Women's Leadership Network Virtual Discussion: How Inspiring Leaders Emerge in Challenging Times
We face unprecedented challenges in both our personal and working lives brought on by the global pandemic and the continued public discourse as the country continues to grapple with long-term issues of racial inequality in our country.
An unexpected outcome of these times, we have seen leaders emerge to call attention to and address issues and to advance dialogue and institute positive change.
Join us for an engaging panel discussion as we explore how inspiring leaders can emerge during this critical time.
- What qualities do these leaders possess?
- What prepared them to assume these leadership roles?
- How have these leaders been able to lead during a time of both uncertainty and upheaval?
- What lessons have these leaders learned to impart on the next generation of leaders?
Michael Cahill, President and Joseph Crea Dean and Karen Porter, Arthur Pinto and Stephen Bohlen Associate Dean for Inclusion and Diversity, will begin with a brief welcome and overview of the program.
Jenny Chung '14 – President, Asian Pacific American Lawyers Association of New Jersey; Associate, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC
Anta Cissé-Green '03 – President, Metropolitan Black Bar Association; Associate General Counsel, NYU Langone Medical Center
Kevin Lauri '90 – Firm Chair, Jackson Lewis P.C.
Caroline Werner '97 – Director, CLW Solutions; Certified Stress & Wellness Consultant; Faculty, NYU School of Social Work
Following the program, Meeka Bondy '94, member of the Women's Leadership Circle, will lead the Q&A portion of the event.