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The new age of female leadership.

How do you succeed in the modern career landscape, whether you’re seeking to climb the ranks in a male-dominated field or want to forge your own path? We’ll hear from corporate execs and business trailblazers on the skills you need to make it happen—without sacrificing your identity or wellness in the process. Looking for real-talk advice on how to build your career while empowering the next generation of female leaders? This is the conversation not to miss.

 

EVENT DETAILS

Wednesday, September 12, 2018
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: The Assemblage NoMad | 114 East 25th, New York, NY 10010

 

THE PANEL

Andréa Mallard | Chief Marketing Officer, Athleta
As the CMO of Athleta, Andréa leads the apparel brand’s purpose-driven vision to inspire women and girls to reach their limitless potential. She speaks about brand strategy at TEDx and conferences around the globe, and her work has been published in Fast Company, Forbes, and more. She previously held positions at IDEO and Omada Health and has worked in multiple languages and cities, including Paris, London, and New York.

Dee Poku-Spalding | Founder, WIE Network + The Other Festival
Dee founded women’s leadership network and global conference WIE, which has featured speakers like Melinda Gates, Arianna Huffington, Nancy Pelosi, and Christy Turlington, and has a background as a studio executive at Paramount Pictures and Focus Features. She’s a contributor to Forbes, advisor to various startups, and member of the Board of Directors of the British Academy of Film & Television (BAFTA).

Kelly Coffey | Chief Executive Officer, J.P. Morgan’s U.S. Private Bank
Kelly Coffey oversees one of the largest providers of wealth management services with more than $820 billion in client assets. Kelly has more than 20 years of experience in a variety of financial leadership positions and sits on the boards of the Central Park Conservancy and Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP), a public charter school in New York City.

Alexia Brue | Co-Founder, Well+Good
Alexia co-founded Well+Good in 2010, and guides the company’s strategic direction while leading the revenue and business development teams. Fun fact: Prior to Well+Good, Brue authored Cathedrals of the Flesh, a travel memoir about the world’s greatest bathing cultures. She lives in New York City with her husband and two children.

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Well+Good TALKS is your front-row seat to the industry insiders, brainy entrepreneurs, and healthy celebs at the forefront of wellness with monthly chats on the buzzy topics that are shaking up the scene right now. 

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