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Breadwinning Women of the World
As we are all aware, women face unique challenges within the workplace and when you are the primary earner in your household, this can create additional complexities which can be different than traditional male breadwinners.
Despite the growing number of breadwinning women, there are many societal gender norms and sensitivities tied to success and money which cause these women to be part of a ‘silent’ community. Only when they open up to one another do they realize how many of us there are, and how much we need to be discussing our challenges and opportunities.
This webinar will:
- Build community by creating more understanding and a space to connect
- Provide you with informative data around breadwinning women and gender-based financial matters
- Allow you to feel more confident in your role and capabilities, less alone and more driven in your career
About Bethanie Baynes
Bethanie Baynes | Google | Director, Global Partnerships | Bethanie began her career in the photo industry before joining Google in 2004. Throughout her 15 year career at Google she has spent 12 hour days reviewing ads, sold the first campaigns on YouTube, created, launched and (sometimes) sunsetted products, negotiated billions of dollars in first-of-their-kind deals and now oversees New Business Development, Revenue Management and Analytical Insights. Bethanie is a tireless women’s advocate, particularly on the topic of breadwinning women. She created a Breadwinning Women’s community at Google which has grown to over 1200 women globally in less than a year. Bethanie has been featured on Refinery 29, Medium, Said Business School at Oxford University, Chief Mom Officer and on podcasts such as So Money with Farnoosh Torabi and the Ellevate Network. Additionally, she hosts many Talks At Google events for the Google sponsored YouTube channel on topics focused on furthering women in various industries including the film Equity, the film Egg, the documentary She Started It and the book The Myth of the Nice Girl. Bethanie holds a BA in Human Services from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. She has attended several global leadership conferences for women including Women Transforming Leadership at Said Business School at Oxford University in the United Kingdom and the Women’s Director Development Program at Kellogg. She also enjoys world travel, made easier by her fluency in Spanish thanks to her two fun-filled “gap” years in Alicante, Spain. Bethanie lives with her family in Brooklyn, NY.
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