VIRTUAL | Special Edition Office Hours, Bring Your Child (Virtually) to Watermark
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VIRTUAL | Special Edition Office Hours, Bring Your Child (Virtually) to Watermark

PRICING: Members: Complimentary | Non-Members: $10

When: Thursday, April 23, 2020
2:00-3:00 pm PT
Where: Zoom
United States
Contact: Erin Tselenchuk

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Special Edition Virtual Office Hours - Bring Your Child to Watermark, featuring Simone Marean | CEO and Co-Founder of Girls Leadership

This is an interactive Q&A session. Please be prepared to have your audio and video connected; when you join, please mute your audio.

Bring Your Child to Work Day is a bit different this year than in the past since many children in your lives are already with you due to mandatory shelter-in-places. We invite you and your children to join Watermark for a fun and educational session! We're going to have a conversation with Simone Marean, CEO and Co-Founder fo Girls Leadership, This session will include:

  • Ways to share with your children your value in the workplace and what you do every day
  • A sneak-peek at the research from Girls Leadership
  • How we can support those who identify as girls from all backgrounds in a new learning environment
Watermark's new Weekly Virtual Office Hours are an opportunity to ask your questions and get immediate answers, solutions and recommendations for the issues that you face. The 1-hour session is face-to-face, allowing you and others to connect with the expert thinkers, leaders and solution-driven people you want to meet. Bring a cup of coffee, tea, and a snack during this personal and real conversation. 

About Simone Marean

Simone Marean is the CEO and Co-Founder of Girls Leadership, a national educational nonprofit that equips girls with the skills to exercise the power of their voice. In Girls Leadership’s ten years as a nonprofit, it has impacted over 200,000 girls, and is on track to reach one million girls by 2023. She began her career teaching in New York at Brearley and the Young Women’s Leadership School, taught at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy in South Africa, and now presents the latest research and work on girls around the country, including at Google, Facebook, Morgan Stanley, PwC, UBS, as well as on the Today Show and KQED’s Forum. She graduated from Bryn Mawr College, earned a master’s in education from NYU, and now lives with her family in Berkeley, CA.