While we are not yet out of the woods with COVID, many of us are returning to the office and beginning to conduct “business as usual” or trying to find a semblance of normal (if either of those things really exists anymore).
With those things in mind, I’m thrilled to announce that John Hopkins University will be having a panel discussion entitled: Women & Work: COVID’s Impact and the Return to the Office on October 8th @ 12 PM ET.
During this hour together, we will discuss how the pandemic has impacted women in the workforce, how to manage the return to work, the professional and emotional perspectives we are experiencing, and the effects of returning to the office.
I will be one of the speakers, along with Monica Kang (Founder and CEO, InnovatorsBox®, Author, Rethink Creativity), Jane Sandback, Ed.D. (Founder and CEO, Jane Sandbank Group), Dana Iserson (Founder, Total Rebrand), and our moderator, Tessa McKenzie (Assistant Director, Life Design Lab, Johns Hopkins University). You can see that this is an exceptional group to discuss the challenges that working women are facing with COVID, and I would love for you to join us on Friday, October 8th.
You can register by going to: https://events.jhu.edu/form/womenandwork
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