Only 10 to 15% of companies have a woman president or CEO. Aspiring women leaders have an opportunity to start changing that statistic here in Los Angeles. Build your network with other women leaders at the Women Leaders Los Angeles networking event and career panel.
Women Leaders Los Angeles
Jun 20, 2019 | El Segundo, CA
- Speed Networking
- Information Exchange with Panelist Companies
- CEO/President Career Panel with Moderator
- Informal Networking
To Grow Their Careers, Women Need a Female Inner Circle
Women benefit significantly in their careers by having a close inner circle of other women. Consider these research findings from Brian Uzzi, Yang Yang and Nitesh V. Chawla:
“We studied what types of networks helped new male and female MBAs land executive leadership positions. We found that men benefit not so much from size of network but from being central in the MBA student network—or connected to multiple ‘hubs,’ or people who have a lot of contacts across different groups of students. Women benefited in terms of post-MBA job placement from being central in the network too; but to achieve the executive positions with the highest levels of authority and pay they also had to have an inner circle of close female contacts, despite having similar qualifications to men including education and work experience.”
To help you grow your connections, we have built two networking sessions into our Women Leaders in Los Angeles event.
Career Panel Will Inspire You to Take on Leadership
The Career Panel is packed with powerful SoCal women who will challenge you to up your ambitions and answer women’s questions about moving up the leadership ladder. Attendees will hear from:
- Moderator: Ellen Taaffe, Professor, Northwestern University; Director, Women’s Leadership Programs
- Julie Eckert, President, International Plastic Cards
- Stacy Stubblefield, CoFounder, Telesign
- Laurie Porter, CEO, Smog City Brewing
- Elizabeth Leung, Marketing Executive, Epson
If you’re an LA woman, we want to see you Women Leaders Los Angeles. You owe it to yourself to work towards leadership.