Advancement and Opportunities for Women: A Washington Insider's Perspective
Sponsored by Deloitte
Lynn Martin, former U.S. Secretary of Labor and the first chair of the Glass Ceiling Commission, presents her unique perspective on public policy and its role in the advancement of women.
Martin is the unparalleled authority on modern workplace issues. As President Bush's Secretary of Labor, she was renowned for modernizing our views and labor policies.
Since leaving government, Martin has continued to revolutionize the way we think about the workplace. She is presently an adviser to Deloitte & Touche where she serves as chair of the Council for the Advancement of Women, a glass ceiling initiative which oversees corporate efforts to provide full opportunity to talented women and men.
Seats can be purchased online at http://athena.ucsd.edu.
Thursday, May 27
7:15 - 9 a.m.
Laura Liswood, Secretary General of the Council of Women World Leaders
Sponsored by Goldman Sachs
Laura Liswood is a nationally recognized speaker, author and advisor who has contributed to leadership in the women's community for more than 20 years. Liswood's career focuses on global leadership. She conceived, and currently directs, the Women's Leadership Project to foster and promote images of women as leaders around the world. She also co-founded the Council of Women World Leaders, composed of women presidents, prime ministers and heads of government and located at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
Wednesday, June 30
7:15 - 9 a.m.