This Jam session will highlight the mission of American Corporate Partners (ACP), a national non-profit veteran mentoring program, and its newly launched Women’s Initiative. The presentation will feature ACP representatives Stephanie Forman and Genevieve Gillespie, as well as Ellevate’s own Allison Matejcyzk. The three-part talk will focus on ACP’s Women’s Program, how to best use your mentor, and why mentoring is such an important piece of professional development for women.
Stephanie Forman has been with ACP since November of 2016, and leads ACP’s Women’s Veteran Mentoring Program. Prior to joining ACP, Stephanie earned her J.D. at SUNY Law School, and B.A in History from Ithaca College.
Genevieve Gillespie has been with ACP since April of 2016 and is an officer of the organization’s funding and development efforts and Women’s Initiative. Before joining ACP, Genevieve was a professional musician. She holds a BA from Temple University in Media and Communications Analysis.
Allison Matejczyk is Director of Corporate Partnerships at Ellevate Network and is responsible for generating new business with national and global companies and overall management of existing corporate relationships. With a BS in Finance from The Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech, Allison went on to work among top executives at leading financial and wealth management institutions throughout her career. Prior to joining Ellevate, Allison served as Executive Administrator to a C-Suite Executive at Citigroup and Bank of America, and was AVP of Sales & Marketing for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management.
If you’re interested in learning more about ACP’s Program join our Jam Session and check out www.acp-usa.org.