The Working Moms Network (WoMo) Hosts a Networking Event with a Panel of Philadelphia Businesswomen to Discuss the Current State of the Female Workforce
— Elysee Lupin
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA, USA, March 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — To celebrate Women’s History Month, the Working Moms Network (WoMo) is hosting a networking event with a panel of working moms Philadelphia business and mothers—Susan Jin Davis, Suzanne Toner, LeeAnn Kindness, and Isabelle Scarchilli—to discuss the current state of the female workforce. The event will take place March 31 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with lunch at SAVONA in Gulph Mills, Pennsylvania and will be hosted by WoMo Founder and President of Elysium Marketing Group, Elyse Lupin. Tickets are available through Eventbrite.
Panel members will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on their professional and personal lives, and the changes they have made throughout the pandemic to adapt. They will also offer their predictions on how they think the workforce will evolve for working mothers in the future. After sharing their ideas, attendees will have the opportunity to pose questions to the panel and network with their peers.
A portion of ticket sales will be donated to Girls Spark, a non-profit organization that provides adolescent girls with a supportive and empowering environment where they can learn, collaborate, and overcome adversity in the face of today’s social issues. . The nonprofit is guided by a passionate team of high school girls and a steering committee of adults who share a vision of helping girls solve difficult social issues by providing helpful resources and organizing events for teens.
About WoMo Network
The WoMo Network was founded in 2016 by a working mother, Elyse Lupin, president of Elysium Marketing Group. advice for all working mums and support for new working mums. The WoMo Network took a break during the pandemic, but recently Elyse was invigorated to continue her passion project by stating that “the pandemic has been disproportionately difficult for working mothers. We had to continue to work hard in our careers, but also become the home teacher, caretaker and so many other additional roles. As we begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel, I believe that now more than ever, working mothers and all women in the workforce need to be able to connect, inspire and support each other.
About the panelists
Susan Jin Davis has 30 years of experience in the communications and technology industry, and is currently Head of Social Impact for Al Roker Entertainment, Inc. Susan is also Chair of the Asian Pacific Board of Directors American Institute for Congressional Studies and serves as a director on the boards of the Asian Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund, the Asian/Pacific Islander American Chamber of Commerce & Entrepreneurship, and the Juvenile Law Center. She also sits on the Board of Trustees of Bryn Mawr College.
Suzanne Toner has 18 years of HR experience and currently serves as Chief People Officer at Insomnia Cookies. Previously, she served as Vice President of Human Resources at honeygrow and Senior Director of Human Resources at Five Below, Inc. Suzanne is also a member of AWE: Awesome Women Executives (CEOs, COOs, CHROs), a women’s group on LinkedIn who help other women meet business challenges.
LeeAnn Kindness has over 15 years of experience in e-commerce, marketing and nutrition, driving the growth of direct-to-consumer brands through product development and consumer-driven innovation. With a unique background, she combined a Masters in Nutrition from Drexel University with marketing experience to lead Wawa’s food policy and nutrition strategy. Previously, LeeAnn spent 13 years building the e-commerce business and leading marketing efforts for Philadelphia-based Steven Singer Jewelers, and also worked in product development and R&D for Nutrisystem. LeeAnn is currently an in-house member of the Wawa Food Policy Council, a member of the Academy of Nutrition, and a Registered Dietetic Nutritionist.
Isabelle Scarchilli has a long career in marketing and currently serves as CMO of LAGOS, with eleven years of experience at the designer jewelry company. Previously, she served as Marketing Director of Global Strategy for Givaudan in Paris and New York, and Marketing Manager for Unilever in New York. Scarchili holds a Masters in Fashion Merchandising from FIT as well as a Masters in Business/Commerce from ICN Business School.
Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite.
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