Women Rising: Advancement in the Workplace

Women Rising: Advancement in the Workplace

Thursday, August 20, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Virtual event
Alumni Relations
Open to:
Alumni, Current Students

Did you know there are fewer women managing S&P 1500 companies than men named John?  Even though we have seen improvements in the women’s equality movement, we have a long way to go to close the global gender gap.

In this Alumni Career Development Webinar, Kelly Ceynowa (M.A. ’13) will provide a clear perspective on the current landscape of women’s leadership in the workplace. She will teach participants how to: identify systemic barriers, address and break down these barriers within your organization, tap into what you can do as an individual to drive your own career, and cultivate important sponsors and allies along the way. This webinar is also suitable for men who manage women and want to help develop and support their talents in the workplace.

Date: Thursday, August 20
Time: 12:00 p.m. EDT
Register here.

Kelly Ceynowa is the Senior Director, Learning and Development for Advancing Women Executives (AWE). Her work lives at the intersection of learning and leadership development and equity, inclusion, and diversity. She creates experiences for leaders to experiment and stretch. She is often asked to coach people at the dinner and conference table. As the Senior Director of Learning and Development for Advancing Women Executives (AWE), she strives to create equity and economic growth in the workplace through interactive learning experiences, focused coaching, and activating a robust network of executives to connect and drive their careers forward.

Her experience stretches across sectors and industries. She has built and led new hire programs for cloud companies, designed leadership development programs at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, facilitated learning for veteran and emerging leaders at Delta, Deloitte, Citi, The New York Times, and American Express (and more). Compelled to better understand how change affects people, teams, and workplaces, she earned an MA in Social-Organizational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University.

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