Join the Baltimore Business Journal on February 25th for this one-of-a-kind event that brings together women in a casual, fast-paced coaching atmosphere.
The event will take place in 43 Business Journal markets on the same day! This means at least 200+ women will be coached in every market or 10K women across America, from Albany to Hawaii.
The event will offer the opportunity to choose from 40 mentors who are the most influential women in the business community for one-on-one coaching sessions for seven minute conversations. The attendees will stand in line and wait for a particular mentor or move to the next mentor available. This will allow the attendees to network with each other while they are waiting, which is just as important as the coaching sessions. We expect every attendee to have the opportunity to meet between one and seven mentors. The quick turnaround is organized chaos which will be fast, fun and fulfilling as everyone gets the chance to meet new people and gain new insights!
8:00-8:30 am Networking and Continental Breakfast
8:30-9:00 am Panel Discussion
9:00-10:30 am Speed Mentoring
Tickets are limited!
Be sure to join the conversation: #mentoringmonday
All Baltimore City chamber members can save $15 by using promo code: baltcitychamber
2019 Mentors | Mentor Bios
updated Feb. 1
Violet Apple, CEO, Girl Scouts of Central Maryland
Katherine Armstrong, Private Wealth Advisor, Heritage Financial Consultants, LLC
Diane Bell-McKoy, President/CEO, Associated Black Charities
Karen Bond, Executive Director, Executive Alliance/Boys Hope Girls Hope
Edie Brown, Owner, Edie Brown Public Relations
Karen Cherry, Vice President, Howard Hughes Corp.
Veronica Cool, Founder/Managing Director, Cool & Associates LLC
Karen Deeley, Senior Vice President, MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC,
Diane Devaney, President, Devaney & Associates
Deborah Diehl, Partner, Whiteford Taylor & Preston
Kate Edwards, Director of Quality Assurance, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.
Aileen Eskildsen, Director, Ellin & Tucker
Cherita Fayton Adams, Office of Human Resource Services, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Amanda Gianotti, President, Allogram
Nancy Hafford, Executive Director, Towson Chamber of Commerce
Heather Harlan Warnack, Assistant Head of School for Advancement, Maryvale Preparatory School
Terri Harrington, Senior Vice President, MacKenzie
Heike Heemann, Founder and President, IdeaShare Coaching
Kris Hoellen, Executive Director, B&O Railroad Museum
Luwanda Jenkins, Executive Director, Luwanda Jenkins and Associates Consulting
Maria Johnson Darby, Director of Development & External Relations, Keswick
Kate Jordan, Principal, Lee & Associates
Cara Joyce, CEO, Urban Pirates
Susan Katz, CEO, Susan Katz Advantage
Julia Marciari-Alexander, Director, The Walters
Wendy Merrill, Owner, StrategyHorse Consulting Group
Monica Mitchell, Vice President, Community Development Officer Maryland and Greater Washington, DC Regions Wells Fargo Government and Community Relations Group
Sheela Murthy, President/Founder, Murthy Law Firm
Rhonda Overby, President and CEO, Camera Ready, Inc.
Laura Pasternak, Principal & Chief Brand Strategist, MarketPoint LLC and Chair, Executive Alliance mentoring committee
Deborah Phelps, Director, The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools Inc.
Ella Pritzker, Owner, Ella Pritsker Studio
Ann Quinn, President, Executive Alliance; and Quinn Strategy Group
Gina Richmond, Senior Vice President, Abel Communication
Angela Ripley, Executive Management President, V.W. Brown
Kirsten Sandberg, Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Private Bank
Laurie Schwartz, President, Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore
Erin Stauder, Executive Director, The Hearing and Speech Agency
*Panel to be announced
More about our Venue Sponsor:
The UMBrella Group: UMB Roundtable on Empowerment in Leadership and Leveraging Aspirations
We work to support the success of women at UMB, advancing them into leadership roles and championing women at all levels of the organization.
Find more info here: https://www.umaryland.edu/umbrella/
Suggested Parking Garages:
Baltimore Grand Garage - 5 N. Paca St.
Pearl Street Garage - 622 W. Fayette St.
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