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CGL/ICE Global Entrepreneurship Panel
November 14, 5:00-7:00pm
Curley Exchange, Villanova School of Business
Come and listen to a panel of three women involved with Global Entrepreneurship! The event is free and open to the public.
The panelists are:
- Elizabeth K. Awalt '10 CLAS, Co-Founder and Co-President, The Starfish Foundation
- Blandine Chantepie-Kari, VP EAEC, University & Entrepreneurship - Soft Landing Programs
- Sheryl Winston Smith, PhD, Visiting Professor, Villanova School of Business
Check out their bios below.
Executive Salary Negotiation Virtual Networking Event
with Joyce E. A. Russell, PhD
The Helen and William O’Toole Dean of the Villanova School of Business
November 16, 12 p.m. (EST)
Join us as Dean Russell discusses the critical elements of effective negotiation and how to apply them to your next performance review or job offer. Register soon!
2017 Fall Donation Drive for Cradles to Crayons
October 16 – October 27
Childhood poverty is a serious matter not only in Philadelphia but also in the nation. Nearly one in four Philadelphia residents, including 130,000 children, live in poverty*.
VWPN is proud to host a Fall donation drive for Cradles to Crayons Philadelphia aiming to support children who are in need.
Who are they?
Cradle to Crayon is a local charity that provides children from birth through age 12, living in homeless or low-income situations, with the essential items they need to thrive – at home, at school and at play for free. They supply these items free of charge by engaging and connecting communities that have with communities that need.
What are the most needed items?
- Gender-neutral clothing: newborn, 0-3 months
- Boys infant clothing: 0-6 months
- Infant/toddler pajamas: 0-24 months (new or gently used)
- New infant/toddler socks: 6-24 months
- New underwear: 2T, size 12/14
- New hygiene items for infants (e.g. shampoo, soap, baby lotion, brushes/combs)
- Sneakers/every day shoes, youth/adult: boys up to 7.5, girls up to 5.5
- Sneakers/every day shoes, infant/toddler: all sizes
- Baby board books
Are there any other acceptable items?
For a complete list of acceptable items, please click here.
When and where is the drive?
Collections will start from Monday, October 16 to Friday, October 27(after Fall Break) at the Clay Center on the first floor in Bartley Hall.
Questions or concerns?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Alicia Strandberg at email@example.com
VWPN Voluteers at Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia
On Monday evening, June 15th, members of the VWPN purchased, prepared, and served a meal to families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia. A big THANK YOU to all who donated ingredients, time and cooking skills. A special "shout out" to Shannon Wilson and Jackie Vega for organizing this event.
Big East Tournament Networking Luncheon
On March 10, the Villanova Women's Professional Network along with University Advancement and the Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women's Leadership held a networking luncheon and panel in New York as part of Big East week. The panel was narrated by Joyce Russell, Dean of the Villanova School of Business and included Catherine Keating '84, President and CEO of Commonfund, Nnenna Lynch '93, Managing Principal and Director of Development, The Georgetown Company, Paula Sutter '89, Operating Partner, TSG Consumer Partners and CEO TSG Fashion, and Eileen Barker '93, GM Sales, IT Cosmetics.
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Closing the Pay Gap and Beyond - Elise Gould, Economic Policy Institute
On September 21, Villanova faculty, students, and friends met in the Idea Accelerator in Falvey Library to listen to Dr. Gould discuss her work on closing the gender pay gap and participate in conversations about the recent Women's Economic Agenda: Creating an Economy That Works for Everyone. A total of about 75 atendees came to the event and participated in lively discussions throughout the evening.
For those interested in Dr. Gould's research but unable to attend the event, the presentation is available here.