Women and work: How a support network can maximize your impact
Looking to deepen connections in the workplace or a sounding board to help support your professional aspirations?
Join the UC Alumni Career Network and a panel of UC alumnae for insights on building professional alliances at work, leveraging employee resource groups and strategies for supporting inclusion in the workplace!
This discussion will address how to leverage and tap into resource groups at your current company, strategies for building a network if one does not already exist and how deepening relationships at work can help propel your professional development.
Although this webinar will specifically focus on women’s leadership networks, it will include strategies that apply for all. Register here to join live (July 7 at 12 p.m. PT) or to receive a link to the recording.
This episode features:
- Moderator: Dianna Henderson, Chief of Staff to the VP of HR and Executive Director of HR Policy, UCOP
- Mylene Barizo (’91, UC Los Angeles), Director, IT Human Resources, The Boeing Company
- SHAVONE Charles (’12 UC Merced), Director, Consumer Communications, VSCO
- Christina Mangurian (’03, UCSF), Professor, Psychiatry and Epidemiology & Biostatistics, and Vice-Chair, Diversity and Health Equity, Department of Psychiatry, UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences
- Roz Samimi (’17, UC Berkeley), North America and Latin American Lean In Circles and Company Engagement, Senior Associate, Sheryl Sandberg & Dave Goldberg Family Foundation
- Stina Trainor (’04, UC Irvine), Head of Policy Visits, Facebook
About the UC Alumni Career Network
The UC Alumni Career Network is a high-impact, online series designed to provide UC alumni and community members with insights, information and connections to help you launch, grow and expand your career opportunities. Each month we tackle a different career topic by providing you with insider tips and advice to help you make the most of your UC network. Join us online to gain the latest information and to ask questions relevant to your own professional journey.
For questions, contact Katie Ward.Tags: UC Alumni Career Network, women