasis on Genetics from the University of Maryland College Park; an undergraduate equivalent in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Maryland College Park; and a Bachelor's Degree in Physical and Psychological Health from Binghamton University. 

ABOUT Traci Park

Traci Park (Class of 1997) is a municipal law attorney and Venice resident. Traci has over two decades of experience advising businesses and government organizations around California on topics including workplace laws and best practices. Some of the highlights of her legal career include helping positively reform police body camera and use of force policies, advising organizations on closing the gender pay-gap, and helping protect public first amendment law. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Traci helped the City of Los Angeles and businesses navigate emergent regulations and directives while advising these organizations on establishing health and safety protocols for their workers and everyday Angelinos. A third-generation Angelino, Traci knows what it is like to be a working professional in Los Angeles. Her late veteran father was a lifelong union member of the Communication Workers of America, and her mother served as a school union president. Traci got her first job at 16 and worked her way through college, paying for an education at Johns Hopkins University and Loyola Law School. Traci is campaigning to serve as a city hall representative for all LA westside City District 11 residents. Traci knows we must have pragmatic solutions to the most pressing issues which the Westside faces and vows to bring the change we need to improve our quality of life on the Westside.

 Event Date
Saturday, September 24, 2022
Start Time: 1:00pm PDT

 Location
Clutch

427 Lincoln Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90291

 Map

 Contact
Office of Alumni Relations
Salina Rai
Assistant Director of Identity and Shared Interest
srai10@jhu.edu

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