VIRTUAL | Office Hours, with Nancy Sheppard
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VIRTUAL | Office Hours, with Nancy Sheppard

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

When: Tuesday, August 4, 2020
12:00-12:45 pm PT
Where: ZOOM - Link to be provided in registration confirmation
United States
Contact: Erin Tselenchuk

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Weekly Virtual Office Hours - A Woman's Place is in the Boardroom, with Nancy Sheppard

An introductory look at the journey to a corporate board seat with Nancy Sheppard, CEO & Founder, Women2Boards. If you are curious about how the road to the boardroom is changing for women and whether this is a good goal for you, this provides many insights into understanding what it takes to gain your seat at the table.

akeways include:
  • Why you should serve on a Board
  • How to become Corporate Board ready and the skills that are needed today
  • What type of Board is right for you
  • How to build your brand and create your story
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 30-45-minute 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 the Speaker

Nancy Sheppard founded Women2Boards in 2014 and is known as an early thought leader in the movement to bring gender parity to corporate governance. She is also the Chief Board Journey Advisor for The Athena Alliance, a national organization where she coaches executive women who are board ready. She designed and leads the training programs offered by How Women Lead that have propelled over 400 executive women into their boardroom journey in the past two years. She launched the San Francisco chapter of 2020 Women on Boards, a national nonprofit with the mission to increase the number of women directors to a minimum of 20 percent of board members. Her passion to move the needle on boardroom diversity was born after she served for 24 years as CEO of Western Independent Bankers, the largest regional banking association in the U.S. She has served on two private boards and several nonprofit boards. She was a contributor and editor of Get On Board: Earning Your Ticket to a Corporate BoardSeat published in 2019.