August 12: PACSW presents Dr. Amy Levine
This Thursday, August 12, come hear Dr. Amy Levine, executive director of the UCSF Center for Gender Equity (CGE), discuss the innovative, highly successful programs implemented at UCSF to help employees advance intellectual, professional and personal goals.
The brown bag session will be held at noon in Franklin, Room 5320. You can also listen in by dialing 1-866-740-1260 and entering the access code 987-0684.
Dr. Levine has a wealth of experience and training on a broad range of issues that affect women in society. She is dedicated to addressing issues of ethnic diversity, sexual orientation, age and ability. Dr. Levine earned her doctorate in education from UC Berkeley. She also earned a master’s in counseling psychology. Click here to learn more about Dr. Levine.
CGE provides advocacy, education and services for women on leadership, mentoring and diversity as well as health and wellness and intimate partner violence prevention. Click here to learn more about CGE.
This brown bag session is part of a series – Women We Admire: UC Women Discuss Their Careers – sponsored by the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (PACSW), in cooperation with the Office of the General Counsel (OGC). PACSW is focused on the advancement of women at UCOP, and OGC provides legal services to the Board of Regents, University administration, faculty and staff, and others acting on the University’s behalf.