In Good Company

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Because we believe that authentic and meaningful connections are essential to any career success, we’re hosting another year-long series that will feature new exciting networking opportunities.

The Lineup

The Future is Female

Wednesday, October 28, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

Women are partners, bosses, mothers, caregivers, mentors, best friends, role models, executives, and so much more. Women are strong. They fight for what they want and need. They balance. They persevere. Join us and gather as a community to hear experiences and stories from three local powerful, authentic women who will inspire you, share helpful tips, and ultimately help propel you forward (on whatever your journey might be).
Hear from:

Dr. Tammira Lucas, Serial Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Professor: A mompreneur, author, speaker, and philanthropist who has quickly emerged as a trailblazer among professionals and a powerful voice for moms teaching business, balance, and babies.

Heather Darney, Vice President of Community Relations at Baltimore Ravens: A highly respected community relations expert and executive director of an NFL foundation who annually manages the philanthropic distribution of millions of dollars while balancing mom life.

Christina Block, Product Manager at T. Rowe Price: A successful woman in the male-dominated finance field and the impact of her leadership in the community.

Watch the discussion here.


Corporate Wellness: What does it REALLY mean?

Thursday, November 19, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

What does it take to effectively engage employees and support their wellbeing, especially in the midst of a global pandemic? Rachel Druckenmiller joins us to discuss how employee health has become more of a priority than ever before, and it's time to think beyond physical health and get to the core of what really matters most to your team.

Discover how engaged, thriving employees drive a competitive business advantage, including improved employee engagement, increased creativity and innovation, improved leadership effectiveness, and stronger, more cohesive teams. All these factors advance an organization's bottom line and their ability to recruit and retain talent. Rethink the future of "wellness" at work as we go bigger than burpees and broccoli.

Watch the discussion here.


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