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AWIS LIVE: Virtual Happy Hour with AWIS president Bahija Jallal and immediate-past President Ann lee-karlon 


Enjoy this virtual happy hour with AWIS presidents past and present. Meet Dr. Ann Lee-Karlon, Senior Vice President of Portfolio Management and Operations at Genentech, as she shares stories from her time serving as AWIS President – you’ll want to hear about her experience representing AWIS globally, including in front of the UN! Bahija Jallal, Executive Vice President of AstraZeneca and Head of MedImmune will share her vision for leading AWIS onward, building on the momentum built by Ann. We hope you will enjoy this perspective on AWIS from its leadership.



AWIS LIVE: why we still need an
association for women in science

Join long-time AWIS member Dr. Isabel Escobar and AWIS Director of Community and Stakeholder Engagement Sheri Potter as they share proactive strategies to connect with the AWIS mission, impact change as an AWIS member, and access benefits that will strengthen you as a professional. 

Dr. Isabel Escobar serves on the AWIS National Chapters Committee and has experience in a myriad of leadership roles at regional and local levels. As a leading scientist in developing polymeric membrane materials for water treatment and reuse operations and professor of chemical and materials engineering at the University of Kentucky, she’s been the PI of numerous research projects. Dr. Escobar will share with you why she identifies herself as “noise in the data” within science participation and how our unique experiences in partnership with AWIS can create positive, lasting change. 

Sheri Potter has been building communities of change for social impact in the scientific community and among women and girls for over 10 years. At AWIS, she works with membership including leadership, chapters, affiliates and volunteers to align research and partnerships with individuals to achieve talent and leadership development and systemic change. 

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