2020 Career Workshop and Officer Women Leadership Symposium (OWLS)

Wed, November 04 2020, 11:30 AM - Fri, November 06 2020, 5:00 PM [EST]

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General Admission: Career Workshop and OWLS (4-6 NOV) PARTIAL APPROVAL - $150.00

Please note: There will be NO REFUNDS for this event. Early bird pricing ends 22 OCT and will increase to $150 on 23 OCT. If you are unable to afford the cost of admission, please select "Admission Price Waiver Wait List" as your registration option. Placement on the wait list does NOT guarantee admission to the events. If you are able to donate the cost of an additional, or multiple registration fees, please do so below in the "Donate Admission(s)" section after selecting one of the "General Admission" options as your registration type.

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General Admission: Career Workshop ONLY (4 NOV) PARTIAL APPROVAL - $60.00

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General Admission: Career Workshop and OWLS Day 1 (4 & 5 NOV) PARTIAL APPROVAL - $110.00

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General Admission: Career Workshop and OWLS Day 2 (4 & 6 NOV) PARTIAL APPROVAL - $110.00

Please note: There will be NO REFUNDS for these events. Early bird pricing ends 22 OCT and will increase to $110 on 23 OCT. If you are unable to afford the cost of admission, please select "Admission Price Waiver Wait List" as your registration option. Placement on the wait list does NOT guarantee admission to the events. If you are able to donate the cost of an additional, or multiple registration fees, please do so below in the "Donate Admission(s)" section after selecting one of the "General Admission" options as your registration type.

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General Admission: OWLS ONLY (5-6 NOV) PARTIAL APPROVAL - $110.00

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General Admission: OWLS Day 1 (5 NOV) PARTIAL APPROVAL - $60.00

Please note: There will be NO REFUNDS for this event. Early bird pricing ends 22 OCT and will increase to $60 on 23 OCT. If you are unable to afford the cost of admission, please select "Admission Price Waiver Wait List" as your registration option. Placement on the wait list does NOT guarantee admission to the event. If you are able to donate the cost of an additional, or multiple registration fees, please do so below in the "Donate Admission(s)" section after selecting one of the "General Admission" options as your registration type.

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General Admission: OWLS Day 2 (6 NOV) PARTIAL APPROVAL - $60.00

Please note: There will be NO REFUNDS for this event. Early bird pricing ends 22 OCT and will increase to $60 on 23 OCT. If you are unable to afford the cost of admission, please select "Admission Price Waiver Wait List" as your registration option. Placement on the wait list does NOT guarantee admission to the event. If you are able to donate the cost of an additional, or multiple registration fees, please do so below in the "Donate Admission(s)" section after selecting one of the "General Admission" options as your registration type.

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Wed, November 04 2020, 11:30 AM - Fri, November 06 2020, 5:00 PM [EST]

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The 2020 Career Workshop and Officer Women Leadership Symposium (OWLS) will be hosted VIRTUALLY in partnership with the USC Marshall School of Business, Master of Business for Veterans (MBV) program.  

 

The Career Workshop provides professional development workshops, a job fair, opportunities to network with top-caliber, military friendly employers and substantive resources that assist military women and military spouses in making successful career transitions. 

 

The OWLS provides military women from around the world with opportunities to network with like-minded colleagues and to grow professionally and personally through keynote messages, workshops and panel discussions.  

 

Our theme for the November OWLS - Women’s Leadership for a Lifetime - will focus on the need, and provide inspiration, for military women to lead throughout all stages of their lives, both during and after their time in military service.  Please plan to join us!

 

PERMISSIVE TDY OR TAD

For guidance on attending the virtual Career Workshop and OWLS using permissive TDY or TAD, please visit the MilitaryOWLS website and click on the Event FAQs tab for more details. 

 

PASSION PROFILER

If you will be attending the Career Workshop on 4 NOV, and if you register NLT 28 OCT, you will have the opportunity to complete the Passion Profiler, which scientifically assesses your expression of purpose as work-related passions.  For more details about the Passion Profiler, visit the MilitaryOWLS website and click on the Passion Profiler tab.  In order to receive your custom 18-page report, you must complete your Passion Profiler assessment BEFORE the Career Workshop and by the published deadline found by visiting the Passion Profiler tab. YOU MUST REGISTER NLT 28 OCT in order to take the Passion Profiler assessment.  

 

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE DIRECTORY

As part of the Career Workshop and OWLS, AcademyWomen is providing the opportunity for event participants to include their profiles in the 2020 Professional Profile Directory (PPD). The Professional Profile Directory features the highly sought-after skills, talents and leadership competencies of military women in career transition.  This directory will be shared with AcademyWomen partners who may be able to facilitate hiring, a group that includes a wide array of top-caliber corporate, nonprofit and government entities. Not able to attend the events?  If you are a military officer woman, senior enlisted woman or a degreed military spouse in career transition, you can still include your information in the Professional Profile Directory.  For more information, visit the PPD here.

 

ACCESS TO SESSION RECORDINGS

As a paid registrant, if you are unableto attend the event synchronously during the scheduled time, you will still be able to access the session recordings for on-demand viewing.  Customized login details will be sent to your registration email no later than one week after the event.

 

BECOME A PARTNER OR SPONSOR

If you would like to sponsor or become an exhibitor for the Career Workshop or OWLS, contact us.

 

QUESTIONS? CONTACT US

For questions about the events, contact: events@academywomen.org

 

Stay safe.  Stay healthy.  We hope to see you soon at the 2020 Career Workshop and OWLS!

 

The AcademyWomen Team

AcademyWomen

www.academywomen.org

AcademyWomen is a 501c3 nonprofit leadership and professional development organization that bridges the gap of support by providing an unparalleled blend of programs and resources that connect military women to networks of substantive resources, impact and influence. Through our mentoring program, networking events and career development opportunities, AcademyWomen cultivates and leverages the leadership of military women to impact positive change locally, nationally and globally. AcademyWomen members and program participants include active duty and former military personnel, military spouses, senior corporate executives, seasoned entrepreneurs, and civic leaders from various industries and sectors. AcademyWomen powers eMentor, a 24/7 award-winning online mentoring program that has served 13,000+ participants including men and women, officers, enlisted and veterans from all branches of military service, military spouses, officers-in-training and mentors from nearly every industry. Membership is FREE and is open to all who support our mission. For more information, visit: www.academywomen.org and www.ementorprogram.org.

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Lori Reynolds
Keynote: Leading Authentically in a World of Change
Lieutenant General, U.S. Marine Corps

Lieutenant General Reynolds was commissioned in May 1986 upon graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy and assigned as a Communications Officer. As a Company grade officer, she served in various billets at 1st Marine Division Communications Company, Marine Wing Communication Squadron 18 in Okinawa, Marine Corps Systems Command, and 9th Communication Battalion, I MEF. As a Field Grade officer, she was selected to command Recruiting Station Harrisburg PA and then served as an Action Officer and Division Head at HQMC C4. She was selected to command 9th Communication Battalion in 2003 and deployed the battalion to Fallujah Iraq in support of I MEF during Operation Iraqi Freedom II. She was subsequently assigned to duty with the Joint Staff J6 in Washington DC where she was an Action Officer and Division Head. Col Reynolds assumed command of 1 MEF Headquarters Group in 2009 and deployed the Group to Helmand Province Afghanistan in support of I MEF and RC Southwest during Operation Enduring Freedom. As a General Officer, she commanded Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island/Eastern Recruiting Region from 2011-2014, was the Principal Deputy to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense South and Southeast Asia in OSD Policy from 2014-2015 and commanded Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command from 2015-2018. LtGen Reynolds has commanded at every rank. Her professional military education includes The Basic School, the Basic Communication Officer’s Course, Command and Control Systems Course, the Naval War College and the Army War College. She has earned Masters Degrees from both the Naval War College and the Army War College. Her personal decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal with oak leaf cluster, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (with gold star), the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (with gold star).

