POWER London 2016: Opening Doors for Women. Photo of Dallas skyline

 

The Impostor Syndrome and Women on Boards – Why It Matters at All Levels

Join POWER for an intimate and engaging two-part program delving into what inhibits – and accelerates – an individual’s performance. Learn how to propel your career path and avoid the minefields we place in our own way. Discover the value of board service, and why it’s important to start thinking about it now. We look forward to your participation, conversation and insights! (Read more.)

 


 

2 November 2016

Southwest Airlines TOPS
2432 Wyman Street
Dallas, TX 75235

 
 

Imposter Syndrome
Keynote Speaker

Joyce M. Roché
Author and Former CEO of Girls Inc

Author: The Empress Has No Clothes: Conquering Self-Doubt to Embrace Success

Corporate Board Director: AT&T Inc., Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc., Macy’s Inc. and Tupperware Brands Corporation

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Moderator

Laura Nieto
Director,
Community Affairs & Grassroots,
Southwest Airlines

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Panelists

Emma Preston
Partner, KPMG

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Jenifer Robertson
Senior Vice President, Technology Strategy & Portfolio Implementation, AT&T

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Jennifer Stewart
Senior Manager and Assistant General Counsel, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services

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Katherine Findlay
Vice President, Internal Audit
Southwest Airlines

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Women on Boards – Why It Matters At All Levels
Thought Leader

Vicki W. Kramer
President, Thirty Percent Coalition

 

Research summary:
Critical Mass on Corporate Boards: Why Three or More Women Enhance Governance

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Panelist

AJ Barkley
Senior Vice President, Associate Market Executive, Merrill Lynch

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Lisa Singleton
Director, Brunswick Group

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Joyce M. Roché
Author and Former CEO of Girls Inc

Author: The Empress Has No Clothes: Conquering Self-Doubt to Embrace Success

Corporate Board Director: AT&T Inc., Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc., Macy’s Inc. and Tupperware Brands Corporation

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