February 1, 2016: Women in the World of High Tech: Voices from Silicon Valley. Hosted by CMC’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Have lunch at the Ath while you listen and learn from recent CMC grads at various career stages in high-profile jobs at prestigious firms (Google, Uber, and more) in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area. Panelists will discuss a broad arrange of topics, including: preparation for careers in tech, how to leverage past accomplishments and personal and professional networks to develop careers in tech, obstacles and challenges faced in the competitive and male-dominated culture of Silicon Valley, and approaches for problem-solving, including work/life balance issues. Please click here to reserve your spot.
February 19, 2016: The 7th annual Women & Leadership Workshop, co-hosted by The Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, The Kravis Leadership Institute and The Women & Leadership Alliance. This event is designed to support all students during their time of preparation for post-graduation opportunities and employment, allowing them to connect with each other and successful women leaders representing various fields of endeavor. Lunch begins at 11:30 in the Ath, with afternoon table rotations in McKenna Auditorium. Our keynote speaker this year is Dorothy Atwood, SVP, Global Public Policy at the Walt Disney Company. More information, including how and when to register, coming soon.
March 28, 2016: Women in Accounting. Join us for a lunch panel at the Athenaeum. Stay tuned for more information and a reservation link!