NEW Denver strives to thrive in changing industry
Monday, November 4, 2013
Posted by: Barbara Francella
Women from three
generations offered their unique perspectives on leadership and career advancement
to more than 50 Network of Executive Women members at the inaugural NEW Denver
fall networking event, Oct. 30, 2013 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium.
Representing Baby Boomers, Generation X
and Millenials, Linda Appel Lipsius, cofounder and CEOof Teatulia; Julie
Niehaus, account managerat Procter & Gamble; Monika Reitmeyer, senior
team leader, innovation and business development for Leprino Foods; and Katie
Wolfram, vice president, merchandising for King Soopers, shared their insights
for thriving "in a change or die world.”
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Best-selling author Fawn Germer moderated
the discussion and offered her own take on the women in leadership roles,
saying career advancement is "about getting there and bringing the next one up.”
career moves, she added, "don’t let your security be
Companies sending large delegations to the event include Acosta
Sales & Marketing, King Soopers, MillerCoors, New Hope Natural Media,
PepsiCo Inc. and WhiteWave Foods.
NEW Denver committee came together at the group's inaugural fall event.
From left are Gia Medeiros of 520 Collective, Katrina Hahn of Mrs. Meyer’s
Clean Day, Kristina Cole of WhiteWave Foods, Erica Stone of New Hope
Media, Luci Sheehan of Strategic Sales & Marketing Initiatives,
Wildrick of MetaBrand, Donna Harmon of Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company
and NEW's Vice President of
Member and Regional Services Stephanie McFee.