MILWAUKEE — Top executives from the Milwaukee Bucks, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Badger Liquor Company will lead a panel discussion co-hosted by Marquette University’s Institute for Women’s Leadership and student organization Women in Business. The event, “Journeys, Successes, and Challenges,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 5 p.m. at the 707 Hub, 1102 W. Wisconsin Ave.
The panel will feature Marquette alumni Kareeda Chones Aguam, senior vice president of strategy and management for the Milwaukee Bucks; Amal Audi, director of operations and site leader for Thermo Fisher Scientific; and Lacey Sadoff, president of Badger Liquor Company; as well as Margo Loebl, global executive, board director and member of IWL’s Advisory Council.
Registration is free and available online.
Panelists will participate in an engaging discussion about how they’ve carved a path as leaders in their field. They’ll talk about what leadership entails, the career hurdles they’ve faced on their road to success and how they are shaping the workplace for future generations. The discussion will be followed by opportunities to network with panelists and other attendees.
The Institute for Women’s Leadership builds upon Marquette’s historic role as the first coeducational Catholic university in the world beginning in 1909. The mission of the IWL is to support and conduct cutting-edge gender research and build transformational experiences and relationships that empower women and advance women’s leadership.
Women in Business is a student organization at Marquette founded in 2007 to aid female students in building their resume, gaining leadership skills, increasing networking opportunities, and taking a look into and gaining insight from the lives of professional women. Members of the organization are undergraduate female students interested in having a professional career upon graduation.
About Marquette University
Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit university located near the heart of downtown Milwaukee that offers a comprehensive range of majors in 11 nationally and internationally recognized colleges and schools. Through the formation of hearts and minds, Marquette prepares our 11,100 undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and professional students to lead, excel and serve as agents of positive change. And, we deliver results. Ranked in the top 20% of national universities, Marquette is recognized for its undergraduate teaching, innovation and career preparation as the sixth-best university in the country for job placement. Our focus on student success and immersive, personalized learning experiences encourages students to think critically and engage with the world around them. When students graduate with a Marquette degree, they are truly prepared and called to Be The Difference.