Female Leaders To Discuss Issues at Broken Glass Event In Downtown Melbourne

By  //  July 16, 2015

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Melbourne Regional Chamber’s 2040 Leadership Development Series proudly presents “Broken Glass – Creating Your Own Professional Ceiling.”

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Melbourne Regional Chamber’s 2040 Leadership Development Series proudly presents “Broken Glass – Creating Your Own Professional Ceiling.”

Taking place Wednesday, July 22 at 5:30 p.m. at Calilou in historic downtown Melbourne, this event will feature four female leaders in the community and an interactive discussion on workplace culture, female mentorship and the role men play in striving for equality in the workforce.

The panel will be moderated by Jarin Eisenberg, Executive Director of Melbourne Main Street and a woman’s advocate.

Jarin Eisenberg

Jarin Eisenberg

“It is crucial we continue the discussion the women who came before us started. Addressing workplace challenges, mentorship, and the role men play in creating an environment that is welcoming to female leaders is essential to building a more equitable workplace environment,” said Eisenberg

The panel will feature Lt. Col. Kristi Lowenthal, Defense Contract Management Agency and Paul Harris Fellow; Stacy Clark, Executive Director of the The Fountains; Shannon Ferry, FAA Cheif Flight Instructor at Florida Tech Aviation; and Kati Brunson, Senior Program Manager at Rockwell Collins and this year’s recipient of the weVenture’s Emerging Leadership award.

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