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DESIGNING THE FUTURE WORKFORCE: BLACK AND LATINX WOMEN ARE READY TO LEAD
January 28 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
According to our Ready to Lead report, Black and Latinx girls are the most ambitious and most prepared leaders compared to other ethnic groups. Early in life they face external challenges with a teaching force that is mostly White, and later in life face the same challenge with upper management. Join us for our panelists’ expert insights on the path to changing this and how to support the next generation in the workforce.
Sponsored by Morgan Stanley, this hour-long panel is the second in a series of roundtable discussions around our research report, Ready to Lead. Featuring workforce experts, the roundtable will cover implications of the research on future workforce. What will be the path to change in companies? How are they addressing the barriers Black and Latinx women face to build the most inclusive leadership?
Join moderator Karina Cabrera Bell, Co-founder of talent strategy firm Open Access, and panelists Anilu Vazquez-Ubarri, Partner and Chief Human Resources Officer at TPG; Ileana Musa, Co-Head of International Wealth Management and the Head of International Banking & Lending at Morgan Stanley; Kim Davis, Senior Executive Vice President, Social Impact, Growth Initiatives & Legislative Affairs at the National Hockey League; and Tina Tchen, President and CEO of TIME’S UP Now and the TIME’S UP Foundation. Don’t miss out on their expert insights on Thursday, Jan. 28.