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Women on Boards - A Personal Development Strategy, Free 1-hr Webinar
Want to take advantage of the talent development opportunities inherent in board service? Ever thought about joining a board but not sure where to start?

Join Smith Executive Education and Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwald for a webinar on the unique leadership development benefits available in board service. Elizabeth will help us reframe our ideas on the value of being on a board and provide recommendations for taking advantage of the “old boys club” mentality and turning it on its’ head. The session caters to women who are interested in, and/or currently serving on a nonprofit or corporate board and those who support them.

You will learn:
- How to create a personal talent growth strategy
- How to address professional gaps through board service
- How to create a network for supporting career advancement.

Sep 18, 2019 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwald
Vice President of Supporter Relations @Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE)
Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwald is a recognized expert in cross-sector partnership development, leadership development and capacity building for the nonprofit sector. She has worked with Fortune 500 companies, government and the social sector to build, lead, and advance the use of service and civic engagement as a resource for communities worldwide. Elizabeth serves as the Vice President of Supporter Relations for Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE) and is a Consultant with the Benevolent Group working with organizations including Authentifi, Team4Tech, and The Fedcap Group. Previously, she was the Chief External Relations Officer at the Taproot Foundation and founder of 20% Theatre, an all-women’s theatre company. In addition, Elizabeth is a lecturer with the Executive Education program at the Kellogg School of Business, Northwestern University. Elizabeth holds a BA from Smith College in English and Theatre and is a graduate of the American Express Leadership Academy.