Join #GirlsClub Founder, Lauren Bailey, for an incredibly important and timely (#WomensHistoryMonth) panel discussion on “How Award-Winning Companies Recruit, Retain, and Promote Women”.
You’ll hear from leaders at some of the most female-friendly organizations on how they are supporting their female employees.
During this panel discussion, you’ll hear:
- What it takes to be a female-friendly employer
- Best practices on recruiting, hiring, supporting, retaining, and promoting women at work
- How to tell if a company genuinely supports women at work
- Red flags to watch out for when looking for women-friendly employers
- How employees can advocate for themselves and help educate their employer
This workshop is perfect for:
- HR/hiring managers who want to recruit more female employees
- Leaders who are focused on building programs and initiatives to retain and promote women
- Everyone else! Whether you’re looking for a female-friendly employer to work for OR you need guidance on how to help educate your current employer on how to better support a female workforce, then this workshop is for you!
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Meet the Panelists
SVP of People Operations | KnowBe4
Erika Lance is a distinguished leader with 25+ years of experience in HR. Currently, Erika is the SVP of People Operations at KnowBe4, the world’s largest integrated platform for security awareness training and simulated phishing. Here, she ensures KnowBe4 continues to run properly while maintaining a unique and fun company culture. Under her leadership, the People Operations team has grown from just 10 team members to over 50 team members in 11 countries across 6 continents. Erika is most well known for her radical transparency and her people-centric approach to HR.
Director, Global Digital Sales Development | IBM
As the Director of IBM Global Digital Sales Development, Rakhi Voria manages a team that is responsible for the strategy, implementation, and revenue of the Digital Sales Development (DSD) function globally. She joined IBM from Microsoft, where she held roles across sales, sales strategy, business development, and financing. Rakhi has a strong passion for advancing women in sales and millennials in business and regularly shares her thoughts on these topics by speaking at conferences and writing publications as a member of the Forbes Business Development Council. She was named a Top 100 Global Sales Leader by The Modern Sale in 2021, a Top Sales Keynote Speaker in 2020, and a Top Sales Woman to Watch in 2019.
CEO | Flockjay
Growing up in a first generation family, Shaan saw how challenging it can be for American families to achieve the promise of upward mobility when denied access to quality education and networks of opportunity. After graduating college in the 2008 Great Recession, Shaan spent nearly a decade teaching financial literacy and other “last-mile” skills in Chicago and New York, while also working in the financial services industry. Shaan founded Flockjay to empower jobseekers from non-traditional and underrepresented backgrounds with the skills and support needed to launch sales careers in the tech industry. As CEO, Shaan is responsible for delivering on the company’s mission to help build a more just world where everyone can achieve the promise of upward mobility.
Enterprise Account Executive | Iterable
Stephanie Griffin is an Enterprise Account Executive at Iterable. Over the course of her three years at Iterable, Stephanie’s continued high performance has resulted in multiple promotions within the Sales Team. While Stephanie is a leader in Sales, she is also passionate about mentorship; she co-leads the Women’s Network, one of Iterable’s Affinity Groups. The Iterable Women’s Network has over 100 female identifying members and is designed to create space for members to share experiences, promote awareness and professional growth. Outside of her professional life, Stephanie enjoys hiking, riding her Peloton, and exploring her home city of San Francisco.
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