About Lori

Keynote: Leading Authentically in a World of Change
Lieutenant General, U.S. Marine Corps
Secretary Barbara Barrett
Keynote
Secretary of the Air Force

Barbara M. Barrett is the 25th Secretary of the Air Force and leads the affairs of the Department of the Air Force, comprised of the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force. She is responsible for organizing, training, equipping and providing for the welfare of 685,000 active duty, Guard, Reserve and civilian Airmen and their families. She oversees the department’s annual budget of more than $205 billion. As Secretary, she directs strategy and policy development, risk management, weapons acquisition, technology investments and human resource management across the global enterprise. As the department’s senior leader, Secretary Barrett implements decisions of the President, Congress and fulfills Combatant Commanders’ operational requirements. Secretary Barrett has served in senior leadership positions in public service, the private sector and academia. Before she was 30, she was an executive with two global Fortune 500 companies. Secretary Barrett’s key leadership roles include her time as the U.S. Ambassador to Finland, Deputy Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration and President of the Thunderbird School of Global Management. She also taught leadership as a Harvard Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government. Prior to assuming her current position, Secretary Barrett was the Chairman of the Board for the Aerospace Corporation. She has served as a board member for multiple organizations focused on diplomacy, defense, aeronautics, science and space. She was a Senior Advisor to the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, a member of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services, the Defense Business Board and the U.S.–Afghan Women's Council. She has chaired groups that include the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, the U.S. Commerce Secretary’s biennial Export Conference and the U.S. Department of State’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Working Group. She is an instrument-rated pilot and was trained and certified for space flight. Additionally, she has been a cattle and bison rancher for close to three decades. Secretary Barrett earned her bachelor’s, master’s and law degrees at Arizona State University.

https://www.af.mil/About-Us/

About Secretary Barbara

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Secretary of the Air Force

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Jackie Stennett
Welcoming Remarks
Vice President, AcademyWomen

Jackie Stennett is the Vice President and Board Member of AcademyWomen, a nonprofit leadership and professional development organization that bridges the gap of support by providing programs and resources that connect military women to networks of substance, impact and influence. As Vice President, Jackie assists in the design strategy and growth of all mission critical programs including a 5x award-winning online mentoring program, networking events and career development opportunities that cultivate and leverage the leadership of military women to impact positive change locally, nationally and globally. Jackie served as a logistics officer in the United States Army and has a wide array of leadership and management experience within the corporate, government and nonprofit sectors. Currently, in addition to her role with AcademyWomen, Jackie advises organizations with socially responsible missions in designing effective strategies to improve individual and organizational performance. Jackie holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in Chinese Studies from the United States Military Academy at West Point.

https://www.academywomen.org

About Jackie

Welcoming Remarks
Vice President, AcademyWomen
Suzy Streeter
Event Host
Colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired) and AcademyWomen Board Member

Colonel (ret) Suzy Streeter is a 1992 United States Air Force Academy graduate and was most recently stationed at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, as the first Headquarters United States Space Force's Senior Intelligence Officer. Over her 28 years in the Air Force, she has been a Group Commander, Numbered Air Force Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, an intelligence plans and exercises division chief at a sub-unified command, a Squadron Director of Operations, a Squadron Commander, as well as an Air Staff Program Element Monitor and Legislative Affairs Liaison. Deployments include Operation DECISIVE ENDEAVOR and Operation ENDURING FREEDOM.

About Suzy

Event Host
Colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired) and AcademyWomen Board Member
Alaina Love, SPHR
Workshop Facilitator - Finding Your Fit: Passion Profiler
Founder and CEO, Purpose Linked Consulting

About Alaina

Workshop Facilitator - Finding Your Fit: Passion Profiler
Founder and CEO, Purpose Linked Consulting
Yasmin Davidds, PhD
Workshop Facilitator - Building Confident Women at the Negotiation Table
Founder and CEO, Women's Institute of Negotiation

Dr. Yasmin Davidds is an international best-selling author, organizational psychologist and negotiation expert specialized in teaching women the intricacies of effective negotiating. As one of the top leading female negotiation experts in the U.S. and Latin America, Yasmin has trained and consulted thousands of corporate leaders in over 200 blue chip companies throughout 22 countries in the art and skill of negotiation. Yasmin is the CEO of the Dr. Yasmin Davidds Leadership Institute and the Multicultural Women Executive Leadership Foundation, organizations dedicated to the teaching, instruction and development of leadership competencies primarily focused on women in professional and entrepreneurial settings. Dr. Davidds’ commitment to the empowerment and development of all women leaders has earned recognition and acclaim from the U.S. Congress, the California State Senate and the California State Assembly. She has been recognized and highlighted as one of the top Leading Latinas by Hispanic Magazine and as one of the most influential Latinas in “The Book of Latina Women.” In 2011, Yasmin founded the Women’s Institute of Negotiation, an organization dedicated to the teaching, instruction, and development of women’s negotiating skills and business expertise. In 2013, Yasmin developed and launched the first Latin Global Executive Leadership Program in partnership with the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, of which she is an alumna. Now a Professor of Leadership in partnership with the USC Marshall School of Business, Yasmin regularly teaches leadership and negotiation courses at University of California San Diego’s Rady’s School of Management Executive Education, in addition to having previously taught at Microsoft’s Leadership Academy. Dr. Davidds' fourth best-selling book, YOUR OWN TERMS: A Women’s Guide to Taking Charge of Any Negotiation, is the core curriculum for the University of California San Diego’s Rady School of Management Executive Education Women’s Leadership and Negotiation Certificate Program. Dr. Davidds Multicultural Women Executive, Entrepreneur and Millennial programs have impacted and transformed the lives and careers of over 5,000 professional women worldwide. Dr. Davidds earned a degree in Business Entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California (USC), and went on to earn her master’s degree in Women's Studies and her doctorate degree in Organizational Psychology.

http://dryasmininstitute.com/dr-yasmin-davidds/

About Yasmin

Workshop Facilitator - Building Confident Women at the Negotiation Table
Founder and CEO, Women's Institute of Negotiation
Jason Roncoroni
Workshop Facilitator - Navigating the Psychological Minefield of Transition
CEO, Ordinary Hero Coaching

Jason Roncoroni is a retired Lieutenant Colonel and former aviation battalion commander from the United States Army. He served 33 months in combat and has the unique distinction of having transitioned from the military twice. He departed as a junior Captain only to return to the military after 9/11, and then retired after 21 years of active duty service. Currently, he advises military leaders, policy makers, and government officials on military transition and civilian reintegration. He is co-author of the best-selling book, "Beyond the Military," which explores the psychological, cultural and relational aspects of military transition and provides a comprehensive roadmap for successfully navigating life after military service. He founded Ordinary Hero Coaching to prepare transitioning leaders for meaningful opportunities after military service, and he is the co-founder of the Zero Six Group, an organization that seeks to bridge the gap in executive development between military and civilian leaders.

https://www.ordinaryherocoaching.com/

About Jason

Workshop Facilitator - Navigating the Psychological Minefield of Transition
CEO, Ordinary Hero Coaching
Shauna "Doc" Springer, PhD
Workshop Facilitator - Navigating the Psychological Minefield of Transition
Chief Psychologist, Stella Center

Dr. Shauna Springer – known as “Doc Springer” in the military community - is one of the nation's leading experts on trauma, military transition, and close relationships. Her work has been featured on CNN, Business Insider, THRIVE Global, VICE, US News and World Report, NPR, NBC, CBS Radio, Forbes, Washington Post, and Military Times. She is a regular contributor to Psychology Today. As Chief Psychologist of Stella Center, she works to advance a new model for the treatment of trauma that fuses biological and psychological interventions. She is co-author of the best-selling book "Beyond the Military: A Leader's Handbook for Warrior Reintegration". Her newest book "WARRIOR: How to Support Those Who Protect Us" brings the worlds of the warrior, and those they protect, together to shine new light on things that many thought we understood: Trust, Stigma, Firearms, The Imploding Mind, and Connection.

