Breaking the glass ceiling – Tips from women who are fearless in doing so
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August 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
A three-speaker panel featuring the following incredible women:
- Mandy Freeman, Director of Product Finance at Axon
Location/ Date & Time
Online via Zoom only:
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Date: August 5, 2020
Time: 12:00p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
The term ‘glass ceiling’ first appeared in 1978 during a panel discussion about women’s aspirations from Marilyn Loden, an American writer and management consultant.
As women, we often encounter many different levels of glass ceilings during the span of our careers. Breaking these glass ceilings takes hard work, strategy and fearlessness, but successfully doing so can result in higher pay, a larger sphere of influence, and increased power to affect change in our workplace.
We have invited the women on this panel who have found their own way to successfully crack or break glass ceilings during their careers and who can share insights on how they overcome barriers to achieving high-paying careers, get the promotions and leadership positions they deserve and help their organizations support them in their pursuit for equal pay and freedom from workplace discrimination.
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Amanda Freeman is a senior finance leader, unlocking P&L value by delivering business insights and shaping strategic plans. As a storyteller, she connects business leaders with the information they need to create growth and business resiliency. She currently serves as Director of Product Finance at Axon. Amanda’s experience includes negotiating resort development deals in Japan, scaling global call center growth, establishing rigorous technology investment processes, and managing online marketing channel ROI. Throughout her career, she’s navigated changing business models and evolving strategic direction for large organizations including Hilton and Expedia. Amanda has a BS in Biology from Wake Forest University and an MBA in Finance from Wharton.