On October 24, the Carey Business School hosted a group of executives from Johnson & Johnson to share their experiences as business leaders. The event was organized by Carey Women in Business, a student-led organization dedicated to unlocking the leadership potential of women and to prepare them for leadership roles in the business world.
The panel explored some of the factors that contribute to successful careers in business for women and touched upon themes impacting women in leadership, and how businesses can benefit from diverse talent.
Participating in the panel discussion from Johnson & Johnson were: Sandra Humbles, Vice President of Global Education Solutions; Colleen Flesher, Area Vice President, North Atlantic; Kate Masschelein, Senior Director for Specialty Marketing for ETHICON; Natalie Holger, Product Director; Renee Casey, Senior Director of World Wide Commercial Education; and Paige Slater, Senior Director, World Wide Professional Relations and Operations. The discussion was moderated by Carey Women in Business co-presidents, Shelby Schemerhorn and Caroline Robinson, who are both 2018 GMBA candidates.
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