WGST Networking Intiative

WGST Networking Intitiative
Lean-In-Book
♦ INAUGURAL EVENT: JANUARY 30, 2014 line
Panel and Open Discussion of ‘Lean-In’

Thursday, January 30, 2014
5:30    Appetizers & Mingling
6:00    Program Begins


Shine Restaurant & Gathering Space
2027 13th St, Boulder, CO

The Women and Gender Studies Program at CU-Boulder invites you to join us for an open discussion of Sheryl Sandberg’s 2013 book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, and for an opportunity to network with other women (and men) from the community including academics, businesswomen, community activists, political leaders, and others. This will be the first of many lively community networking events sponsored by the CU Women and Gender Studies Program.
If you are interested in attending, and did not receive a “save the date” invitation, please email wgst@colorado.edu to be added to our mailing list.


Panel to be moderated by
Ann M. Carlos

Professor of Economics and
Associate Dean for Social Sciences,
University of Colorado Boulder.

Other panelists include:
     Jandel Allen-Davis, vice president of Government and External Relations, Kaiser Permanente Colorado
     Ingrid Alongi, co-founder and CEO of Quick Left; CU-Boulder alumna
     Irene Griego, University of Colorado Regent – 7th Congressional District
     Andrea Guendelman, adjunct professor of law, CU-Boulder; co-founder at PowerPlay Toy & Game Challenge
     Celeste Montoya, assistant professor, Women and Gender Studies Program, CU-Boulder
For further reading:
Publisher’s Website: Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead – Knopf

Official Lean-in Website: Leanin.org

TED talk: Sheryl Sandberg: Why we have too few women leaders – YouTube

Interviews with the Author:

Media and Academic Responses:

Book Reviews: