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PowerUp

Discuss the "Power Moves" of millennial women navigating the workforce. Get powered up!


Thursday, June 18, 6:30-8:00 p.m. - Light Refreshments!
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh, 305 Wood St., Pittsburgh  15222

Presented by the YWCA Greater Pittsburgh Young Leaders Board

The Panel:
 

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Erin Baker

Vice President & Director
PNC's Line of Business Development Programs and
Campus Recruiting
 

Jamillia Kamara

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Chief Smart Finder, Internationally Smart Is Cool
Working to redefine what it means to be smart by creating asset based custom curriculum for middle school students.

 

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Elana Schlenker

Creator
Less Than 100
A traveling pop up shop for gender wage parity.

 

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Tara Sherry-Torres

Founder, Cafe Con Leche
Connecting the Pittsburgh Latin@ community, promoing Latin@ culture in Pittsburgh, and creating a place for dialogue and creative problem solving.


For info: ywcaYoungLeadersPgh@gmail.com

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PowerUp

Discuss the "Power Moves" of millennial women navigating the workforce. Get powered up!


Thursday, June 18, 6:30-8:00 p.m. - Light Refreshments!
YWCA Greater Pittsburgh, 305 Wood St., Pittsburgh  15222

Presented by the YWCA Greater Pittsburgh Young Leaders Board

The Panel:
 

image description

Erin Baker

Vice President & Director
PNC's Line of Business Development Programs and
Campus Recruiting
 

Jamillia Kamara

image description

Chief Smart Finder, Internationally Smart Is Cool
Working to redefine what it means to be smart by creating asset based custom curriculum for middle school students.

 

image description

Elana Schlenker

Creator
Less Than 100
A traveling pop up shop for gender wage parity.

 

image description

Tara Sherry-Torres

Founder, Cafe Con Leche
Connecting the Pittsburgh Latin@ community, promoing Latin@ culture in Pittsburgh, and creating a place for dialogue and creative problem solving.


For info: ywcaYoungLeadersPgh@gmail.com

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For over 100 years, black women and their families have been integral to the success and progress of the YWCA. Their voices have been central to our history and future.

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