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University of Rochester

Unfinished Business: Realizing the Promise of Women's Leadership

2008 Lecture Series at the University of Rochester

No reservations are required for the September 22nd, 25th and 29th lectures. If you plan to stay for the reception following a lecture, please call the Anthony Center to reserve your space - (585) 275-8799. The October 17th Stanton/Anthony Conversations and Luncheon require reservations. 

Lecture series is co-sponsored by The Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Leadership, The William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Center for Leadership Development, the Center for Entrepreneurship and the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women's Studies

Monday, September 22, 2008 

Herstory: How Women Changed America & What They Can Teach
Us

Lecture: 4:30pm
Reception and Book Signing: 5:30pm
At the University of Rochester's Simon School of Business
Schlegal Hall, Room 102
Open to the Public: Admission is Free 
A Frederick Kalmbach Executive Lecture

tietjenJill Tietjen is co-author of Herstory and president and CEO of Technically Speaking, a consulting company that specializes in improving career options in technology for women.

 

 

 


Thursday, September 25, 2008 

Hillary's Loss: Did Gender Matter?

Lecture: 4:30pm
Reception: 5:30pm
At the University of Rochester's Simon School of Business
Schlegal Hall, Room 207 
Open to the Public: Admission is Free 
A Frederick Kalmbach Executive Lecture

mcdanielAnn McDaniel is a Vice President of the Washington Post Company with responsibility for three of the Company's divisions: Newsweek, the Gazette Community Newspapers and the Daily Herald. Before the Washington Post's corporate staff, McDaniel spent 17 years at Newsweek where she was managing editor and Washington Burea Chief. She oversaw Newsweek's coverage of the Monica Lewinsky story, a project that earned 1999's National Magazine Award for reporting.