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Proving the Power of NextGen Women

Girls with Impact

MEDIA ADVISORY

Contact: Jo Panzera
Email: ops@girlswithimpact.org
Phone: 917-355-1317 

GIRLS WITH IMPACT TO RELEASE REPORT ON HOW NEXTGEN WOMEN ARE WINNING AND DOMINATING IN BUSINESS

Findings to be discussed with top leaders from EY, KKR, NASDAQ

Should business leaders turn their attention to the next generation? There’s proof that women drive ROI in the workplace, but what about Gen Z?

On Nov 26th, Girls with Impact will release a groundbreaking report proving the power of the next generation of women in business.

Girls With Impact’s report – Proving the Power of NextGen Women — will be released during a briefing webcast and c-suite conversation.

The report, based on university data, will reveal how women perform on business teams in college venture competitions, and the implications for business, HR and diversity leaders as well as parents, educators and policy leaders.

The live webcast briefing & Q&A will cover:

  • New evidence proving that women on teams = success
  • How to unlock the potential in women and scale it
  • How companies can harness entrepreneurship to drive innovation
  • New upskilling programs driving diversity and talent for the Future of Work

WHAT: Proving the Power of Next Gen Women: Report & Live Briefing

WHO:

  • George Brooks, Americas Leader, People Advisory Services, EY
  • Nicola Corzine, Executive Director, Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, Inc.
  • David Noble, Professor & Director, Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship, Univ. of Connecticut
  • Jennifer Openshaw, Chair, Girls With Impact, national women and money expert, author, The Millionaire Zone (Hyperion)
  • Bola Osakwe, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, KKR
  • Jackie Taylor, Government & Public Sector leader, People Advisory Services, EY 

WHEN: Monday, November 26, 2018

TIME: 11:30am – 12noon EST

WHERE: Live webcast. Register here: bit.ly/provingthepower

AGENDA:

  • Why Girls in the Future of Work – EY’s George Brooks
  • Report Findings: Proving the Power of Next Gen Women
  • Workforce readiness from teen Jody Bell, 16, student and founder of In Case of Deportation (www.icodhelp.org)
  • Importance of Gen Z – Ms. Openshaw
  • Conversation from the C-Suite on talent, innovation, Future of Work
    • George Brooks, Americas Leader, People Advisory Services, EY
    • Bola Osakwe, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, KKR
    • Nicola Corzine, Executive Director, Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, Inc.
    • Jackie Taylor, Govt & Public Sector Leader, EY’s People Advisory Services 

REGISTER: Click here to Register

Girls with Impact is the nation’s only tech-enabled entrepreneurship program for teen girls. The 12-week “mini-MBA” equips girls with essential business skills, drives confidence and career readiness, and bolsters college success. Watch Why Girls with Impact  and see the Academy in Action.

 

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