Media Alert - Women's Future Leadership Forum

Junior Achievement of New Jersey Presents The Women’s Future Leadership Forum Connecting Fifty NJ Female Business Leaders with Fifty High School Girls for October 28 Skills to Succeed Workshop
Oct. 27, 2011 - PRLog -- Media advisory
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Junior Achievement of New Jersey Presents Women’s Future Leadership Forum
Sponsored by Accenture, ETS and Tyco International

Friday, October 28 at 8:30am to 1:30pm
Princeton Marriott at Forrestal • 100 college road east • Princeton, NJ

Women’s Future Leadership Forum connects fifty NJ female business leaders with fifty high school girls for October 28 skills to succeed workshop

Accenture CFO Pamela j. Craig to chair day of panel discussions, coaching and mentoring promising young ladies from Trenton and  Franklin High Schools.

8:30 am           registration & meet-n-greet
9:10                  welcome
9:20                  panelist introductions
9:30                  panel discussion with q&a
10:45                break
11:00                one-on-one mentor sessions:  introductions & student           elevator pitch
12:00 pm          pick-up box lunch
12:15                ja personal finance® breakout sessions with box lunch
1:25                  closing remarks by catherine milone, president, junior achievement of nj


Michele tuck-ponder, executive director, women’s fund of nj


Pamela j. Craig, chief financial iqfop officer, Accenture
Mary Beth Drake, vice president, human resources planning & services, Mcgraw-Hill
Michele Minter, vice provost for institutional equity & diversity, Princeton University
Laurie siegel, senior vice president, human resources & internal communications, Tyco
Beverly Williamson, vice president, process excellence, Johnson & Johnson

Event sponsors include:
JA high school heroes
Johnson & Johnson
Princeton Marriott at Forrestal
The Provident Bank Foundation
Tyco International

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Junior Achievement (JA) is the world's largest organization dedicated to educating students about work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential hands-on programs. JANJ is the New Jersey Chapter of Junior Achievement.
Source:Amy Boroff
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Tags:New Jersey, Female Leadership, Mentor, Trenton, Skills to Succeed, Education, Financial Literacy, Work Readiness
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