The 13th annual Women & Careers Conference at CSULB Friday
2011-03-08 · By Editor
Seven successful professional women with a variety of different university degrees and from sometimes seemingly unrelated career choices will participate in a moderated panel presentation between 9 a.m. and noon. They will share stories of their successes and challenges, their inspirations and aspirations, their decision-making process, their support systems – their paths to their careers.
Students and other attendees will have opportunities to ask questions, meet successful professional women, and meet other students with similar goals and aspirations. They will have an opportunity to clarify their own ideas and concerns and examine aspects of careers they may wish to incorporate into their own future – or avoid.
“The core of the program is for students to hear successful women talk about the various factors involved in the decisions they have made about their careers,” said Jeane Caveness, assistant dean of students and Women & careers Conference coordinator. “It tends to bring in issues such as life/work balance, mentoring, and benefits negotiation, thus providing students with new ways of looking at their options.”
Deputy Mayor for Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs
City of Los Angeles
CSULB 1997, Political Science
MONA LEE NESSETH
Graduate Gemologist and Private Jeweler
CSULB 1980, Business Administration, Marketing
Clark University 1981, Geography; CSU Pomona 1993, Urban and Regional Planning
Public Relations Manager
Long Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
CSULB 2004, Journalism, Public Relations
CAROLEE OGATA, Ed.D.
Director of Certificated Personnel,
Garden Grove Unified School District
CSULB 1990, Speech Education, 2002, Teaching Credential, Educational Leadership Ed.D
The Honorable DEBORAH L. SANCHEZ
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge
CSULB 1982, Sociology
Cali Bike Tours
CSULB 1999, Finance
Following the panel presentation, attendees are invited to stay for a 30-minute roundtable with the panelists, previous panelists and professional women. The program closes with participants writing letters of intent to themselves, which will be mailed to them a month after the conference.
The conference also provides resources for further exploration into careers, both general and specific, and connects students to a process for continuing their research.
The Women & careers Conference is Friday, March 11, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the ballrooms of the CSULB University Student Union (USU).
Conference details, including speakers and the online registration form, can be found at www.csulb.edu/women-and-careers .
The event is sponsored by the career Development Center, Educational career Services, and the Women’s Resource Center, partnering with the USU Program Council, Associated Students, Inc., President’s Commission on the Status of Women, Feminist Organization Reclaiming Consciousness and Equality and the Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Student Association.
For more information on the 13th annual Women & careers Conference, contact the CSULB Women’s Resource Center at 562/985-8576 or via e-mail at email@example.com .