Conferences and Events
Center for Women in Leadership Executive Speaker Series
Leading With Values with Martha Saucedo, AEG
Join the Center for Women in Leadership for the Executive Speaker’s Series: Leading With Values with Martha Saucedo on October 15 at 4:00 PM (PST). Martha, executive vice president, external affairs, at AEG, will share her insights on values-based leadership and how she has successfully implemented strategic, positive change throughout her career.
Martha has a diverse background in public affairs and government relations, specializing in the development and implementation of political, communications and community engagement strategies. Throughout her career, she has been recognized as a CCA “Mover and Shaker”, a CORO “Community Builder”, and received honors from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) for her application of values to public life.
Register soon as space is limited. Seats are available on a first-come, first-serve
Distinguished Women Alumnae Panel: Disruptive Innovation
October 13, 2018
Learn from women leaders working at the edge of disruptive change
Aspire 2018 Woman of Distinction Leadership Award
October 12, 2018
Tiffany Stith, President and COO, Lawry’s Restaurants, Inc.
“Succeeding in a Context of Disruptive Change”
Student Awards Luncheon
April 13, 2018
Keynote speakers: Denise Roberson, President and CEO, Jadi Communications, and Kristin Glushon, Executive Vice President, Branded Entertainment Network, a Bill Gates Owned Company.
Distinguished Alumna Award: Hattie Mitchell, MPP
Distinguished Faculty Award: Christine Goodman, JD
2018 Conference for Women in Leadership in Uganda
March 13, 2018 | Kampala, Uganda
In partnership with the Chief Justice of Uganda, The Honorable Bart M. Katureebe and the Global Justice Program, Pepperdine School of Law
Understanding the Impact of Sexual and Gender-based Violence on Children
Bernice’s Presentation Title: Best Practices on Interventions in the Fight against SGBV: Contemporary Insights on Collective Courage”
February 13, 2018
C200 is an organization comprised of senior-level female executives who aim to promote lifetime training, mentoring and development. The organization partners with top business schools providing scholarships to MBA women and helps them move forward in their career. 250 attendees joined nationally recognized women in business to explore leadership in a modern, rapidly changing environment.
Distinguished panelists discussed the challenges of trying to be a career superwomen and how to guide your work/life integration, mentoring and being mentored, and swimming with the sharks, with honest comments on navigating male dominant fields.
Executive Briefing with Lisa Bloom, Esq.
March 8, 2017
Persistent Barriers to Women’s Advancement
Pay Inequity and Harassment: Realities and Solutions
Executive HR Response to Persistent Barriers for Women
Meisha Sherman, MBA, Vice President, Global Human Resources, Danaher Corporation
Nicole Hancock Husband, Esq. Vice President of Human Resources for Warner Bros. Television