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AUSTRIAN GERMAN SWISS Women-in-Business Forum NYC

Millennial Females – Dream Bigger and Hustle Harder?

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

pwcPricewaterhouseCoopers LLC Auditorium

300 Madison Avenue and 42nd Street

New York, NY 10017

At the Fall event of the new “Women-in-Business Forum NYC”, initiated by the Austrian, German, and Swiss American Chambers of Commerce, the podium will be shared by four cross-generational female leaders – Millennials and Generation X – to share personal insights and discuss work experiences. What is it about the correlation between women and millennials in leadership positions and their companies’ success rates? Gender and generational gaps are big buzz words in the business world, how does reality look like? How can businesses take advantage of this new, entirely changed generation? Please join us for an evening of inspiring discussions, story sharing and networking opportunities!

Welcome: Martina Walt, Partner on Secondment – Swiss Tax Desk at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

anne donovan

Keynote & Panel: Anne Donovan, Human Capital Transformation Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Mastermind behind PWC’s first global study on Millennials conducted over 2 years within 18 countries & 44,000 surveys, in conjunction with USC and LBS. The findings both confirm and dispel stereotypes about Millennials and provide compelling guidance as to how organisations must adapt their companies to fit the demands of both Millennial and non-Millennial employees.

loganLogan McIntosh, Head of Millennial Relations & Content, Purpose Generation   As Head of Content, Logan manages the company’s content strategy, creation and distribution. In addition to her position at Purpose Generation, she works closely with the New York Chair of TIGER 21, the leading peer-to-peer network for high net worth investors in North America, on membership development.Purpose Generation is a strategy and insights firm helping companies navigate how the millennial generation consumes, works, invests, and communicates. Purpose Generation leverages the power of community to source meaningful insights, and collaborates with brands to create more purposeful products and services

sashaSasha Horowitz, Manager, Corporate HR Strategy & Systems, Bertelsmann, Inc. Sasha Horowitz is a highly experienced Human Capital Management professional, currently working for Bertelsmann’s NY Corporate office on a global, multi-year Recruiting Implementation at Bertelsmann using SAP/Success Factors – focussed on Applicant Tracking, Recruiting Marketing and Onboarding modules.

nicolaModerator: Nicola Port Senior Vice President & Associate General Counsel, ACE Group Nicola Port is a Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel of ACE Group, a diversified insurer and reinsurer with operations in all 50 US states and 54 countries around the world. In her role, she reports to the General Counsel of ACE Group and assists him in advising the company on the legal, regulatory, and compliance issues it faces.

The event will be followed by a networking reception kindly sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers LCC New York.

Admission

Members of the 3 chambers: free Non-members: $35 (please RSVP via office@usaustrianchamber.org and buy tickets through paypal:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=R9KLK262T3G64

 

Space is limited. RSVP is required. Please register online by Friday, October 9, 2015. If you have any further questions, please contact office@usaustrianchamber.org or (212) 819 0117.

Refund Policy: Cancellations cannot be refunded. Cancellations will be credited towards another UACC event.

Coordinated by

Claudia Mahler Communications

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