https://stellacenter.com/

About Shauna

Workshop Facilitator - Navigating the Psychological Minefield of Transition
Chief Psychologist, Stella Center

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Susan Feland
Welcoming Remarks
Founder and President, AcademyWomen

Susan Feland is the Founder and President of AcademyWomen. Susan was the oldest of three sisters to graduate from the United States Air Force Academy. She has worked in space systems acquisitions, taught at the Air Force Academy, and has a wide range of experience in non-profit, government, and corporate roles. Currently, in addition to leading AcademyWomen, Susan manages content and curriculum innovation at Stanford University. Susan has a LEAD Certificate in Corporate Innovation from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, an MA from Middlebury College, a Diplôme from the Université de Paris – Sorbonne and is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy with a BS degree.

https://www.academywomen.org

About Susan

Welcoming Remarks
Founder and President, AcademyWomen
Elisabeth Auld
Event Host
OWLS Chair, AcademyWomen

Elisabeth S. Auld is serving as host and chair of the 2020 Officer Women Leadership Symposium and has been involved in AcademyWomen activities for many years. She is currently employed by SAIC as a project manager for the Federal Aviation Administration and as an Adjunct Professor for the Naval War College. An Air Force veteran, Elisabeth retired as a Colonel in 2014, completing her career assigned as Director of Staff, Air Force Public Affairs, where she led a staff of six and directed the administrative, fiscal, security and personnel activities for a 185-person organization. Prior to this, she was assigned as the Deputy Director, Bases, Ranges, and Airspace, and the Airfield Operations Officer Career Field manager. Before her assignment to the Pentagon, she was honored to command the 506th Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron at Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq. Prior to her deployment, she served as Director of Operations for the 316th Operations Support Squadron at Andrews AFB, Maryland. Elisabeth was commissioned through the Reserve Officer Training Corps at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, May 1990, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Resources from Miami University. Additionally, she earned a Master of Arts, National Security Strategy from the Naval War College (2004) and a Master of Science, Human Resources from Troy University (1998). Elisabeth enjoys writing and blogs at Gals In Blue (https://www.galsinblue.com). There she muses about a myriad of topics, from pop culture to military issues to her family’s latest adventures. These star her favorite people: her husband Greg, their (now grown) kids, Emma and Michael, and their pups, Layla and Griffin.

About Elisabeth

Event Host
OWLS Chair, AcademyWomen
Geoffrey Garrett, PhD
Keynote Introduction
Dean and Professor of Management and Organization, USC Marshall School of Business

https://www.marshall.usc.edu/

About Geoffrey

Keynote Introduction
Dean and Professor of Management and Organization, USC Marshall School of Business
Carol Folt, PhD
Keynote - Living a Life of Courage and Ethical Leadership
President, University of Southern California

Dr. Carol L. Folt serves as the twelfth president of the University of Southern California. She is a highly experienced leader, internationally recognized life scientist, and award-winning teacher. In leading USC, Dr. Folt brings broad executive and leadership experience across the academy, including arts and sciences, professional schools, and academic medicine. Throughout her career, Dr. Folt has earned a reputation for always placing students at the center, advancing academic excellence and innovation, setting ambitious goals, prioritizing shared governance, and focusing on the future. Prior to her appointment at USC in July 2019, Dr. Folt led the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – one of the nation’s most distinguished and research-intensive universities – from 2013 to 2019. Under her leadership, UNC was repeatedly named the No. 1 value in public higher education, surpassed $1 billion in annual research expenditures for the first time in school history (No. 5 in the nation overall), and set admissions records every year. Prior to her tenure at UNC, Dr. Folt served in various leadership roles at Dartmouth College, including as interim president, provost, dean of faculty, and Dartmouth Professor of Biological Sciences. An Akron, Ohio, native, Dr. Folt earned her bachelor’s degree in aquatic biology and a master’s degree in biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She received her doctorate in ecology from the University of California, Davis, and did postdoctoral work at the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station of Michigan State University. Dr. Folt is married to David Peart, an emeritus professor of biological sciences at Dartmouth. They have two adult children, Noah and Tessa.

https://www.president.usc.edu/

About Carol

Keynote - Living a Life of Courage and Ethical Leadership
President, University of Southern California
Alaina Love
Moderator - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Founder and CEO, Purpose Linked Consulting

About Alaina

Moderator - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Founder and CEO, Purpose Linked Consulting
Don Christensen, JD
Panelist - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired)

Colonel Don Christensen is the President of Protect Our Defenders (POD), a nonprofit human rights organization that is dedicated to ending rape and sexual assault in the military and to combating a culture of misogyny, sexual harassment, and retribution against victims. POD honors, supports, and gives voice to survivors of military sexual assault and sexual harassment – including service members, veterans, and civilians assaulted by members of the military. POD seeks to ensure all survivors and service members are provided a safe, respectful work environment and have access to a fair, impartially administered system of justice. Prior to his work with Protect Our Defenders, Colonel Christensen served as a trial counsel, defense counsel and military judge during his 23-year military career. Between 2010-2014, Colonel Christensen served as Chief Prosecutor for the United States Air Force. Colonel Christensen has served as an Assistant Staff Judge Advocate, Area Defense Counsel, Circuit Defense Counsel, Deputy Chief Circuit Defense Counsel, and Deputy Staff Judge Advocate, as a deployed Staff Judge Advocate, Chief Circuit Trial Counsel, and Staff Judge Advocate and as a Military Judge. He has tried over 150 courts-martial as a trial and defense counsel and has presided over 100 trials as a military judge. A third generation Air Force officer, he received his commission as a second lieutenant through ROTC and entered active service in 1991. Colonel Christensen has received numerous awards and decorations including the Legion of Merit, the Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal, and the Air Force Achievement Medal. He received his law degree from Marquette University Law School and is licensed to practice law before the Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

https://www.protectourdefenders.com/

About Don

Panelist - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired)
Jennifer Dane
Panelist - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Executive Director, Modern Military Association of America

Jennifer Dane is a veteran of the United States Air Force who served as an intelligence analyst focusing on geopolitical, terrorism, and threat vulnerability issues. Jennifer currently serves as the Executive Director of the Modern Military Association of America - the nation’s largest non-profit organization working to advance fairness and equality for the LGBTQ military and veteran community. Jennifer has earned a diversity and inclusion certificate from Cornell University, an associate degree in Intelligence Studies from the Community College of the Air Force, a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Bethel University, and a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from Arizona State University. She is currently completing her Ph.D. in Education Policy with an emphasis on history at The Ohio State University. Jennifer is a past fellow of The Mission Continues – Service Leadership Corps and Veterans in Global Leadership. Jennifer continually strives to change the world through learning, engaging with others, and honoring her commitment to leaving the world a better place than it was before she was born.

https://modernmilitary.org/2020/01/mmaa-names-air-force-veteran-jennifer-dane-as-interim-executive-director/

About Jennifer

Panelist - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Executive Director, Modern Military Association of America
Sharoni Little, PhD
Panelist - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Vice Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, USC

Sharoni Denise Little, Professor of Clinical Business Communication is an award-winning teacher, researcher, and mentor. A renowned author, global facilitator, and media commentator, Sharoni’s research and expertise centers on organizational leadership, strategic communication, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is completing her forthcoming books, The Perpetual Surveillance of Black Men (2019), and Diapers and Dissertations: Women, Education, and Work (2019), and is the recipient of the USC Faculty Mentoring award, two Marshall School of Business, “Golden Apple” teaching awards, and the USC Remarkable Woman award. An educational and social advocate Sharoni is a member and Immediate Past Chair of the Los Angeles County, Policy Roundtable for Childcare and Development Commission and sits on several boards of trustees. Throughout her career, she has partnered with numerous community leaders and organizations, including the Aspen Institute, Obama Foundation, Children's Defense Fund, and the Compton Human Trafficking Task Force.

https://www.marshall.usc.edu/

About Sharoni

Panelist - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Vice Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, USC
Jessica Ruttenber
Panelist - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Air Force, HQ Air Force Lead Mobility Planner and Programmer

Lieutenant Colonel Jessica N. Ruttenber is the lead Planner and Programmer for Inter-theater Airlift and Air Refueling in the Mobility and Special Operations Panel, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia. She also volunteers on the Department of the Air Force Barrier Analysis Working Group Women’s Initiative Team as an influential and authoritative advocate on topics that influence women’s propensity to serve the Air Force mission. Prior to this assignment she served at the Air National Guard Readiness Center as a Mobility Programmer and is currently serving as a Liaison Officer between the Air National Guard and Headquarters U.S. Air Force. Lieutenant Colonel Ruttenber received her commission into the Air Force from the ROTC program at the University of Oklahoma in 2001. She entered service as a communications officer and later cross-trained to become a mobility pilot. She has served in a variety of cyber, flying,and staff assignments. As a KC-135R/T Formal Training Unit Evaluator and Instructor Pilot, OSS Director of Operations, Director of Staff, Executive Officer, Chief of Training, and Chief of Current Operations, Lieutenant Colonel Ruttenber has spearheaded global reach with worldwide mobility impact. Lieutenant Colonel Ruttenber commanded air refueling in support of Operations NOBLE EAGLE, IRAQI REEDOM, NEW DAWN, and ENDURING FREEDOM culminating in over 200 combat sorties and more than 1,049 combat hours. Lieutenant Colonel Ruttenber is a senior pilot with over 3,000 hours in the T-37B, T-1, KC-135R/T and C-21A.

About Jessica

Panelist - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Air Force, HQ Air Force Lead Mobility Planner and Programmer
Stephanie Wilson
Moderator - Leading Toward a New Millenium: Leadership Opportunities and Challenges
United States Air Force

About Stephanie

Moderator - Leading Toward a New Millenium: Leadership Opportunities and Challenges
United States Air Force
Carrie K. Baker, PhD
Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, U.S. Space Force

Carrie Baker is the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the United States Space Force. In this role she serves as an advisor to the Commander and Senior Leaders. She provides program oversight, guidance and support to over 10,000 space professionals and their families regarding diversity education and training, talent acquisition, professional development, community engagement, and the integration of policies and leading practices that move beyond traditional boundaries in talent management, in order to optimize diverse talent and promote an inclusive organizational culture across all Space Force installations and headquarters staff. Carrie also serves as an adjunct faculty instructor at the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute at Patrick Air Force Base. In 2019, Carrie was part of the leadership team that launched and delivered the US Air Force Academy’s inaugural unconscious bias training curriculum. The goal of the training is to share best practices concerning diversity and inclusion, and to enhance cadet leadership competencies through skill building and increased awareness, in preparation for their transition to active duty military officers. Carrie received her Diversity Professional Practitioner certification from Cornell University, is a nationally Certified Diversity Professional (CDP), holds a PhD in Health Administration from the University of Phoenix, an MSW from Southern Connecticut State University, and a BS from Central Connecticut State University.

https://www.spaceforce.mil/

About Carrie

Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, U.S. Space Force
Linda Fagan
Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Vice Admiral, U.S. Coast Guard

Vice Admiral Fagan assumed command of the Coast Guard Pacific Area in June 2018 where she serves as the operational commander for all U.S. Coast Guard missions from the Rocky Mountains to the waters off the East Coast of Africa. She concurrently serves as Commander, Defense Force West and provides Coast Guard mission support to the Department of Defense and Combatant Commanders. Admiral Fagan has served on all seven continents, from the snows of Ross Island, Antarctica to the heart of Africa, from Tokyo to Geneva, and in many ports along the way. Vice Admiral Fagan has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marine Science from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, a Master’s Degree in Marine Affairs from the University of Washington, and a Master’s Degree in National Resource Strategy from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.

About Linda

Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Vice Admiral, U.S. Coast Guard
Meagan Flannigan
Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Senior Program Manager, Amazon

Meagan was raised in Pittsburgh, PA and is a 2002 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, with a Degree in Aerospace Engineering. Following graduation she reported to flight training and was designated a Naval Aviator in January 2004 and ordered to training in the F-14D Tomcat. At the completion of her flight training, Meagan joined the BLACKLIONS of VF-213 and deployed the following year in support of OIF. After returning home from their deployment her squadron began a transition to the F/A-18F Super Hornet. She then served as the Air-to-Air Weapons Training Officer until her departure from the squadron in April of 2008. From April of 2008 to 2010 Meagan served as Flag Aide to RADM Mark Boensel who was serving as Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic. Her following tour she was assigned to VFA-106 as an instructor pilot in both the Hornet and Super Hornet. Meagan transitioned off of active duty in February 2013 and joined the Navy Reserves. She worked for a small defense contracting company as a program manager until January of 2016 when she was mobilized back onto active duty to support United States Fleet Forces Command as an individual augmentee operations support officer. During her mobilization, Meagan was recruited by Amazon to join their Military Leaders Program that she joined in August of 2018 when she returned to the Navy Reserves. She worked in operations as a manager until April of 2019 when she joined Amazon Logistics as a Senior Operations Engineer setting the design standards used to build Amazon delivery stations. When COVID-19 escalated in early 2020, she was hand selected to join the Amazon Logistics COVID-19 response team where she served as the communications lead for the North American network. She has since transitioned to a senior program manager role within Workplace, Health, and Safety. Meagan lives in Whitefish, Montana where she enjoys the mountains with her husband, Paul, and their children, Mary (8), Finn (5), and Ewan (3).

About Meagan

Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Senior Program Manager, Amazon
Shauna Springer, PhD
Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Psychologist and Author, "Warrior: How to Support Those Who Protect Us"

Dr. Shauna Springer – known as “Doc Springer” in the military community - is one of the nation's leading experts on trauma, military transition, and close relationships. Her work has been featured on CNN, Business Insider, THRIVE Global, VICE, US News and World Report, NPR, NBC, CBS Radio, Forbes, Washington Post, and Military Times. She is a regular contributor to Psychology Today. As Chief Psychologist of Stella Center, she works to advance a new model for the treatment of trauma that fuses biological and psychological interventions. She is co-author of the best-selling book "Beyond the Military: A Leader's Handbook for Warrior Reintegration". Her newest book "WARRIOR: How to Support Those Who Protect Us" brings the worlds of the warrior, and those they protect, together to shine new light on things that many thought we understood: Trust, Stigma, Firearms, The Imploding Mind, and Connection.

https://stellacenter.com/

About Shauna

Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Psychologist and Author, "Warrior: How to Support Those Who Protect Us"
Pai-Ling Yin, PhD
Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Associate Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship and Director of the Technology Commercialization Initiative

Pai-Ling Yin is Associate Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship and Director of the Technology Commercialization Initiative. She co-founded the Mobile Innovation Group (research on the app ecosystem) and FitLAB Pilates. Pai-Ling was a professor of strategy at Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan and a research scholar at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. Her cases and research cover technology strategy, platform competition, and innovation. Her most recent research examines gender and entrepreneurship through a data grant from LinkedIn. She currently teaches tech feasibility and commercialization and co-created a required course in the MBA program on critical thinking.

