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Resiliency & Adaptability During a Pandemic – US Chapter

Resiliency & Adaptability During a Pandemic – US Chapter

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October 14, 2020 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm Asia/Amman Timezone
2020-10-14T20:00:00+03:00
2020-10-14T21:30:00+03:00
Resiliency & Adaptability During a Pandemic - US Chapter

 

Resiliency & Adaptability During a Pandemic – US Chapter

 

 

Empower Women to Lead the Change is proud to pilot its newest US chapter in partnership with Alissar Kellow. Our new chapter’s mission is to offer a networking platform where meaningful connections are built between women from two different continents who are committed to driving change through conversation.

 

While the pandemic and the devastating events we are living through today have unveiled much conflict, they have also highlighted how our struggles as women are similar regardless of where we live or where we come from.

In our chapter’s first virtual event we are proud to host an esteemed panel of women leaders from San Francisco, New Orleans, and Jordan who will discuss: Resiliency and adaptability during a pandemic. Our panelists will answer questions on the common struggles and different approaches to dealing with our new normal. See link below for panelists and facilitators bios.

 

Attendees will have the unique opportunity to virtually network with participants from different cultures, countries, and backgrounds in facilitated virtual breakout rooms after the panel discussion. The event will be by invite only with limited space. If you would like to join the conversation please comment below and share with us one thing you have learned about yourself in this pandemic. We will choose a selected few and will send a separate invite.

 

Panelists Bios

Alissar Kellow                      Rania B. Kudsi

Lama Kamal                        Christine Woodside

Tahani Helmi                       Polly Hardie 

Empower Women to Lead the Change New US Chapter

 

 

 

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