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Getting a Seat
at the Table

Oct 16, 2019 10:00 AM PDT
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"We're making great strides in gender equality in the workforce now, but how do we ensure we aren't still here in the future?"

Why aren’t there more women in business leadership, and what can we do to change that? How do we solve the gender parity problem now so that we aren’t still facing the same inequities in five or 10 years?

As Principal at Grant Thornton LLP, Jennifer Morelli specializes in large-scale business transformation, and she sees women leaders as key to an organization’s success. For this Innovative Women in Leadership virtual event, she’ll share how to advocate for young women by giving them a seat at the table.

You’ll learn:
  • how to set women up for success in leadership
  • how to navigate the potential backlash of "playing the female card"
  • concrete ways you can send the elevator back down

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Jennifer Morelli

Principal at Grant Thornton LLP

Jennifer is a leader of Grant Thornton's Business Change Enablement practice. She advises clients across a broad range of industries on how to handle the ‘people side of change’ through organizational, process and technology transformation. Jennifer drives value for her clients by tailoring approaches and tactics that enable strategy through disciplined execution, while minimizing organizational disruption and driving sustainability.



Angela Garinger

Executive Producer and Host

As the Executive Producer and Host for Thoughtexchange, Angela is able to combine her experience as a morning show radio host and commercial producer with her years of experience as a corporate leader to create, produce, and host the different Thoughtexchange virtual event series and many in-person events. She is passionate about profiling transformative and innovative leaders in all industries. Outside of work, Angela is an amateur stand-up comedian and, as a happily married mother of two daughters, she relies on humour to navigate life.

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