4TH ANNUAL WHARTON WOMEN IN BUSINESS ALUMNAE CONFERENCE
Wharton Club Members, including Wharton Alumnae & Alumni
Invited to this Important Annual Conference
Wharton alumnae are executives, entrepreneurs, elected officials, not-for-profit leaders, angel investors, and more. We’re also daughters, sisters, mothers, and mentors.
The Wharton Women in Business Alumnae Group exists to foster community, connection, and learning. And to advance conversation, and action, about women and our careers.
Women who graduated from degree programs at Wharton can ioin our conversation on Linked In, where you’ll also find information about local opportunities to connect, and our annual alumnae conference.
Thursday, March 14th
306 Market Street Philadelphia, PA
|6 p.m. ||Registration and cocktail reception|
| 7 p.m. || Dinner and Conversation with Professor Sigal Barsade|
| 9 p.m.||Night Concludes|
Friday, March 15th
8th Floor, Jon M. Huntsman Hall
3730 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA
|8 a.m.||Registration and Breakfast|
| 8:30 a.m. || Opening Colloquium Hall|
| 8:45 a.m.|| Conference Theme: Courageous Conversations|
| || Discussion: How to Build and Deepen Connections|
| 9:45 a.m. || Break|
| 10 a.m. || Communication Exercise: Building on the Power of Impressions|
| || Professor Monica McGrath|
| 11 a.m. || Conversation with Professor Lori Rosenkopf|
| 11:45 a.m.|| Lunch|
| 1 p.m.|| Exploring courageous visions:|
| || Successful alumnae from different career stages and industries |
will engage in an innovative interview session designed to unearth
the important and often courageous conversations
| 2:15 p.m.|| Building Connections: |
| || We will explore the role of networks in our lives and work and discuss|
how we can use networks to advance our careers.
| 3:30 p.m. || Closing: Action Steps: What now? Why? |
| || We will close the day with a reflection on the power of learning through |
conversation, and the role Lifelong Learning can play in your career.
| 4:30 p.m. || Afterparty|
| 6:30 p.m. || Event Concludes|