SLV Lean In Lunch with Tanya Kelly-Bowry: Tools and Tips for becoming a To...
SLV Lean In Lunch with Tanya Kelly-Bowry
"Tools and Tips for being a Top Notch Negotiator in the workplace or at the State Capitol"
Sheryl Sandberg in Lean In talks about seizing the moments and going with gusto into the opportunities life presents. I have and do, do this. We should not be afraid to accept new challenges. We should take risks. They can be calculated, but women must take them. If you aren’t willing to do it at work right away, then practice in safer environments. Example: Make yourself go alone to a party. Meet four people, learn what work they do, and make a connection of some type. Over time, the more you practice, the better you get. This will serve you extremely well in your career. Come and learn practical tools for how to take risks, negotiate, and succeed.
Tanya Kelly-Bowry, Valley native, serves as vice president of government relations at the University of Colorado. She also has her own lobbying firm called Policy Matters. Kelly-Bowry has more than 20 years of advocacy experience, having lobbied on behalf of higher education, human services and health care issues in Colorado and Washington, D.C. She earned a Bachelor’s degrees in International Affairs and Political Science at CU-Boulder and a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management from Regis University as a Colorado Trust Fellow. Kelly-Bowry also studied at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government as a member of the senior executives in state and local government. She is married to Chris Bowry and has two daughters Skylar and Jayden.
As always, we'll have a fabulous lunch and time for networking! Tell your friends!
Are there assigned seats?
While you won’t be assigned to a specific seat, we do assign guests to specific tables. We do this to create a supportive environment to meet new people and network. You'll receive your table assignment at the door.
Is there a wait list?
Yes. If you are unable to purchase a ticket once we sell out, please add your name to the wait list and you will be notified if a ticket opens up. Please check your email regularly for updates, as we likely will have very last minute cancelations, and if you do not claim your ticket within 1 hour, we will offer the available ticket to the next person on our wait list.
Is my ticket transferrable?
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