Climbing the Corporate Ladder Baby Step by Step
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About The Event
The Maternity Planner events are where women become mothers together. Because going through this transition alone is not possible!
So why the emphasis on career? From your late 20s to your early 40s you advance your career and establish your expertise in your field. This same period is also, when you're most likely to become a mother, if you plan to. Join us for an evening of sharing, learning, and resourcing how to Climb the Corporate Ladder, while planning for your family. Whether that seems far away or you're planning for baby #3, this evening is for you.
Our awesome mammas and panelist are:
Lori Mihalich-Levin, Lori guides new parents to a more calm and empowered transition back to work after parental leave, through her 4-week online course, Mindful Return, and author of Back to Work After Baby. In addition to her entrepreneurial pursuits, she is a Partner at Dentons US LLP and is mamma to two wonderful redheaded boys, ages 5 and 7. Read Lori's Panelist Preview on the blog.
Randi Braun, Randi is the Director of New Business Development at POLITICO. Having had two kids in two years, Randi has successfully navigated working-mom career milestones like achieving promotion while pregnant and and consistently exceeding her goals. Today, she peer-mentors other expecting mothers, is an uber-connector, a regular volunteer for the DC Diaper Bank, and mother to daughter, Adrienne, and son, Theo.
Tara Goldenberg, Chief People Officer, champion of women, boy mom and mother to a spectacular little Kindergartener, Luca. Tara joined an early stage health care organization in 2012 to find out two days in she was pregnant. She gave birth to a NICU baby born at 37 weeks but worked hard to keep it all afloat. Raising a young family while growing a rapidly scaling organization (10-600 employees in 7 years) had her balancing priorities, checking in with herself and her family and asking for lots of help along the way. She believes in the age old phrase that it takes a village and is grateful for the love and support from 'her village' every step of the way.