About Pai-Ling

Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium
Associate Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship and Director of the Technology Commercialization Initiative
Nikki Schuler
Moderator - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
Director, eMentor Program

Nikki Schuler is the Director of eMentor, an award-winning online mentoring program that has served over 13,500 military personnel, veterans and military spouses to date.  Nikki is a US Marine Corps Combat Veteran who enlisted in the United States Navy and subsequently served aboard the USS RONALD REAGAN as an Aviation Ordnanceman.  While onboard, she deployed on the ship’s maiden voyage in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  At the rank of Petty Officer 3rd Class, she received an appointment to the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, Rhode Island; later attended the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.  Subsequent to graduation, Nikki reported to the 3rd Battalion, 11th Marines and served as the Battalion Administrative and Manpower Officer.  After military service, Nikki co-founded and served as the Vice President of an Aerial Services Drone startup, running its marketing campaign through social media as well as establishing and increasing the company’s range of clientele. Now in her role as the Director of eMentor, she is able to remain connected to the military and serve this unique community.  Nikki holds a BS in Economics from the United States Naval Academy.

https://www.ementorprogram.org

About Nikki

Moderator - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
Director, eMentor Program
Joseph Hamlett
Panelist - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
CEO, Leading2Change Consulting

Dr. Joseph E. Hamlett has a Doctorate degree in Business Administration specializing in Organizational Leadership with a research focus in organizational leadership, organizational justice and building organizational capacity. He is the owner of Leading 2 Change Consulting, which is an innovative forward-thinking leadership training & consulting firm that is focused on changing the way current and future leader’s think about managing their organizations. Dr. Hamlett recently retired as the State Command Chief Master Sergeant for the Missouri Air National Guard in this role he was the senior enlisted advisor to the Missouri Adjutant General on matters affecting the readiness, training and professional development of all enlisted members of the Missouri Air National Guard.

About Joseph

Panelist - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
CEO, Leading2Change Consulting
W. Brad Johnson, PhD
Panelist - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
Professor of Psychology, Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law, USNA

W. Brad Johnson, PhD is Professor of psychology in the Department of Leadership, Ethics and Law at the United States Naval Academy, and a Faculty Associate in the Graduate School of Education at Johns Hopkins University. A clinical psychologist, Dr. Johnson is a mentoring expert specializing in developing gender-inclusive mentoring cultures for organizations around the globe. Dr. Johnson is the author of numerous publications including 14 books, in the areas of mentoring, professional ethics, gender inclusion. Recent books include: Good Guys: How Men Can Become Better Allies for Women in the Workplace, Athena Rising: How and Why Men Should Mentor Women (both with David Smith) and the Elements of Mentoring 3rd Ed. (with Charles Ridley).

http://www.wbradjohnson.com/

About W. Brad

Panelist - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
Professor of Psychology, Department of Leadership, Ethics, and Law, USNA
Kareshia Ponder
Panelist - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
U.S. Navy, Chief

Chief Ponder was born in Lancaster, South Carolina and entered the Navy in December 2008 at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Chicago. She attended Equipment Operator "A" School in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. In June 2009, she reported for duty to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Center Gulfport, Mississippi where she served as the Dispatcher, Project Supervisor, Yard Boss and License Examiner until January 2015. During her time with the Battalion, she assumed great responsibilities which lead to her being promoted to Second Class Petty Officer through the Command Advancement Program in December of 2012. In January 2015, Chief Ponder expressed an interest in becoming a Legalman and began training at the RSLO Gulfport Branch Office. In March 2015, she served as the interim Legal Assistant for Naval Construction Group TWO, Gulfport, Mississippi. In September 2015, she was approved for conversion to Legalman. In May 2016, Chief Ponder graduated with Honors from Naval Justice School, Newport, Rhode Island and later reported to USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75) in Norfolk, Virginia for her first tour as a Legalman. Chief Ponder advanced to First Class Petty Officer in November of 2016 and assumed the role of Leading Petty Officer for the Legal Department. In February 2018, she was selected as the Judge Advocate's General Corps Legalman of the Year. In December 2018, Chief Ponder reported to OPNAV and was assigned to the office of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy as his Congressional Liaison and Paralegal. In September 2019, she was frocked to Chief Petty Officer. Chief Ponder has an Associate's Degree in Multidisciplinary Studies from Grantham University and an Associate's Degree in Paralegal Studies from Roger Williams University. Chief Ponder's awards and decorations include the Navy and Marine Corp Achievement Medal (5 awards), Army Achievement Medal, Meritorious Volunteer Service Medal and Good Conduct Medal (3 awards). Chief Ponder is married to Stanley Ponder (Religious Program Specialist Senior Chief). They have six children: Kevy, Chailen, Laci, Journi, Christian and Caiden.

About Kareshia

Panelist - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
U.S. Navy, Chief
Karina Opdyke
Panel Member - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
Principal at Deloitte

Karina Opdyke is a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Government and Public Sector practice. She has 18+ years’ experience leading government and industry clients in business transformations to address workforce challenges. Karina works with DoD leaders to apply cutting edge innovation, human centered design, technology and business trends to their HR operations and Human Capital programs, to more effectively meet their missions. She specializes in operating model shifts, talent management re-designs, organizational change management and process design for large-scale transformation projects. Karina holds a BS in Civil Engineering and a MS in Public Policy from Georgia Institute of Technology.

About Karina

Panel Member - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
Principal at Deloitte
Carol Zanmiller
Panelist - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
CEO, Cosmic AES

Carol Zanmiller is co-founder & CEO of Cosmic Advanced Engineered Solutions, Inc. (Cosmic AES) starting the business in 2001. Cosmic AES specializes in rapid prototyping with a unique ability to get systems to the field giving warfighters the capabilities they need. We started Cosmic AES to take what we learned from careers in large aerospace companies and use our signals and space expertise to build innovative solutions with the engineering discipline standards of large businesses, but faster. A self-described geek, Carol is a small business owner and engineer who is committed to injecting innovation and speed into delivering new mission capability. She has spent the last 20 years growing a talent pool of engineers and veterans with operational experience that solve mission problems, She is currently most passionate about advocating for how a coalition of small businesses together can give the Space Force community new ways to think about innovation and system acquisition. Prior to founding Cosmic AES, Carol gained engineering experience in the Space Industry working for large aerospace companies (Hughes Space & Communications, Lockheed, Booz Allen & Hamilton) working defense, intelligence, commercial and international space projects. She has worked all phases of system life cycle management. From her 10+ years in operations, she saw the operator’s frustration in getting the wrong solutions after long waits. She has used this experience to try and shape future system delivery and the importance of including operational stakeholders in the acquisition. Carol has a Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering from Michigan Technological University and a Master of Science, Electrical Engineering / Telecommunications from University of Colorado, Boulder. She also has a Master of Science in Business from Boston University.

https://www.cosmicaes.com/

About Carol

Panelist - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One
CEO, Cosmic AES

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Telita Crosland
Keynote: When Life Throws You Curveballs
U.S. Army

Major General Telita Crosland Deputy Surgeon General & Deputy Commanding General (Operations) DHHQ, Falls Church, Virginia Major General Telita Crosland is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, and the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. In addition to her Doctorate of Medicine, she also holds a Master of Public Health from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences and a Master of Science in National Resource Strategy from the Eisenhower School. MG Crosland entered the Army as a Medical Corps Officer in 1993. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and is a recipient of The Surgeon General's “A” proficiency designator. MG Crosland has served in a variety of leadership positions including: Officer in Charge, Camp Walker Health Clinic, South Korea; Officer in Charge, Bennett Health Clinic, Fort Hood, Texas; Associate Program Director, Department of Family Medicine, Fort Lewis, Washington; Chief, Soldier Care, Fort Lewis, Washington; Deputy Chief, Department of Family Medicine, Fort Lewis, Washington; Commander, U.S. Army Health Clinic, Grafenwoehr, Germany; Senior Medical Officer, Office of The Surgeon General, Falls Church, Virginia; Commander, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity, Heidelberg, Germany; Deputy Commander, U.S. Army Medical Center, Landstuhl, Germany; Medical Corps Branch Chief, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Commander, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity, Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, United States Army Medical Command, Falls Church, Virginia; Commanding General, Regional Health Command- Atlantic, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Her awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit (2 Oak Leaf Clusters); Meritorious Service Medal (4 Oak Leaf Clusters), Army Commendation Medal (3 Oak Leaf Clusters), Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Staff Badge and the Parachutist’s Badge. She is a member of the Order of Military Medical Merit.

