Women’s Forum

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Knowable - Sales Training and Content Manager

Passing along from Knowable Head of Business Development 

Please feel free to circulate with your lists and if anyone is interested or you would recommend someone please feel free to have them reach out to me in addition to applying. I’d be happy to help anyone you all refer for the job.

 

Who We Are (Knowable):

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Knowable - Manager, Proposal and Bid Management

Passing along from Knowable Head of Business Development 

Please feel free to circulate with your lists and if anyone is interested or you would recommend someone please feel free to have them reach out to me in addition to applying. I’d be happy to help anyone you all refer for the job.

Who We Are (Knowable):

Duke Colorado Women's Forum: 2020 Bring it Breakfast

On February 28, 2020, alumnae gathered for a candid panel conversation featuring Laura A. Menninger '91, P'23, Kim Johnson '88, Heather Prochnow Brecl '94, Summer Puente '11 and moderated by Brandalyn Powell MBA'18, on navigating fear, failure, feminism and a flock of other F words. The panel provided valuable insights on the professional and personal levels for all attendees.

Austin Women's Forum Neighborhood Conversation

The Duke Austin Women's Forum  kicked off 2020 with a Neighborhood Conversation on January 23, 2020. Area women enjoyed the opportunity to meet and catch up with classmates, neighbors, co-workers and other friends who share the Duke affiliation.

SoCal DWF 2nd Annual Health and Wellness Morning

On January 19, 2020, the SoCal Women's Forum held a half-day dedicated to women’s health and wellness, with expert Duke alumnae professionals leading discussions on topics including maternal health, mental health, and art therapy.

Duke NY Women's Forum STEAM Event

On October 30, 2019, the Duke Women's Forum hosted a panel titled "Duke Women STEAMing Ahead: A View from the Front Lines of Technological Innovation." The panel of business leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs spoke about what it takes to defy industry stereotypes and trailblaze in the tech industry, the skills needed to thrive in the 2.0 Economy, and what we can do to ensure that the next generation of women follows their lead.

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