Finding work-life effectiveness
FREE Live Panel Discussion in New York City
Women often face singular decisions that involve not only work and family, but also other areas such as career, education, volunteering, friends, and personal health and wellbeing— sometimes all at once, and often with different implications and weight at different stages of our lives. If these choices need not be binary or conflicting, what does optimal work-life "effectiveness” look like for each individual? As we delve into this important question, our panel will share their experience and knowledge. Through our conversation, we hope that our guests will gain a better understanding of how to frame work-life effectiveness, and will be more aware of options and thought processes that can better inform our decisions.
Anna Beninger, Research Director, Catalyst
Anna is a top author and lead researcher on various employee groups, from high-potential employees to women in STEM industries. The title for our discussion, "Work-life effectiveness," is from her work on issues facing women today. Learn more about Anna Beninger HERE.
Carroll Welch, Associate Coach, iRelaunch
Carroll is a highly experienced career executive and leadership coach who supports and advises professionals in all areas of career and leadership development, transition and re-entry. Read more about Carroll Welch HERE (scroll to bio).
Ariel Zwang, CEO, Safe Horizon
Ariel Zwang has been the CEO of Safe Horizon since 2008. Safe Horizon is a leading provider of services for those who are victims of crime and abuse. She received her AB in applied Mathematics from Harvard College and her MBA from Harvard Business School. Learn more about Ariel Zwang HERE.
Date: Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Time: 6pm-8pm (EST)
Cost: FREE! (includes light food & refreshments)
6:30pm-7:30pm Panel Discussion
MetLife Building,* 15th floor
200 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10166
*The MetLife Building is located on 45th Street between Lexington and Vanderbilt Avenues or via the escalators in Grand Central Terminal.
Security: All guests must RSVP by 5PM (EST) Thursday, 27th April, in order to have your name at the security desk.
All guests much check in at the Visitor Center on the mezzanine level. Please bring a Photo ID and allow yourself time to get through security.
This Harvard GlobalWE event is open to members of the Harvard community, including students, alumni, staff, affiliates and their guests.
Space is limited, so please register early!
All guests must register for this event in advance.
Registration closes at 5pm EST on Thursday, 4/27.
Names need to be provided to security, so we cannot accept late registrations.
All attendees will need a photo ID. You will be required to show your ID to gain access to the event.