Saturday, February 18, 2017
8:50 - 10:30 a.m.
|Location||View maps and directions to Underground, Brushaber Commons level 2|
|Registration||Registration is now closed.|
|Sponsors||Bethel University Department of Business and Economics|
The Business & Economics Department invites undergraduate students from all majors (including undecided) to join us for a special breakfast event to explore the importance of dreaming big and discovering our inner strengths as women in the business field.
Dream Big... Be Assertive
Last fall, we learned that leaders in all sectors of society often point to their ability to dream big as a key component of success in their careers. This semester, the Women in Business Breakfast offers the opportunity to take the next step in the dream big journey by developing assertive communication strategies that will get you noticed.
Amanda Carter | Associate Professor of Business and Economics
Carter has spent her career in the field of finance, working for companies like Merrill Lynch, J.P. Morgan, and most recently, Parametric Portfolio Associates. She also brings extensive experience in investment banking, consultancy, project management, and portfolio management. Carter will share some insights that surfaced along her journey from Yale University, Wharton Business School and Wall Street, to her current role in the Business & Economics Department as a specialist in finance.
Joyce LeMay | Associate Professor of Business and Economics
LeMay, SHRM-SCP, SPHR specializes in teaching human resource management and strategic management while also being the current Department Chair. She is an active member of the Society of Human Resource Management and volunteers for key state and national organizational needs. LeMay will address the topic of “assertiveness” and how we all use assertive skills when helping to establish and maintain healthy and productive work environments.
Contact Joyce LeMay at email@example.com or 651.638.6276