2022 Event Recap

The Tippie Women Summit is sponsored by the Kathleen Dore-Henry B. Tippie Women’s Leadership Program.

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This casual Zoom conversation featured Tippie Dean Amy Kristof-Brown, Tippie Associate Dean of Graduate Programs Jennifer Blackhurst, and Nicole Johnston (BBA94), Chief Sales Officer, Food Division, Newell Brands. They discussed how they prepared for leadership opportunities and provided insight on how you can be ready for your own professional development.

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Many people experience the so-called "impostor syndrome" despite their success in the workplace. It holds them back from pursuing challenging opportunities, leads to overworking and burnout, and takes a huge emotion toll. In this webinar, Tippie Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship and Pioneer Research Fellow Rong Su highlighted how you can overcoming barriers to career success by challenging existing conceptions and establishing a renewed understanding about the impostor experience.

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This alumni panel discussion highlighted how creating a web of personal networks can benefit you as your career progresses. Participants learned first hand from several successful Tippie alums including:

  • Cheryl Davenport (BBA05), Vice President, NIKE Consumer Creation Strategy
  • Kim Johnson (MBA15), Vice President of Marketing, Igor
  • Anne Parmley (MBA15), President, Linn County Gaming Association
  • Yvette Taylor (MBA92), National Manager – Wealth Management Client Support Services for Northern Trust

Moderated by Beth Livingston, Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship and Faculty Director of the Kathleen Dore-Henry B. Tippie Women's Leadership Program

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