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Women in STEM: Improving Your Chance for Success
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When: 10/13/2016
Where: United States

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Women have just as much opportunity for career triumph in STEM as men, and yet there is evidence that we are not paid as much as men, nor are there as many women in management and leadership roles in many industries. Why is this? We will explore how women can ensure their own success and enable their team members to thrive. We will also delve into some tricky issues, especially how women may sabotage their own success via verbal and non-verbal actions and non-actions, such as not negotiating. You will emerge from this webinar inspired with new tools to not only break the glass ceiling, but smash it to bits. Let’s move our careers forward! Are you with me? Note: Both women and men will find this webinar helpful and motivational in thinking about their own career advancement strategies and those of their colleagues. 

About Your Presenter 
Alaina G. Levine is an award-winning entrepreneur, science journalist, STEM careers consultant, professional speaker and corporate comedian. Her book, Networking for Nerds, was published by Wiley in 2015, and was named one of the Top 5 Books of 2015 by Physics Today. As President of Quantum Success Solutions, she has been advising scientists and engineers about their careers for over 16 years. She has given over 650 workshops for clients in the US, EU, Canada, & Mexico, & is the author of over 250 articles in publications like Science, Nature, World Economic Forum, Smithsonian, Scientific American, IEEE Spectrum, and NatGeo News Watch. As a science careers journalist, Levine constantly researches employment trends in STEM fields and delivers up-to-date vital information about career issues from interviews with hiring managers, decision-makers and recruiters in myriad industries. Levine currently pens the career columns for Physics Today and APS News, and a regular feature for about scientists in unusual jobs. 

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