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Leadership Development Sponsors: "What You Wish You Knew At the Beginning of Your Career"
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You don’t have to go it alone or look back and wish you had known. Get tips and advice from three expert panelists on things you should know before you begin your career. Attend “What You Wish You Knew at the Beginning of Your Career” and be ahead of the game.  

Wednesday, February 26
7 p.m.
Jubilee Auditorium  

Panelists are Dr. Kathleen Rennie, Raleigh Mayer and Frank Diana. Rennie, an assistant professor of public relations at Seton Hall University, is the advisor to the University's chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), partner at McGraw Hill and PRSA’s 2013 Public Relations Professional of the Year. Mayer, principal of Raleigh Mayer Consulting, is a senior fellow at the Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership, is on the faculty of Barnard College’s newly created Athena Center for Women’s Leadership and board member of the Financial Women’s Association. These women will be joined by Frank Diana, who has 29 years of organizational leadership experience and who is now leading the business solution organization for Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, Global Consulting.

Kathleen Ellis, senior vice president, Chubb Insurance, will serve as the moderator.

A Question and Answer session will immediately follow the panel.  

The event is sponsored by The Women's Leadership Program, a new initiative developed through the Leadership Development Honors Program in the Stillman School of Business. 

The event will focus specifically on the unique challenges women face when starting their careers, with Frank Diana adding the male perspective on issues he has personally seen women face. The event is open to the entire Seton Hall community. This will be a learning experience for all. Both female and male students are encouraged to attend.

For more information please contact:
Noel Girgenti
(347) 578-0843
stillmanwomensleadership@gmail.com

 

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