Empowering Women in Leadership
Participate in this discussion of the stories and challenges of women in leadership today, and learn how you can support organizations in this area through your transforming influence!
March 9th @ 3pm CT
When it comes to gender, what does representation really look like in the workplace? How does the "ideal executive" prototype impact both men and women? What steps can you as a process consultant take in order to contribute to an organization's growth as it relates to empowering women in leadership? Join experienced consultant Dawn Y. Graber as she leads a thought-provoking and action-oriented discussion.
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Senior Consultant & Executive Leadership Coach with Design Group InternationalLike many women, Dawn has experienced being the first woman in various roles and has also experienced missing out on some senior positions because of both her past acceptance of and others' limited experiences with women in leadership that imagined men as filling certain roles. She has a special place in her heart for women leaders and men allies who help pave the way for women to courageously show up with a renewed confidence of how they as women ARE needed at the head table. She comes out of an education, Christian ministry, and healthcare background with a BS in Nursing and a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction in Education. She is an Advanced Process Consultant working through Design Group International and is a certified ICF executive coach. She holds certifications in Women in Leadership from Cornell University and Nonprofit Board Governance from Board Source. Dawn lives in Sarasota, Florida and with her husband, Doug, of 40 years has 4 adult children who are married and 8 grandchildren. She loves living right next door to her daughter's family and her mother.
CEO of Society for Process Consulting
Kim Stezala, M.S., has devoted more than 25 years to the nonprofit, education, and business sectors in management, volunteer, and founder roles. She is dedicated to educational access, specifically the pipeline to and through college. Combining objective analysis with the power of process consulting, Kim assists scholarship providers, youth agencies, college prep programs, colleges and universities, foundations, and membership associations to improve outcomes and handle complex organizational change. Clients partner with Kim to create programs, develop strengths, measure impact, and share results. This is accomplished through strategic program planning, evaluation and improvement, outcomes monitoring and grant reporting, stakeholder engagement, and student access and success projects. As a result, clients are better equipped to achieve their desired impact and tell their success story.