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The Great Comeback (Mobilize Women Week Feature)

Online

Wed, Jun 23, 2021 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM EDT

We’re coming back and we want this new world to not just be good, but be better than what we could have imagined. What will it take to turn around?


Wed, Jun 23, 2021 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM EDT


2020 had profound effects on many things — from the collective grieving for so many lives lost to the hard-felt economic impacts that will carry on for a long time to come — many of us feel that we lost a year. But we’re coming back and we want this new world to not just be good, but be better than what we could have imagined.

What will it take to turn around? To not only bring back the improvements but learn from this, rebuild the economy and rebuild trust? And honestly, to rebuild the mental health and continue to harness the resilience we have shown throughout the last year.

Did the loneliness epidemic and culture of stress reach their peak? Did we finally shatter the division between work and life, and find more authentic versions of ourselves that show our flaws?

What have we learned about the impacts and benefits of flex-and remote work? How can we integrate new learnings about life and work cohabitating, and make sure we’re not just trying to gain back progress lost, but making the new future even better? How are we moving forward and what is the role of women in leading the way, after all, research shows that women are better leaders in times of crisis. 


It's time to mobilize.

Change doesn’t happen magically. The world doesn’t become inclusive by flipping a switch. It takes work, it takes leaders, it takes action. It takes you.

In a world where feminism can’t exist without intersectionality, where passive allyship is no longer good enough, where we embrace not just our careers but for our whole selves… our conversations can’t be the same as they were years ago. Why should we settle for anything less than equal?

Through the course of five days and 15+ sessions, you’ll hear thought-provoking discussions from diverse perspectives and leave with action-oriented solutions to tackle some of today’s biggest challenges in your workplace and communities. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet other leaders in business, media, sports, politics, and more who, like you, want to use their influence and social capital for equality.


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Kristy Wallace
Kristy Wallace

New York, NY

CEO at Ellevate Network

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Maricella Herrera Avila

VP Operations & Strategy at Ellevate Network

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