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The Accidental Change Agent with Sharon Hadary

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The Accidental Change Agent with Sharon Hadary

Lecture & Discussion
Tuesday, October 18
5 - 6 pm
Cost: Free
Hear Sharon Hadary's story of creating positive change to women's entrepreneurship around the globe.

Sharon Hadary says, "I never started out to be a change agent. All I wanted was to do work that was fulfilling and fun and help others be successful!"

Yet, Sharon is credited with transforming the world of women's entrepreneurship around the globe.

Dr. Sharon Hadary is the former executive director at the Center for Women's Business Research and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland and American University. Attend this seminar to hear about her journey from the University of Wisconsin to corporate America and how she established and lead the only non-profit research institute in the world focusing exclusively on women's entrepreneurship.

Her Five Tips for Creating Change
1. Move from social justice to & economic imperative
2. Harness the power of data
3. It doesn't matter if it has never been done before
4. Enroll others in your vision
5. Be generous with your knowledge

After this session, please join us for her workshop, Eight Essential Strategies Successful Women Know

Sharon Hadary says, "I never started out to be a change agent. All I wanted was to do work that was fulfilling and fun and help others be successful!"

Yet, Sharon is credited with transforming the world of women's entrepreneurship around the globe.

Dr. Sharon Hadary is the former executive director at the Center for Women's Business Research and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland and American University. Attend this seminar to hear about her journey from the University of Wisconsin to corporate America and how she established and lead the only non-profit research institute in the world focusing exclusively on women's entrepreneurship.

Her Five Tips for Creating Change
1. Move from social justice to & economic imperative
2. Harness the power of data
3. It doesn't matter if it has never been done before
4. Enroll others in your vision
5. Be generous with your knowledge

After this session, please join us for her workshop, Eight Essential Strategies Successful Women Know

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