About Telita

Keynote: When Life Throws You Curveballs
U.S. Army
Karen Gibson
Keynote - When Life Throws You Curveballs
Lieutenant General, U.S. Army (Retired)

Lieutenant General, retired, Karen Gibson entered the Army in 1987, merely intending to fulfill a four-year active duty commitment with no expectation of a military career. She immediately fell in love with being a Soldier, however, and?culminated her 33-year career as a Lieutenant General and Deputy Director of National Intelligence for National Security Partnerships. A seasoned combat veteran, she deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan, East Africa, and the broader Middle East and served four years in the Republic of Korea. Her professional highlights include positions as Director of Intelligence for U.S. Central Command; Director of Intelligence for Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve, the multinational defeat-ISIS coalition; and Deputy Commanding General for U.S. Army Cyber Command.?These accomplishments pale in comparison to her pride in her family and her two adult children.

About Karen

Keynote - When Life Throws You Curveballs
Lieutenant General, U.S. Army (Retired)
Mo Barrett
Moderator - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
Colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired) and Host for Mo and Katy Show

Your conversation catalysts for the Second Act Panel are the “Mo & Katy Show” podcast co-hosts, Mo Barrett and Katy Stevens. Mo & Katy are unlikely friends from two separate worlds who collided through female barbershop singing. Katy, a lifelong civilian, is helping Mo navigate her Second Act after the Air Force. Mo, a retired Colonel, is helping Katy discover and fly into her Second Act as she transitions her in-studio piano, voice, flute and performance instruction into the online airspace. Katy lives in Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, three sons and three dogs. Mo and her partner (also a retired Colonel) live in Linden, Virginia with 2 dogs and a dog-like cat. Mo and Katy are closer to the mid-century mark than either will admit (Katy will gladly admit Mo is closer to it than she is), but have reached a point in life where they’ve come to recognize, acknowledge, appreciate and leverage their respective quirks. Engaging in multiple creative endeavors, Mo & Katy take humor seriously and work to spread gratitude, humor and positivity.

https://open.spotify.com/show/675YBV76xmb0ra3PXd4pJ7

About Mo

Moderator - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
Colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired) and Host for Mo and Katy Show
Katy Stevens
Moderator - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
Music Professional and Host for Mo and Katy Show

Your conversation catalysts for the Second Act Panel are the “Mo & Katy Show” podcast co-hosts, Mo Barrett and Katy Stevens. Mo & Katy are unlikely friends from two separate worlds who collided through female barbershop singing. Katy, a lifelong civilian, is helping Mo navigate her Second Act after the Air Force. Mo, a retired Colonel, is helping Katy discover and fly into her Second Act as she transitions her in-studio piano, voice, flute and performance instruction into the online airspace. Katy lives in Baltimore, Maryland with her husband, three sons and three dogs. Mo and her partner (also a retired Colonel) live in Linden, Virginia with 2 dogs and a dog-like cat. Mo and Katy are closer to the mid-century mark than either will admit (Katy will gladly admit Mo is closer to it than she is), but have reached a point in life where they’ve come to recognize, acknowledge, appreciate and leverage their respective quirks. Engaging in multiple creative endeavors, Mo & Katy take humor seriously and work to spread gratitude, humor and positivity.

https://open.spotify.com/show/675YBV76xmb0ra3PXd4pJ7

About Katy

Moderator - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
Music Professional and Host for Mo and Katy Show
Paula Boggs
Panelist - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
Founder, Boggs Media

Paula Boggs is the founder of Boggs Media, LLC, a business that manages her music, speaking, and other creative business activities. She is a Musician, Public Speaker, Writer and Lawyer. Paula Boggs is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law and earned a bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Johns Hopkins University. Boggs earned a Congressional appointment to the US Naval Academy, among America’s first women to do so, was the top cadet in her Army ROTC graduating class and earned US Army Airborne wings. Boggs started her career as military lawyer in the Pentagon and White House and for ten years served as Starbucks Corporation’s top lawyer. Paula Boggs serves on for-profit and non-profit boards, gives speeches, writes music, co-produces albums for, and tours extensively with Paula Boggs Band.? In 2009 NASDAQ named her its top general counsel, in 2013 President Obama appointed her to the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, and in 2018 she received the Seattle Mayor’s Arts Award. Paula Boggs owns several U.S. Copyrights and is a Voting Member and Governor of The Recording Academy, Pacific Northwest Chapter.

https://www.paulaboggs.com/

About Paula

Panelist - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
Founder, Boggs Media
Kristin Baker
Panelist - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
U.S. Army (ret)

Kristin Baker is currently a program manager at Amazon Web Services World Wide Public Sector Solutions Architecture. She graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1990, where she had the honor of being the first woman in the Academy’s history to serve as the Commander of Cadets. She earned a bachelor’s in engineering psychology and two master’s degrees from the National Intelligence University and the Army War College. Kristin completed 30 years in the Army serving world-wide as an intelligence officer. She began her career in Germany as a platoon leader for a unit operating cutting edge intelligence systems and later an air defense battalion senior intelligence officer. In this first tour she would deploy to the Middle East in support of Desert Storm. Kristin later returned to Germany for three years as Army Europe’s Counter-terrorism Chief. Kristin then served for three years in Hawaii managing intelligence operations in the Asia Pacific region. After graduating from the Army War College, Kristin was selected as the V Corps Senior Intelligence Officer, one of only four corps in the U.S. Army. In that role she would deploy to Afghanistan as both the Corps G2 and the Chief of Assessments, leading an international team assessing Afghanistan’s readiness for governance and security. Following deployment, Kristin was selected to lead the Joint Intelligence Operations Center-Europe, commanding over 1000 military, civilian, contractor, and reserve personnel providing critical intelligence to defense and national senior decision makers. Kristin’s awards include the Honorable Order of Saint Barbara, the Knowlton Award for Intelligence, two legions of merit, and two bronze stars. Kristin spent over 15 years of her career in overseas assignments; her deployments include the Middle East, Bosnia, and Afghanistan. She and her husband, also a recently retired Army officer, have three daughters: Cassie, 22; Ashley, 20; and Brenna, 17.

About Kristin

Panelist - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
U.S. Army (ret)
Ellen Pawlikowski
Panelist - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
General, U.S. Air Force, retired

General (retired) Ellen M Pawlikowski is an independent consultant providing expertise on strategic planning, program management, logistics, and research and development. She is the Judge Widney Professor at the Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California. She serves on the Boards of Directors for the Raytheon Company, Intelsat SA, Applied Research Associates, and SRI International. Ellen Pawlikowski was the third woman to achieve the rank of General in the US Air Force. In her last assignment, she served as Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The command employs some 80,000 people and manages $60 billion annually, providing the Air Force with research and development, life cycle systems management, test and evaluation, installation support, depot maintenance and supply chain management. She entered the Air Force in 1978 as a distinguished graduate of the ROTC program at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ. She then attended the University of California at Berkeley as a Fannie and John Hertz Foundation fellow and received a Doctorate in chemical engineering in December 1981. General Pawlikowski's career has spanned a wide variety of technical management, leadership and staff positions. She commanded five times as a general officer, commanding the MILSATCOM Systems Wing, the AF element of the National Reconnaissance Office, AF Research Laboratory, the Space and Missile Systems Center, and Air force Materiel Command. She also served as the program director and program executive officer for several multibillion-dollar military-system acquisitions. General Pawlikowski is nationally recognized for her leadership and technical management acumen. ?Among her recognitions are the Women In Aerospace Life Time Achievement Award, the NDIA’s Peter B Teets Award, and the Air Force Association Executive Management Award. She is a Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a member of the National Academy of Engineers. Ellen Pawlikowski was born in Bloomfield, NJ and currently resides in Macon, GA.

