Abramson Leadership Exchange: 100 Years After the 19th Amendment: What Kentucky Women Leaders Can Tell Us About Equity In the Workplace

Saturday, October 24, 2020 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Registration open through 10/24/2020 10:45 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)


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On Saturday, October 24, 2020, Spalding's Doctor of Education: Leadership program hosts the Abramson Leadership Exchange: 100 Years After the 19th Amendment: What Kentucky Women Leaders Can Tell Us About Equity In the Workplace.

 

 

The second, all-virtual Fall 2020 session of the Abramson Leadership Exchange brings a panel of women leaders from a range of fields - economics and community development, elected government, the non-profit sector and academia - to discuss advances made by women in the professional world and systemic obstacles that must still be overcome.

 

 

This online session is free and open to the public, but registration is required. An online link to join the session will be sent upon registering.

 

 

The Abramson Leadership Exchange at Spalding University is a series of executive panel discussions moderated by former Mayor Jerry Abramson, who now serves as Spalding's Executive in Residence. The Exchange is presented by Spalding’s Ed. D.: Leadership program, in partnership with Ignite Louisville.


Presenting

Panelists who will join moderator and Spalding Executive in Residence Jerry Abramson:

  • Dr. Melanie Beals Goan, Associate Professor of history, University of Kentucky, and author of upcoming book, A Simple Justice: Kentucky Women Fight for the Vote
  • Julie Raque Adams, Kentucky State Senator
  • Theresa Reno-Weber, President and CEO, Metro United Way
  • Nikki R. Lanier, Senior Vice President and Regional Executive, Louisville Branch, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Location

This event will be held online. A link to participate will be sent upon registering.


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Whether you are a senior or mid-management organizational leader, Spalding University's Doctor of Education (Ed.D) in Leadership program prepares you with the knowledge, skill and evidence-based practice to impact policies and advance for-profit and not-for-profit businesses and educational organizations. Stand out as an exemplary practitioner of ethical organizational leadership, as an extraordinary team builder, as a driver of change and innovation in a global economy and as a systems thinker. Learn more about Spalding's Ed.D.


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