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Executive Women's Forum - Sex, Power, and the Workplace: A Candid Conversation

  • 04/24/2018
  • 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Barnes & Thornburg, 11 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
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Please join us for a candid conversation about Sex, Power & the Workplace, a program focused on professional women managing and excelling in the #MeToo era.  We’ll talk about women’s challenges to succeed within traditional frameworks, overcome inherent bias, and be agents of change for themselves and their organizations.  Our panelists with backgrounds in science, finance, technology, higher education, and the law, will lead the discussion—offering legal analysis, practical insights, and inspiration for personal and professional success.  We hope you will be part of the conversation. 

Our moderator for the event is Jeanine M. Gozdecki, an Employment Partner at Barnes & Thornburg with an emphasis on anti-harassment strategies and programs for employers.  Jeanine has spent 25 years representing, counseling and advocating for her business clients in virtually all aspects of the employment relationship. 



Scheduled Speakers/Panelists:      

Cristal Brisco is the General Counsel for Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana.  As General Counsel, Ms. Brisco is responsible for all legal affairs of the College, including regulatory matters, litigation, labor and employment, policy issues, liability concerns, and contracting.

Marian Hodges is Vice President at Data Realty with a focus on strategy. She is building an organizational operating system that creates a culture of engagement and increases the economic value of the company.  Marian has an MBA from MIT Sloan, a BA from the University of California at Berkeley, and a GSD attitude from growing up outside the US with a parent in the armed forces.

Candice Lange joined Purdue University in 2016 as the Director of the Jane Brock-Wilson Women in Management Center.  The Center prepares students and business professionals to navigate and lead effectively in a gender-diverse workforce, and it strives to influence research, education and work practices concerning the advancement of women in the workplace.

1:30 pm   Registration
 2-4 pm    Introductions, presentations, and panel discussion
 4-5 pm    Networking event

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