Driving Equality in the Workplace with Ellevate HQ
Online • April 18, 2019
Join Allison Matejczyk and Madeline Kelley on this special Ellevate Jam Session, where we'll discuss driving equality in the workplace, and what Ellevate's been working on to support this.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
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Are you interested in learning the best tips/tricks on running your women’s group? Have you been working earnestly to get executive leader buy-in to no avail? Have you been struggling with how to get more employee satisfaction in your firm? Then this is the Jam Session for you!
This past March, Ellevate launched our highly-anticipated White Paper, on “Driving Equality in the Workplace - Part 1: Practical Solutions to Some of the Business World’s Most Persistent Issues of Inequality.” In this Jam Session, Ellevate’s Allison Matejczyk and Madeline Kelley will explain what went into this White Paper, the best solutions to driving equality in business, as well as give you the opportunity to ask them questions.
Driving Equality in the Workplace functions as a complimentary resource for those who would like to guide their business culture toward an environment of equality. At Ellevate, our goal is to help ensure you’re achieving this at your workplace. If this is something you’re interested in, tune into this webinar, and be sure to have your pen and paper handy! This Jam Session is the one for you!
Allison Matejczyk is the Director of Corporate Partnerships at Ellevate Network, where she is responsible for generating new business with national and global companies and overall management of Ellevate's Enterprise business.
Madeline Kelley is the Enterprise Account Manager at Ellevate Network, where she works to create partnerships with companies to help them attract, retain, and develop their female employees.
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