Webinar: Navigating Transitions in Career with Karina Cabrera Bell
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Webinar: Navigating Transitions in Career with Karina Cabrera Bell

When: Wednesday, February 5, 2020
12:00-1:00 pm PT
Where: WebEx
United States
Contact: Erin Tselenchuk

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Navigating Transitions in Career

We all know that life is a journey and your professional life is no exception, filled with as many transitions as your personal life. Transitions in your career stem from any number of factors, including job loss, re-entering the workforce after children or caring for a loved-one, new opportunities to advance. There is also the driving happiness factor, the desire to re-invent oneself out of need or necessity, by switching careers entirely.

The hour-long discussion will provide guidance as it dives into a variety of topics related to your specific needs. This is an open discussion with attendees encouraged to share their experiences.

This webinar will:

  • Review what is workplace satisfaction and how it impacts productivity
  • The impact of gender equity as well as intersectionality among women
  • Discuss the challenges facing different types of career changes (e.g., going from in-house to freelancing or consulting)
  • How to know when a career transition is right for you
  • And knowing how to connect with recruiters for when you have specialized experience

Abou Karina Cabrera Bell

Karina Cabrera Bell is co-founder of OpenAccess, a talent strategy firm working with companies to close the gender equity gap in the workplace. The firm places executive women in leadership roles and shapes workplace cultures where women can thrive. Prior to OpenAccess, she spent more than a decade working at the highest levels of government. At the Obama White House, Bell led the congressional affairs and recruitment efforts within the Presidential personnel office. She created strategies to recruit world-class talent to join President Obama’s political team across all agencies, contributing to the most diverse federal workforce in history. ‍ Previously, she worked as a special advisor to U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand where she advocated on behalf of women and families. ‍

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