“What’s Your Pathway?”
Keynote speaker description:
Catherine D’Amato, President and CEO, The Greater Boston Food Bank
Catherine D’Amato has been a leader in the nation’s hunger-relief efforts for 36 years, coming to The Greater Boston Food Bank in 1995. As a nationally recognized and respected executive in the non-profit sector, Catherine has had an unusual path leading to success and to building one of the largest food banks in the country. She will speak to how each individual can find their own career pathway and how to move forward with confidence. She will reveal secrets to finding and using your voice to cause and effect change, and how to overcome challenges that you encounter. Catherine’s unique story will leave you inspired and excited to carve out your own path.
Connect with peers at your career and life stage at this unique workshop. Select your group – Millennial, mid-level leader, dual-career household, male champion, single women, etc… - and share common challenges and common solutions in frank and robust discussions. You'll meet people like you and get fresh insights on your own life and career, develop actionable steps to carry with you and make lasting connections with other attendees.
Caretaker (providing care to elder or disabled adults)
Dual Career Household (w/ children)
Dual Career Household (w/o children)
Early Career (age 21-35)
In Job Transition
NEW Male Champions (Men Supporting Women)
Recently Reinvented (career change or new to our industry)
Single Parents (female or male)
Women (no children)
Women of Color
9:00 – 9:30 AM Check-in/ Open Networking
9:30 – 11:00 AM Affinity Discussions
11:00 – 12:00 PM Networking/Check-In for anyone who did not attend morning workshop
12:00 – 1:00 PM Lunch
1:00 – 3:00 PM Keynote Speaker: Catherine D'Amato, President/CEO of the Greater Boston Food Bank.
$75 per person
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Note: Walk-ins are not accepted at this event.
Note: Registration will close on 3/31/2016
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Who should attend
Members and non-members; emerging leaders, executives, men and women professionals who would like to connect with other professionals in the region
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