Gender disparity among executives hot topic for Suffolk mayor, Portsmouth attorney on female pane

Gender disparity among executives hot topic for Suffolk mayor, Portsmouth attorney on female pane
As seen in Inside Business

When it comes to women in high-level positions in Hampton Roads, the numbers don’t add up.

The Hampton Roads Chamber wants to shatter gender disparity, and that is why it created The Glass: Evolving the Business Woman series.

The event, from 3 to 5 p.m. on March 9 at The Founders Inn and Spa, 5641 Indian River Road, Virginia Beach, will feature four successful women as panelists.

They are: Linda Johnson, Suffolk mayor; Stephanie Morales, City of Portsmouth’s Commonwealth’s attorney; Carletta Waddler, vice president of business development, Talent Curve; and Julianne Worden, general sales manager, Sinclair Communications.

 

The women will share their thoughts about how women can succeed, what they personally would do differently and how they attain work-life balance. A moderated group discussion will follow.

To register, visit hamptonroadschamber.com or contact Anne Baumler at 757-664-2518 or abaumler@hrchamber.com. The cost is $35.

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