Women's Leadership Workshop
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An In-Person Executive-Led Discussion for Leaders
About the Event:
Please join us and our panel of experts for our newest Women’s Leadership Center Breakfast Briefing, Success in a Hybrid World: What It Takes to Advance Your Talent, an in-person, interactive panel discussion on March 26th at AMA's Executive Conference Center in New York City.
What impact on recognition, career advancement and visibility are remote and hybrid work models having on professionals? Hear from executives from CHANEL, Johnson & Johnson Innovative Medicine and TruMark Financial Credit Union as they share how they are navigating changing work environments and talent development.
In this briefing, experts will reveal and discuss recent AMA research focusing on career advancement in a hybrid world, and explore why, as leaders, it’s more critical than ever to develop and engage women and all professionals through meaningful learning experiences and leadership opportunities.
You Will Discover:
The challenges and opportunities remote and hybrid workspaces present organizations
The role individuals, managers and leaders play in terms of visibility, development and advancement when they’re not co-located
Strategies on how to intentionally develop and engage with colleagues in any work environment
Who Should Attend:
If you’re a leader of people or someone who is spearheading a women’s development program, or an HR, L&D, training, or diversity, equity and inclusion professional—we strongly encourage you to attend.
After you arrive at our center, enjoy a light breakfast while you network with other professionals.
Head of Education, Fragrance & Beauty
Pamela focuses on the learning strategy for the CHANEL US Fragrance and Beauty division, which includes both CHANEL-owned retail and multi-brand retail partners.
Pamela worked at Saks Fifth Avenue for 18 years, during which she was Senior Director of Learning and Development for full-line stores, overseeing all learning programs from sales to leadership. She moved into the position of Director of Coaching and Development at Hudson’s Bay Company after Saks’ acquisition by the Canadian retailer. In this role, she focused on building and executing leadership and internal coaching programs.
Pamela is certified in several 360 instruments and completed NYU’s Coaching Certificate program.
President and Chief Executive Officer
TruMark Financial Credit Union
Kelly focuses on deepening her connection with credit union members and strengthening her understanding of both their needs and the needs of the communities the credit union serves. She is committed to ensuring TruMark Financial remains a community rooted in care, belonging, and trust; a place where the credit union values of integrity, service, and soundness are demonstrated every day. She previously served as TruMark Financial’s Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer and corporate counsel. In this position, she focused on facilitating the credit union’s strategic planning process and plan execution and additionally maintained responsibility for the implementation of TruMark Financial’s enterprise risk management (ERM) program and the fraud, legal, collections, and compliance areas of the credit union.
Marissa Wells, M.Ed.
Associate Director, Leadership and Learning Excellence
Johnson & Johnson Innovative Medicine
Marissa focuses on leveraging her learning and development expertise to elevate Medical & Scientific Affairs (MeSA) talent across North America through leadership curriculum development and program management. Marissa has demonstrated a strong track record of success utilizing her strategic abilities to influence, drive change, cultivate relationships and effectively communicate internally and externally to meet the needs of the organizations 900+ learners. She is passionate about developing both industry executives and rising leaders, specifically in critical topics such as effective communication, influencing, coaching and strategic leadership.
American Management Association
Lauren provides professional women with leading content and development programs that position them for ongoing growth. Lauren is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education. Lauren speaks on topics for women and diversity, equity and inclusion, and prior to coming to AMA, Lauren led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network.
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