Global Women’s Initiative
Creating Effective Leadership for the 21st Century Economy:
Popular Culture and Positive Role Models for Women and Girls
Making a Business Case for Advancing Gender Equality
Thursday, November 1, 2012
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Metropolitan Club, Chicago
To register: www.womenetics.com/categoryevents/1
A Catalyst/Harvard Business School report shows that women’s full leadership engagement results in higher business profitability and corporate social responsibility. What are business and the media doing to inspire females to be successful? Womenetics is hosting a groundbreaking conference that seeks to reverse stereotypes and advance gender equality. The conference will examine actions needed to provide aspirational role models and realistic portrayals that will foster a culture of success for women in society and in business. Noted thought leaders will explore ideas and strategies to create positive change for women – and men – in the workplace and inspire the next generation of female leaders.
Abigail Disney, filmmaker and philanthropist. Her documentary, "Pray the Devil Back to Hell" and the PBS series, "Women, War & Peace," have inspired and empowered women on a global level Dr. Jean Kilbourne, renowned filmmaker/writer, a pioneer in the study of women’s portrayal in advertising
Maria Wynne, CEO for Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana
Julia Cloud, managing partner for the private company services practice at Deloitte LLP and managing partner for Deloitte's Women's Initiative
Jennifer Fortner, managing partner of Goldman Sachs, and a member of the company’s Women’s Network and their 10,000 Women and 10,000 Small Businesses initiatives.
To register or for more information, please go to www.womenetics.com/categoryevents/1 or call 815-353-9425.
Ticket prices: $135.00 individual, or $1250 for a Table for 10
Register at www.Womenetics.com