Sarah Steele will discuss how far women have come in the world
Online PR News – 16-February-2021 – Pasadena, California – 50/50 Leadership will host a virtual roundtable in celebration of International Women's Day!
Sarah Steele will discuss Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Stories from Female Trail Blazers on March 6th, at 10 AM PST/ 1 PM EST.
Steele will engage in an open discussion of women that have reached for success and the obstacles they faced on their path. Participants will also be encouraged to share their journeys and connect with one another during our celebration of women's history and resilience.
"Vice President Kamala Harris smashed a very large glass ceiling, but there are many more still to be broken. Hearing from those that have done it is inspiring. Committing to breaking one of our own can spark us to action" said Pauline Field, Founder and Chair of 50/50 Leadership.
Tickets to the roundtable can be purchased here: https://50-50leadershiproundtable-womenshistory.eventbrite.com
Our monthly Roundtable events feature expert panelists creating an open forum for 50/50 community members to discuss a range of issues. Each session is private and allows participants to pose their questions and explore answers.
About Sarah Steele:
Sarah Steele is a successful and empowering international speaker, trainer, and change agent with more than two decades of business experience across a range of industries and countries, including the UK, USA, and Continental Europe. With a holistic and globally savvy outlook, Sarah combines communication, change management, and emotional intelligence with her background in Human Resources and Operational Leadership to find the best pathway to success for her clients. She has worked across many industries, sizes of organizations, and structures and is a firm believer in recognizing the uniqueness of every team and situation.
About 50/50 Leadership:
50/50 Leadership is a non-profit organization committed to empowering, educating, and inspiring women from all walks of life to become leaders. Founded in 2004 by Pauline Field to alter the perception and underrepresentation of women in leadership roles, the organization provides a wide range of financial literacy programs, now held virtually, for women across America who have been in foster care, incarcerated, have survived from domestic violence, or who have experienced homelessness.