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Cleveland Museum of Natural History
1 Wade Oval Drive, Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Women leaders are required to function in a manner consistent with both gender role and leadership role expectations — which are often contradictory and place women in a double bind.
Our discussion will feature Dr. Diane Bergeron (Case Western Reserve University) who will provide a brief overview of the research on role expectations — gender, leadership, minority, scientist — and how they contribute to women’s double bind. This will be followed by an interactive panel discussion that includes a diverse group of thought leaders in Cleveland. Together we will understand how role expectations limit organizations' ability to benefit from the entire talent pool, exchange successful tactics, and return to our workplaces with new strategies to untangle the double bind many women face.
Dr. Ka-Pi Hoh, Operations Manager, Lubrizol
Dr. Tom Mihaljevic, CEO, Cleveland Clinic
Dr. Denise Su, Curator and Head of Paleobotany & Paleoecology, Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Dr. Cyrus Taylor, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Case Western Reserve University
Terri Wimms, Executive Director, Hospice Operations, Kindred Hospice
Please RSVP by Friday, February 16, 2018
Students (grade school through grad school) may call the Box Office at 216-231-1177 to reserve complimentary tickets, courtesy of the Women's Committee of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Cleveland Clinic, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History