Aspire to Lead: The PwC Women’s Leadership Series
A live, global forum on women and leadership
Special Guest: Sheryl Sandberg (webcast)
Co-sponsored with LILAC and Owl Investment Group
Participate in a viewing party here at BMC! Join us for free lunch in the campus center!
Skype with BMC Alumna Malli Gupta (’13) and Skye Brainard (’79) at 12:00pm, then watch a webinar with Sheryl Sandberg at 12:30pm focusing on how female students navigate the transition from campus to career.Aspire to Lead: The PwC Women’s Leadership Series
Date: Thursday, April 24, 2014
Location: Campus Center 200
Time: 12:00-12:30 Skype Panel with BMC alumnae
12:30pm-1:30pm (Live Web Cast)
Register: Please RSVP to LILAC via this LINK
12-12:30pm – Skype call with Malli Gupta (Economics ’13) and Skye Brainard (History ’79)
Malli graduated Bryn Mawr in 2012 with a major in Economics and minors in Creative Writing and Political Science. She joined Health Industries Advisory at PwC after graduation. At PwC, she started the Lean In Circles program in New York Metro and is passionate about dialog around gender inclusive leadership. Skye Brainard (’79) majored in history and has over 19 years experience with designing, developing and delivering learning opportunities for professional services firms.
12:30-1:30 Web Cast
Join us for a live webcast featuring Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s COO and the author of Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead and Lean In for Graduates. She also set up a non-profit organization called LeanIn.Org, igniting a conversation about women and ambition. During the webcast, Sheryl will offer tips to graduates for finding the right job, negotiating your first salary and succeeding in your career. Sheryl will be joined by Terri McClements, PwC’s US Human Capital Leader and Global Talent Leader, who will share her insights and experiences. The event will be broadcast live from Facebook’s campus in California.
This webcast will be of particular interest to female college students looking for tips on entering the workforce, and will delve into some of the challenges students may face as they transition from campus to career. You can read more about Pricewaterhouse Cooper’s commitment to developing the next generation of women leaders here.