About Ellen

Panelist - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
General, U.S. Air Force, retired
Janine Garner
Panelist - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps

LtCol Janine K. Garner is a 1999 graduate of Brigham Young University and flew KC-130s and KC-130Js. Captain Garner also completed two deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. She was the Director of Safety and Standardization while serving as a Transport Plane Commander (TPC), Functional Check Pilot (FCP), and Assistant NATOPS Instructor (ANI). She served as the Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) Requirements Officer for the Navy and Marine Corps, until she was selected to the Office of Legislative Affairs in February 2012. She served as the Deputy Director of the Marine House Liaison Office of Legislative Affairs where she traveled and worked directly with Members of Congress and Professional Staff Members (PSMs) on a variety of issues, to include Marine Corps Total Force Integration, Sexual Assault Prevention (SAPR), and Diversity. Major Garner served as the Maintenance Officer of an over 300 Marine Maintenance Department and then led a 7 month, 4 plane, 87 Marine detachment in support of Special Purpose MAGTF-CR-AF and operations across EUCOM, AFRICOM, and CENTCOM. In 2016 Major Garner served as the Commanding Officer of PSD-14, the 140 Marine and Sailor headquarters company and then was selected to be a Strategic Analyst in the Commandant’s Strategic Initiatives Group (SIG) where her portfolio included Pilot Retention, Maintainer Retention, Gender integration and Retention, and the response to Marines United, among many things. She was selected for and completed a fellowship to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and then selected to be a member of OSD’s first Strategic Thinkers Program (STP) cohort and in 2020 graduated from The Johns Hopkins University: School of Advanced International Studied (SAIS). LtCol Garner is currently serving on the Joint Staff. Her personal decorations include 3 Meritorious Service Medals, 6 Strike Flight Air Medals, 2 Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medals, and a Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

About Janine

Panelist - Second Acts: Reinventing Self
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps
Kyleanne Hunter, PhD
Workshop Facilitator - From Military Leadership Inspired Action: Using Experience as a Military Leader to Drive an Inspired Life
Professor and Senior Fellow

Kyleanne Hunter, PhD, is a Marine Corps combat veteran with multiple combat deployments as an AH-1W “Super Cobra” attack pilot. She finished her active duty time in the Marine Corps’ Legislative Liaison Office in the House of Representatives. She is as Assistant Professor of Military and Strategic Studies at the United States Air Force Academy and the co-director of the Athena Leadership Project. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, and a Master of Arts and a Doctorate from University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. Dr. Hunter’s research focuses on the intersection of social integration and military effectiveness, with a focus on gender and unconventional warfare.

About Kyleanne

Workshop Facilitator - From Military Leadership Inspired Action: Using Experience as a Military Leader to Drive an Inspired Life
Professor and Senior Fellow
Laura Campbell
Workshop Facilitator - From Military Leadership Inspired Action: Using Experience as a Military Leader to Drive an Inspired Life
Vice President of Inspired Partnerships, InspireCorps

Dedicated to personal growth and extraordinary performance, Laura brings her expertise in organizational and leader development, communicating for influence and impact, navigating complex transitions, leading through change and achieving performance excellence to her work to create powerful and resilient leaders. She is a Senior Partner and VP of Inspired Partnerships at InspireCorps, and is a recognized author, speaker, and trainer.

https://inspirecorps.com/Get-to-Know-Us/

About Laura

Workshop Facilitator - From Military Leadership Inspired Action: Using Experience as a Military Leader to Drive an Inspired Life
Vice President of Inspired Partnerships, InspireCorps
Shellee Smith
Workshop Facilitator - Third Space Thinking
Executive Director, Center for Third Space Thinking, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism

Shellee Smith is the executive director of the USC Center for Third Space Thinking and Executive Education at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. At the Center, she leads a team of professionals that has developed a new, communication-driven methodology to help organizations frame and solve complex problems. Shellee is an experienced management and communication consultant, and has worked on both sides of the microphone, as an award-winning newscaster and a company spokesperson. Shellee has garnered the most prestigious awards in broadcast journalism, including seven Emmys, the Alfred duPont Columbia University Award, the George Foster Peabody Award, two national Edward R. Murrow Awards, an Iris Award, and an Investigative Reporters & Editors Award. Shellee earned two bachelor’s degrees in journalism and German Area Studies from the University of Missouri in Columbia. She also studied German at Trier University in Germany. She recently completed an Executive M.B.A. at the USC Marshall School of Business.

https://uscthirdspace.com/team-member/shellee-smith/

About Shellee

Workshop Facilitator - Third Space Thinking
Executive Director, Center for Third Space Thinking, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
Jannell MacCauley, PhD
Workshop Facilitator - Performance Under Stress and Creating Mindful Leaders
Leadership and Performance Specialist

Dr. Jannell MacAulay is a combat veteran who served 20 years in the U.S. Air Force, as a pilot, commander, special operations consultant, international diplomat, and professionalism instructor. With her innovative leadership style, she was the first leader to introduce mindfulness as a proactive performance strategy within the United States military. She currently serves as a Leadership and Human Performance consultant for the Department of Defense, government sector, and corporate America. She is the co-founder of Warrior’s Edge, a high-performance mindset training program she developed with Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks and high-performance sports psychologist, Dr. Michael Gervais. Dr. MacAulay is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, has a Masters Degree in Kinesiology from The Pennsylvania State University, and a Ph.D. with work in the field of strategic health & human performance. Dr. MacAulay is a TEDx speaker, military spouse, and mother of two, who is on a mission to help individuals excel in high-stress and rugged environments, by showing them how to lean into each moment to find their best selves.

https://jannellmacaulay.com/

About Jannell

Workshop Facilitator - Performance Under Stress and Creating Mindful Leaders
Leadership and Performance Specialist

11:30 AM

Career Workshop Welcome and Opening Remarks

11:30 AM - 11:35 AMVIRTUAL STAGE
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  • Jackie Stennett

    Welcoming Remarks

11:35 AM

Understanding Career Options, Opportunities and Paths

11:35 AM - 12:35 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
12:35 PM

Career Resources and Job Fair

12:35 PM - 01:35 PMVIRTUAL EXHIBIT BOOTHS
12:35 PM

Virtual Exhibit Booths Open - Career Networking Forum

12:35 PM - 05:25 PM
01:35 PM

Small Group Discussions

01:35 PM - 02:20 PMVIRTUAL DISCUSSION GROUPS
02:25 PM

*Finding Your Fit: How Passion and Purpose Transform a Career Into a Lifestyle

02:25 PM - 03:25 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Alaina Love, SPHR

    Workshop Facilitator - Finding Your Fit: Passion Profiler

03:30 PM

Building Confident Women at the Negotiation Table

03:30 PM - 04:30 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Yasmin Davidds, PhD

    Workshop Facilitator - Building Confident Women at the Negotiation Table

04:35 PM

Navigating the Psychological Minefield of Transition

04:35 PM - 05:25 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
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  • Jason Roncoroni

    Workshop Facilitator - Navigating the Psychological Minefield of Transition

05:25 PM

Closing Remarks and Acknowledgements

05:25 PM - 05:30 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
11:30 AM

OWLS (Day One) Welcome and Overview

11:30 AM - 11:35 AMVIRTUAL STAGE
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  • Susan Feland

    Welcoming Remarks

11:35 AM

Keynote Introduction

11:35 AM - 11:40 AM
  • Geoffrey Garrett, PhD

    Keynote Introduction

11:40 AM

(Opening Keynote) Living a Life of Courage and Ethical Leadership

11:40 AM - 12:00 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Carol Folt, PhD

    Keynote - Living a Life of Courage and Ethical Leadership

12:05 PM

(Keynote) LEADING AUTHENTICALLY IN A WORLD OF CHANGE

12:05 PM - 12:25 PM
  • Lori Reynolds

    Keynote: Leading Authentically in a World of Change

12:30 PM

(Panel Discussion) Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture

12:30 PM - 02:00 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
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  • Alaina Love

    Moderator - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture

02:05 PM

(Keynote) Leading Through Turbulent Times

02:05 PM - 02:25 PM
  • Secretary Barbara Barrett

    Keynote

03:00 PM

(Panel Discussion) Leading Toward a New Millennium: Leadership Opportunities and Challenges

