50/50: Making Leadership Parity by 2025 a Reality

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Take The Lead Presents: Virtual Happy Hour series, seeks to change the narrative from problems to solutions through thought leadership.


50/50: Making Leadership Parity by 2025 a Reality

Tune in on Wednesday, May 10th at 6:30 pm ET for our next Virtual Happy Hour.

Gloria Feldt will interview Emmy-nominated filmmaker Tiffany Shlain, to chat about her latest project 50/50: Rethinking the Past, Present, and Future of Women + Power and what inspired her to create a special day highlighting the importance of achieving gender equality in the world.

Then, we’ll be joined by an amazing panel of our very own Leadership Ambassadors, Lori Chillingworth, Yesi Murillo-Gual and Amber Nelson, who are implementing Take The Lead’s groundbreaking programs across the country. They will share what tools they find most effective and discuss what trends in leadership development programs move the dial.

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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

Lori Chillingworth is Chief Credit Administrator of Small Business for Zions Bancorporation and has been a small business advocate her entire career. In 1997, she was hired at Zions Bank to be the founding manager of the Zions Bank Women’s Financial Group. In 2015, Lori launched the Women’s Leadership Institute which is dedicated to diversity and women’s leadership training and conveying the positive impact women leaders have on economic development, vitality, and the overall health of business and politics. Lori is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School, American Institute of Banking, and the Northwestern Bank Leadership Program. As a recipient of the International Women’s Forum Leadership Foundation 2014-2015 Fellows Program scholarship, she attended the Harvard Business School and INSEAD, Business School for the World, in Paris for advanced studies in global leadership. She was also the recipient of the “Community Impact” award by U.S. Banker Magazine in 2015.

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Yesi Morillo-Gual is Founder of Proud to Be Latina and senior finance executive with cross functional expertise in areas of compliance, risk management, project management and marketing, with a focus on operational risk. Creative strategist and keen leader with more than 20 years of corporate experience and a pragmatic sense of business acumen.

Amber Nelson is the Leadership Ambassador Program Director at Take The Lead. Her communications and marketing expertise guide the recruitment, training, and strategy that drives the program. A longtime advocate for women’s rights, she supports Leadership Ambassadors across the country, builds relationships with corporate and nonprofit partners, and develops marketing that helps new audiences discover Take the Lead. She runs Lingo Consulting, Inc., a marketing, communications and research firm in Southern California with clients such as Kaiser Permanente, Transamerica, and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

Tiffany Shlain is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker, founder of The Webby Awards and co-founder of 50/50 Day, an annual event with thousands of screenings and discussions around the globe exploring what it’s going to take to get to a more gender balanced world. Her films and work have received over 80 awards and distinctions including premieres at The Sundance Film Festival, a Disruptive Innovation Award from Tribeca Film Festival, inclusion in NPR’s list of best commencement speeches and The US State Department sends Tiffany and her films to represent America at embassies around the world to foster dialogue. She runs the Let it Ripple Film studio in San Francisco and is a Henry Crown Fellow of The Aspen Institute. Twitter @tiffanyshlain, tiffanyshlain.com

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