A panel of 3 accomplished women from industry will share their perspectives on questions related to the changing climate of job opportunities:
- How do you manage expectations around working from home and caring for children at home? How do you handle or advise people on how to handle the extra burden of primary caregiver responsibilities? How do companies help caregiving employees?
- What is your perspective on the future for job opportunities in the technical/scientific area - short term (18-24 months) and longer-term as we look past COVID? What new specific areas of expertise should be explored as new job opportunity focus areas?
- What mentoring advice can you provide? How have companies changed their strategy when looking for new employees and how should one change their personal focus, profile or approach when applying for jobs? How can job applicants determine which companies might be a good personal fit for them?
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Brenda LeMire is Vice President, Human Resources for corporate and enabling functions at Starbucks. In this role, Brenda is in charge of driving organizational effectiveness, developing leaders and highly effective teams, and delivering strategic human resources solutions to drive business results.
Amy Meiners is a retail and consumer product goods industry expert who has worked across major companies like Target, Kimberly-Clark, Amazon and is currently at Google serving as a Category Leader in Google Shopping. Amy has expertise in marketing strategy, business intelligence, launching new businesses and partnerships, and running large multi-million dollar retail categories.
Lisa R. Robinson is vice president of Global Food Safety and Public Health within the Research, Development & Engineering function of Ecolab Inc. In this role, Robinson leads a global network of divisionally aligned food safety resources and is responsible for the functional leadership of the company’s food safety and public health strategy.
Mary Wagner is CFANS Alumna and founding supporter of the Artemisia Leadership Initiative. Mary is an industry expert in Product Innovation, as well as Quality/Food Safety and Regulatory. She is Founder and President of MK Wagner and Associates, Inc. and serves on Boards of Directors for several food industry companies as well as Chair of the Food Safety Advisory Board for Ecolab.