Ann Richards

Ann Richards

Oct 28 2013

The Superwoman Series: Part III


Lakshmi BhojrajMBA '01, The Breazzano Family 

Executive Director of  the Parker Center

Lakshmi joined the Parker Center in June 2003.  In her role as Executive Director, she has oversight of the $7 million Cayuga MBA Fund, is responsible for developing and maintaining corporate relationships for the Parker Center, advises students with an interest in asset management careers, and runs several signature events for the Center and Johnson, including the MBA Stock Pitch Challenge, the Women in Investing (WIN) Conference, which she founded in 2010, and the Undergraduate Stock Pitch Challenge, which she initiated in 2011.  Lakshmi is a graduate of Johnson and also obtained her undergraduate degree from Cornell University.  She is also a fantastic mother of two! 

With Christine Sneva, Executive Director of Admissions and Financial Aid 

This dialogue will focus on how to sustain a work life balance throughout your career from early on and help you consider next steps whether promotional opportunities or business school/other type of graduate program.  Join us as we discuss how to maintain momentum, and balance the pressures of professional and personal life. 

This is interactive and live from Ithaca, N.Y.  Christine and Lakshmi look forward to engaging with you and taking your questions on Tuesday, October 29th at 1pm EDT.

Tuesday, October 29th
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

Please click here to pre-register.
Once you pre-register, you will receive an email with a link and password for the day of the event.

What is the "Superwoman Series?"

This is a five part dialogue series that addresses the concerns, fears, challenges and benefits that women face in balancing their professional and personal lives through their 20’s and 30’s.  Each month we set the stage to bring in speakers who are doers and achievers, leaders and innovators who will challenge you to think about setting goals, defining your potential and forging a path that fits you.  This isn’t about why you should pursue an MBA, although some of the speakers have earned MBA’s and some work in traditional business related fields.  It promises to be unlike any other event – focused just on women, accessible from anywhere in the world, live and interactive.  This is about an honest dialogue that addresses questions and concerns that are unique to women as they begin or move forward in their professional lives. 

We are focused on helping women define and achieve their goals.  We don’t promise to have all the answers, but we hope to start a meaningful dialogue and challenge you to reach your potential.  We will focus on topics important to women and encourage you to respond with questions and/or topics you would like to see covered.  

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