Mentoring the Next Generation
Many of today's senior female leaders report that the mentors who helped them along the way were primarily men. The lack of women role models and mentors is a frequent subject of the media.
Join EWF International for our annual leadership breakfast panel discussion on “Mentoring the Next Generation.”
Hear from three highly accomplished women executives as they discuss the importance and impact of paying it forward to make a difference, and the role today's women leaders should play in bringing the next generation of women into the senior leadership ranks.
Our panelists include:
Managing Director, Market Executive for US Trust, part of Bank of America
Jennifer leads the greater North Texas Region for U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management. She earned her M.B. A. from the University of Dallas with a focus on Finance and was selected for the University of Dallas 2013 ‘Smart List’ for distinguished Alumni. She has attended the renowned Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania leadership program and is a Securities Industry Institute Society Member.
She is the Executive Sponsor for Bank of America Community volunteers and has acted as the liaison for non-profit financial literacy training needs served by Bank of America. Jennifer was a member of the founding committee for Leadership, Education, Advocacy, and Development for Women. She has participated in the selective service projects with former CEO Hugh McColl and was selected for two “Future Leader” programs with former CEO, Ken Lewis.
Vice President Western Region for US and Canada, BT Global Services
BT Global Services is a leading provider of communications services and solutions serving the needs of more than 5,500 multinational companies in 180 countries worldwide. Tammie Briscoe provides oversight of all business sales and operations activities required in the delivery of networked IT services for BT Global Services clients. Prior to her current role, Tammie held various positions at BT, spanning multiple disciplines and geographies, including Chief Operating Officer in the US&C.
Tammie has held a wide range of roles in telecommunications, encompassing Operations, Engineering, Service Management, Project Management and Sales across a broad range of industries, including finance, pharmaceutical and manufacturing. She has a passion for diversity and inclusion, as well as growing the capability of new talent in the business.
Trude Van Horn, CIO of NCH Corporation.
NCH Corporation is a global leader in industrial, commercial, and institutional maintenance products and services operating in over 50 countries. Trude serves as the Chief Information Officer with a team of over 100 associates based across the US, Europe and Asia. Her team supports a very diverse portfolio of growing businesses. She has held former Technology Leadership positions at American Express, JP Morgan, Jo-Ann Stores, Office Depot, Haggar Clothing Company and Victoria’s Secret.
Trude has received numerous awards including:
- Innotech DFW IT Executive of the Year in 2014
- Dallas Business Journal "Women in Technology" award in 2015.
- 2017 Dallas CIO of the Year Finalist
Thursday, March 2nd
7:30am - 9:15am
2251 N Greenville Ave
Richardson, Texas 75082
Seating is Limited - Register Early!
Corporate Sponsorship Tables seat 8 and will be recognized from the podium.
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Designed for women by women, EWF International was founded in 1999 providing business advice and leadership development for female professionals. We offer professional development and leadership training through Peer Advisory Groups, workshops, coaching, consulting, and educational events. We know that women business owners and executives sometimes face different challenges than their male counterparts, which is why we focus specifically on women. Our mission is to help women achieve their personal and professional goals. EWF events offer an opportunity to learn and interact with other women leaders.