We are excited to announce that registration is now open for our Women’s Leadership Conference “You Can’t Pour From an Empty Cup…Learn the Secret to Keeping Your Cup Full” on April 28th at PWC in the Seaport. Click here to register today!
Join us from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, with reception and dinner to follow, to learn the secret to keeping your cup full. Emotional, mental, and physical factors in our life challenge us as women and leaders; these things can quickly empty out your cup but can also easily be replenished when you know how. We have a fantastic program lined up. Highlights of our morning session and the dynamic women who will be speaking are:
A Leadership Journey with Purpose & Passion with Sarah Iselin, President and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of MA. Sarah will discuss the evolution of her career and leadership style as she begins her new job with a goal to create a health care system that’s more empathetic, equitable, accessible, and affordable for all. A sample of what you’ll learn:
• How Sarah leaned in on authenticity as a leader
• Her lessons learned in creating her own unique leadership style
• The biggest opportunities for the next generation of leaders
This will be a fireside chat with ample time for audience questions.
Sarah brings nearly 30 years of experience in health care strategy, policy, operations, finance, and philanthropy to Blue Cross and leads the company’s work to create a health care system that is more empathetic, equitable, accessible, and affordable for all.
Where Do You Want to Go and What Skills Do You Need to Get There? Everyone’s Work Journey is Different. See how these three women followed different career paths to end up at the same place: a successful executive position where they feel fulfilled and are having an impact on their organization and the customers they serve.
Our speakers are:
Beth Roberts, President, Beth Israel Lahey Health Performance Network. Respected as a passionate, no-nonsense leader with a credible voice in decision making, Beth sees opportunities and works cross-functionally to develop and implement strategies that drive organizational growth.
Joanna De Pena, Founder and Executive Director, Top Notch Scholars. Joanna founded Top Notch Scholars in 2015, a leadership development non-profit organization dedicated to helping kids find their life passion and career goals and guiding them towards success through leadership academies, internships and conferences.
Amy Hoey, President, Lowell General Hospital. Ms. Hoey leads the preparation of the organization’s annual goals and objectives, and continually evaluates the plans to ensure the successful performance of Lowell General Hospital and its ability to meet its mission to put Patients First in Everything We Do.
Deborah Wilson, President & Chief Executive Officer, Lawrence General Hospital will moderate. Deb Wilson has 40 years of experience in health care leadership, finance, and operations. Deb joined LGH in 2011 as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial officer, then became the Hospital’s Executive Vice President and ultimately became the CEO in February 2020.
Two Leaders with One Vision: Addressing Youth Development and Equity at Camp Harborview
Learn how to use your voice to do good. The challenges and rewards of two women working together as leaders of Camp Harborview, and their combined efforts to address youth development and racial, economic and health equity through their work with kids and families. With styles very different one from the other, these leaders are completely compatible, and will share how they lead with impact.
Sharon McNally is the President of Camp Harbor View, where she had led its work since its founding in 2007. Camp Harbor View partners with Boston teens and families through year-round youth programs and family services to cultivate long-term opportunity for young people and economic stability and mobility for families.
Lisa Fortenberry is one of Boston’s most established, innovative, and inspiring leaders in the youth development field, bringing nearly 20 years of experience to her current role as the Executive Vice President of Camp Harbor View.
To Have a Brand You Must Know the Power From Within. To have a brand you must know the power you possess within yourself. Three leaders bring a multi-faceted lens to how they work to develop, style and promote their brand as an individual, in your role within a company, or as a company.
Our speakers are:
Niobis (Nio) Queiro is the President and CEO of The Queiro Group providing transformation, integration, advisory and leadership development services. Nio formerly was the SVP of Revenue Cycle Tufts Medicine, in Boston Massachusetts. She brings vast experience in both the hospital and physician revenue cycle industry.
Lora Carr, Vice President, Growth, Accuity Healthcare. Lora is an experienced sales and marketing professional who has spent the last ten years in healthcare serving customers in the areas of InfoSec, AI/automation and Services across the front, middle and backend revenue cycle.
Andrea LePain, Chief Executive Officer, and Founder eMedia Junction is an award-winning journalist with more than 20 years of combined media and public relations experience. In this role, she leads media and communications strategy for a wide range of clients, providing counsel, developing plans and executing successful engagement strategies for dozens of brands. Andrea specializes in translating complex topics into engaging and relevant storylines that appeal to target audiences.
How to Own Your Personal Brand & Live Your Best Life. Danielle Vardaro, Vice President of Worldwide Customer Support & Aftermarket Sales at Embraer will share her journey as a mechanical engineer. She has found a way to use her influence and impact to change the world. In this session you will you learn how to show up as your whole self, strengthen your brand and differentiate yourself from others!
Permission to Eat: Nutrition from and Abundance Mindset. Heather Zeman, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with Back Bay Health specializes in helping athletes and active adults address disordered eating patterns. In this session she will help you explore why diets don’t work and how giving yourself permission to eat everything from apples to doughnuts might just be the key to a healthier you. From an abundance mindset, this session will help you reconnect with your hunger cues, prepare balanced meals and snacks with ease, and fuel your body with the energy it deserves.
With an agenda like this you can’t pass up this Conference! Click here to register today!