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Book Discussion - November 28, 2018 - Civic Hall, NYC

  • Civic Hall 118 West 22nd Street 12th Floor New York, NY 10011 United States (map)

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While the business case for gender diversity is widely understood, companies are still struggling to retain female talent.

Wall Street Executive and Author, Tamara Lashchyk says that women are trying to navigate a system that never took us into consideration and corporate leadership isn’t doing enough to change this. Both men and women have a shared responsibility to move this agenda forward and neither is doing enough.   

During this event, Tamara Lashchyk will be joined by Internationally recognized Leadership & Transformation Strategist Sabina Reinhardt. and Software Engineer Sonya Khan as raise the issues facing women in male dominated industries such as Finance and Technology, how to navigate these challenges for your own career success and what responsibility men and women have to change the status quo.

Ticket price includes a copy of the book, "Lose the Gum" by Tamara Lashchyk, and refreshments.

6:00pm – Wine, Cheese and Networking

6:30pm – Discussion

7:30pm – More Networking

8:00pm – After Party at a local haunt

Tamara Lashchyk is a Wall Street Executive, Career and Business Coach and Author of the Book, Lose the Gum, A Survival Guide for Women on Wall Street, Main Street and Every Street in Between. She has spent her 25 year career working in various roles across top tier investment banks including nearly a decade in Human Resources focusing on Talent Management of all levels of professional.

Sabina Reinhardt is an internationally recognized Leadership & Transformation Strategist. Her breakthrough strategies empower, educate and elevate professional women in the corporate sector as well business owners and entrepreneurs. Prior to founding Rocketing Life, her coaching & consulting firm, Sabina spent 15 years in the financial services industry.

Sonya Khan is a software engineer with extensive startup experience, specializing in full stack web development and data analysis. She is passionate about the intersection of technology and social good, leveraging her skills to create a positive impact on society.