UTSA to sponsor women's leadership forum
By Nina Sosa
Diversity Coordinator, Office of Institutional Diversity
(Dec. 20, 2006)--The UTSA Office of Institutional Diversity and the Texas Diversity Council will host the Women in Leadership Symposium from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., Friday, Jan. 12, 2007 at the Buena Vista Theater on the UTSA Downtown Campus. A continental breakfast will be served 7:30-8:30 a.m.
With the theme "profiles of outstanding women," the interactive event will include discussion of the elements of success for women in leadership. This year's symposium continues last year's discussion of the status of women's access to leadership positions with a focus on the next generation of leaders.
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Registration is $35. With each individual registration, a high school or college student can register at no charge. For planning purposes, early registration is encouraged.
Register online at the Texas Diversity Council Web site.
- Keynote speaker: Sheryl Sculley, San Antonio city manager
- Moderator, Cynthia Rocha, CEO, L.E.A.D. Consulting
- Dianna Stone, UTSA professor of management
- Patricia Adams, president and CEO, Zeitgeist Expressions Inc.
- Nina Brooks, vice president of technology and CIO, San Antonio Express-News
- Margaret Cerrudo, senior vice president for human resources, AT&T Operations Inc.
- Sarah Simpson, vice president for corporate communications, Tesoro
- Laura Weiss, partner, Fulbright & Jaworski
- The Inclusion Challenge: Overcoming Workforce Barriers
- Preparing for a Position of Power and Leadership
- Balancing Career and Personal Life
- Keys to Personal Success
- Leadership Excellence
- Gender Unconscious: Do Women in Power Have a Responsibility To Other Women in the Workplace?
- Women Can or Can't Lead: Perception vs. Reality
- Cross Cultural Leadership: Women Bridging the Racial Divide