LittlePINKBook.com, brings together a diverse group of top business leaders in highly competitive industries, to share the real, compelling and deeply personal stories behind their rise in American business and what other women can do to dramatically advance in their careers and improve their lives. These panelists will discuss where they are, what they’ve learned and what they had to give up to earn the top job. The lunch event takes place on Monday, October 31 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the InterContinental Hotel in Buckhead, Atlanta.
Here is the panel:
· Maria Brennan, CEO, Women in Cable
· Hope Maragala, CEO, Yankee Candle
· Karen Raskopf, CCO, Dunkin’ Brands
· Coretha Rushing, Chief HR Officer, Equifax
· Sheila Stanziale, CEO, Mighty Leaf Tea
Moderator: Sharon Reed, CBS46 TV Anchor
Authentic leadership is the theme for the event which takes place on Halloween. “Still today too many women feel they have to play the game and wear a mask to get into leadership roles,” says PINK CEO Cynthia Good. “The result is, they probably won’t get the top job because they’re not genuine; and if they get the job anyway – they’re miserable. It’s a no-win scenario. It’s time to take off the mask!”
Little PINK Book reaches 72 million motivated, bright working women who are eager to advance their careers and improve their lives.
In addition to the panel dialogue, an audience of more than 350 high potential women will have the chance to network with like minded individuals prior to lunch. Similar networking opportunities at previous PINK events have resulted in new friendships, job offers, and multi-million-dollar business deals.
As with many events, sponsors make this event possible include: Coca-Cola Company, Dunkin’ Brands, Southern Company, Mighty Leaf Tea, The Home Depot, Greenberg Traurig, Randstad US and Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles magazine. All raffle proceeds will support the Alma G. Davis Foundation to help take the mask off of domestic violence.
For more information, to attend and purchase tickets please go here.