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
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  • Stephanie Wilson

    Moderator - Leading Toward a New Millenium: Leadership Opportunities and Challenges

04:35 PM

(Panel Discussion) Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One

04:35 PM - 06:05 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +4
  • Nikki Schuler

    Moderator - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One

06:05 PM

(OWLS Day One) Closing Remarks and Acknowledgements

06:05 PM - 06:10 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Susan Feland

    Welcoming Remarks

11:30 AM

OWLS (Day Two) Welcome and Introductions

11:30 AM - 11:35 AMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Susan Feland

    Welcoming Remarks

11:35 AM

(Morning Keynote Address) Leading When Life Throws You Curve Balls

11:35 AM - 12:35 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Telita Crosland

    Keynote: When Life Throws You Curveballs

12:40 PM

(Panel Discussion) Second Acts: Reinventing Self

12:40 PM - 02:15 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +5
  • Carrie K. Baker, PhD

    Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium

02:20 PM

(Fireside Chat) From Military Leadership to Inspired Action: Using Experience as a Military Leader to Drive an Inspired Life

02:20 PM - 03:20 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Kyleanne Hunter, PhD

    Workshop Facilitator - From Military Leadership Inspired Action: Using Experience as a Military Leader to Drive an Inspired Life

03:25 PM

(Workshop Presentation) Third Space Thinking

03:25 PM - 04:25 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Shellee Smith

    Workshop Facilitator - Third Space Thinking

04:30 PM

(Closing Keynote) Performance Under Stress and Creating Mindful Leaders

04:30 PM - 05:30 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Jannell MacCauley, PhD

    Workshop Facilitator - Performance Under Stress and Creating Mindful Leaders

05:30 PM

Concluding Remarks and Acknowledgments

05:30 PM - 05:35 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Susan Feland

    Welcoming Remarks

11:30 AM

Career Workshop Welcome and Opening Remarks

11:30 AM - 11:35 AMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +2
  • Jackie Stennett

    Welcoming Remarks

11:35 AM

Understanding Career Options, Opportunities and Paths

11:35 AM - 12:35 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
12:35 PM

Career Resources and Job Fair

12:35 PM - 01:35 PMVIRTUAL EXHIBIT BOOTHS
12:35 PM

Virtual Exhibit Booths Open - Career Networking Forum

12:35 PM - 05:25 PM
01:35 PM

Small Group Discussions

01:35 PM - 02:20 PMVIRTUAL DISCUSSION GROUPS
02:25 PM

*Finding Your Fit: How Passion and Purpose Transform a Career Into a Lifestyle

02:25 PM - 03:25 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Alaina Love, SPHR

    Workshop Facilitator - Finding Your Fit: Passion Profiler

03:30 PM

Building Confident Women at the Negotiation Table

03:30 PM - 04:30 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Yasmin Davidds, PhD

    Workshop Facilitator - Building Confident Women at the Negotiation Table

04:35 PM

Navigating the Psychological Minefield of Transition

04:35 PM - 05:25 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Jason Roncoroni

    Workshop Facilitator - Navigating the Psychological Minefield of Transition

05:25 PM

Closing Remarks and Acknowledgements

05:25 PM - 05:30 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
11:30 AM

OWLS (Day One) Welcome and Overview

11:30 AM - 11:35 AMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Susan Feland

    Welcoming Remarks

11:35 AM

Keynote Introduction

11:35 AM - 11:40 AM
  • Geoffrey Garrett, PhD

    Keynote Introduction

11:40 AM

(Opening Keynote) Living a Life of Courage and Ethical Leadership

11:40 AM - 12:00 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Carol Folt, PhD

    Keynote - Living a Life of Courage and Ethical Leadership

12:05 PM

(Keynote) LEADING AUTHENTICALLY IN A WORLD OF CHANGE

12:05 PM - 12:25 PM
  • Lori Reynolds

    Keynote: Leading Authentically in a World of Change

12:30 PM

(Panel Discussion) Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture

12:30 PM - 02:00 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +5
  • Alaina Love

    Moderator - Finding Your Voice: Advocating to Change Culture

02:05 PM

(Keynote) Leading Through Turbulent Times

02:05 PM - 02:25 PM
  • Secretary Barbara Barrett

    Keynote

03:00 PM

(Panel Discussion) Leading Toward a New Millennium: Leadership Opportunities and Challenges

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +4
  • Stephanie Wilson

    Moderator - Leading Toward a New Millenium: Leadership Opportunities and Challenges

04:35 PM

(Panel Discussion) Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One

04:35 PM - 06:05 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +4
  • Nikki Schuler

    Moderator - Mentors: How to Get One, How to Be One

06:05 PM

(OWLS Day One) Closing Remarks and Acknowledgements

06:05 PM - 06:10 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Susan Feland

    Welcoming Remarks

11:30 AM

OWLS (Day Two) Welcome and Introductions

11:30 AM - 11:35 AMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Susan Feland

    Welcoming Remarks

11:35 AM

(Morning Keynote Address) Leading When Life Throws You Curve Balls

11:35 AM - 12:35 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Telita Crosland

    Keynote: When Life Throws You Curveballs

12:40 PM

(Panel Discussion) Second Acts: Reinventing Self

12:40 PM - 02:15 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +5
  • Carrie K. Baker, PhD

    Panelist - Leading Toward a New Millennium

02:20 PM

(Fireside Chat) From Military Leadership to Inspired Action: Using Experience as a Military Leader to Drive an Inspired Life

02:20 PM - 03:20 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Kyleanne Hunter, PhD

    Workshop Facilitator - From Military Leadership Inspired Action: Using Experience as a Military Leader to Drive an Inspired Life

03:25 PM

(Workshop Presentation) Third Space Thinking

03:25 PM - 04:25 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Shellee Smith

    Workshop Facilitator - Third Space Thinking

04:30 PM

(Closing Keynote) Performance Under Stress and Creating Mindful Leaders

04:30 PM - 05:30 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • Jannell MacCauley, PhD

    Workshop Facilitator - Performance Under Stress and Creating Mindful Leaders

05:30 PM

Concluding Remarks and Acknowledgments

05:30 PM - 05:35 PMVIRTUAL STAGE
  • +1
  • Susan Feland

    Welcoming Remarks

Nov 3, 2019

09:00 AM
10:00 AM

Event Schedule

The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
The Growth Show LIVE at the Podcast Lounge with Jen RubioTue Sep 03/ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM ( 30 min )
Book Reading x Meet & Greetx Book Signingx
09:00 AM

Breakfast and networking with exhibitors

09:00 AM - 09:45 AM Hall A
Webinar
  • +1
  • Ayyanar Raja Mariappan

    Senior user interface designer

10:00 AM
Fresher

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Fresher

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Hall A
$5.00
Beginner

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Beginner

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Hall B
$10.00
11:00 AM
Fresher

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Fresher

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Hall A
$10.00
Beginner

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Beginner

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Hall B
Expert

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Expert

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Hall C
12:00 PM

Lunch Break For All Session

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Hall A
01:00 PM
Fresher

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Fresher

01:00 PM - 01:45 PM Hall A
$10.00
Beginner

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Beginner

01:00 PM - 01:45 PM Hall B
Expert

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Expert

01:00 PM - 01:45 PM Hall C
Expert Level One

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Expert Level One

01:00 PM - 01:45 PM Hall D
02:00 PM

Software Product Sale

02:00 PM - 02:45 PM Hall A
$15.00
03:00 PM
Fresher

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Fresher

03:00 PM - 03:15 PM Hall A
$12.00
Fresher

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Fresher

03:00 PM - 03:15 PM Hall A
Fresher

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Fresher

03:00 PM - 03:15 PM Hall A
Fresher

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Fresher

03:00 PM - 03:15 PM Hall A
Fresher

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Fresher

03:00 PM - 03:15 PM Hall A
Expert

Asp.Net Full Stack Developer for Expert

03:00 PM - 03:45 PM Hall C
$10.00

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