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Goat Rodeo Leadership Series: Session 1
Employee Strategies & Eklund Consulting
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Treasurer of the Board
Green Card Voices
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Adult Education and Training Manager
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Work Redux: Consequences for Women in the Workplace
March 8, 2017


Life Reimagined | Checkup
Minneapolis Institute of Art, Villa Rosa Room — 2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404
November 09, 2017
In every professional journey there’s a time when you hit the "What’s Next?" crossroad. Pollen and AARP have teamed up to bring Pollenites an in-depth, focused panel and workshop that will address this very question.

On top of managing careers, running businesses, and leading organizations, women are caring for their families, children, and communities. Most of that work goes unnoticed and is under-appreciated. On September 27, 2017, Pollenites came together to hear from women leaders who have experienced the hidden and visible effects when careers and caregiving collide.