University of North Carolina Wilmington
University of North Carolina Wilmington

Swain Center: Executive Education and Economic Development

International Women's Day Speaker Series

Hosted by UNCW's Swain Center
In partnership with Cameron School of Business, Alumni Association, Office of Institutional Diversity & Inclusion,
Gender Studies & Research Center, and Office of Community Engagement & applied Learning

Thank you for joining us in celebrating our virtual International Women's Day Speaker Series during the week of March 8 - 12, 2021. We hosted four experts in women in leadership, each day from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm est. Our guest speakers and details from their sessions are highlighted below.

We hope to celebrate International Women’s Day with you all again in 2022!

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ABOUT

In 2021 and across the globe, men and women will focus on the choice to uplift women, challenge inequality, and create a more inclusive world. Visit www.internationalwomensday.com and use #ChooseToChallenge and #IWD2021 on social media to share your stories and show how you celebrate International Women's Day in your community!

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CONTACT US

Please send general inquiries regarding the Speaker Series to: swain@uncw.edu



Agenda


Guest Speaker: Portia Mount

March 8, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Introduces Imposter Syndrome and explains its impact on the individual and team, as well as four strategies to overcome IS. Learn about what organizations can and should do to foster inclusion.

Guest Speaker: Jennifer Martineau

March 10, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Introduces key elements of a strong network and provides guidance to participants as they map their current network. Learning outcomes include:

• Understanding the key elements of a strong network
• Assessing the strength of your current network
• Identifying gaps in your current network and actions to fill those gaps

Guest Speaker: Abigail Dunne-Moses

March 11, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

This session is an invitation for us all to continually elevate ourselves to a place of profound resilience. Our conversation will:

• Explore the key ingredients that enable women to rise to a new level of profound resilience.
• Learn to create a life of significance and respect.

Guest Speaker: Laura Santana

March 12, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Empowers participants to learn and practice tools to show up at your best more consistently, even during disruption. Learning objectives include:

• Understand disruption and its potential impact on nervous system
• Leverage neuroscience findings to chart your own path to calm
• Identify what gives your days meaning and purpose
• Practice mindfulness as a tool to connect to meaning


Speakers


Portia Mount

Portia Mount

VP of Marketing for Ingersoll Rand/Trane. Co-author of Kick Some Glass and author of Imposter Syndrome. Expert in Women in Leadership, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion as well as Leadership Brand. Author, speaker, coach and advisor.

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Jennifer Martineau

Jennifer Martineau

Founder and President, Leap & Inspire Global. Former SVP for Research & Innovation at CCL. Co-author Kick Some Glass. Expert in Women in Leadership as well as Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. Author, speaker and advisor.

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Abigail Dunne-Moses

Abigail Dunne-Moses

Senior Faculty & Global Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at CCL. Expert in DEI as well as Women in Leadership and Transformation. Author, speaker, coach and advisor.

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Laura Santana

Laura Santana

Founder of Leadership Consulting Solutions and Former Global Leadership Partner at CCL. Expert in Women in Leadership, Cross-Cultural Leadership, Resiliency, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. Author, speaker and advisor.

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Thank you for joining us in honoring International Women’s Day.
Learn more about the aspirations of the International Women's Day organization here.