Come enjoy the sounds of the Peninsula String Quartet during our festive holiday luncheon. Alan E. Nelson will also share with us his inspiring message of how to help and encourage young women leaders.
Though 39% of Fortune 1000 employees are women, only only 3% are CEO’s, and only 16% are company executives. Similarly, 50% of US citizens are female, but less than 20% are members of Congress and we’ve yet to see a woman in office in the White House. Alan hopes to change those statistics by helping young women tap in to their unique gender strengths and thrive as leaders in organizations and in society
Alan will show how to encourage future women leaders as well as identify steps that you can take to inspire your own leadership qualities.
Early Bird through Saturday, 12/13: Members and Guests of NAWBO-SV Members: $55; General/Non-members: $70
After Early Bird: Members/Guests of NAWBO-SV Members: $65;
“A portion of your registration fee represents a donation to the Peninsula Symphony”
Alan E. Nelson is a Lecturer of Management at the Naval Postgraduate School and founder of KidLead Inc (www.kidlead.com), a non-profit leadership training curricula provider for young leaders (ages 2-25).
He began SheLead for young women to identify and utilize the tools to become active leaders in their community after realizing that the world desperately needs more women leaders. He has a MA in psychology/communication from CSU-Sacramento and an EdD in leadership from the University of San Diego. Dr. Nelson is considered a global expert in young leader development and is the author of 20 books and over 200 articles. He worked for many years as a leader in the social sector and has taught a variety of grad and doctoral classes in the areas of org change, leadership development, and communication. Alan is a vibrant speaker, trainer and leadership coach.