February 4, 2014
Learning, Leaning, and Changing:
Women and Work
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED THIS EVENT!
Are women as involved as they should be in important decision making in our economy and governance? Though we’ve made progress toward gender equity in the last 40 years, there is work still to do. What’s holding women back? Why do we have so few women in technology or leading companies as CEOs? What happens when girls and women strive for success? What work do individuals -- both men and women -- and organizations have left to do? Information, experience, and insights from experts about why gender matters in work, play, and families, and what we can do.
Tuesday, February 4, 2014 featuring:
- Marianne Cooper, Ph.D., author and sociologist, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University and lead researcher for Sheryl Sandberg’s book, "Lean In".
- Sharon Meers, Co-author of Getting to 50/50, former Managing Director, Goldman Sachs, and currently Head of Magento Enterprise Strategy, part of eBay Inc.
- Myra Nawabi, Facilitator, Palo Alto Lean In Circle; Senior Project Engineer, Lockheed Martin Space Systems; CEO/Co-Founder, Bad Bunny Solutions
All programs are open to the public. Limited seating.
7:30pm - 9 pm; The Woman's Club @ 475 Homer Ave, Palo Alto 94301
Tickets will be available at the door on the day of the program for $25.
Read about the other two programs in the 2014 Landmark Leaders Speaker Series.
- March 11, 2014 - Women in Politics. Get the inside scoop on what women politicians really experience and need to influence policy and gender differences in political participation.
- April 8, 2014 - Community Values: Moving from Conversation to Action. Consider how Silicon Valley values affect you and others and how you can influence them.