University of Pittsburgh
The Office of Professional and Career Development presents

WEBCAST: Inspiring Women with Guest Anne-Marie Slaughter

April 24, 2013 - 12:30pm2:00pm
University of Pittsburgh School of Law
3900 Forbes Avenue Room 113
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

 

WEBCAST: Inspiring Women with Guest Anne-Marie Slaughter 
 
April 24, 2013
12:30-2:00 p.m.
Room 113
 
The debate about women having it all reached a fever pitch last year, spurred by Princeton Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter's Atlantic article about her experience working at the State Department. With the future of the legal profession uncertain and law students graduating with fewer jobs to fill, the messaging to our women law students and lawyers about how, whether, when and if you can have it all is more important than ever. At this program, we are honored to host Anne-Marie Slaughter in a one-on-one interview. We will delve into the challenges that arise when women pursue power in the workplace and have family responsibilities at home or other significant commitments outside the office. Attendees will leave the program armed with individual action steps they can take, as well as steps for their employers, that enable women to aspire and thrive - inside the office and out.
 
DISTINGUISHED GUEST: ANNE-MARIE SLAUGHTER is the Bert G. Kerstetter '66 University Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University. From 2009-2011, she served as Director of Policy Planning for the United States Department of State. Upon leaving the State Department, she received the Secretary's Distinguished Service Award as well as a Meritorious Honor Award and a Joint Civilian Service Commendation Award. Prior to her government service, Dr. Slaughter was the Dean of Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She is a frequent contributor to both mainstream and new media, publishing op-eds around the world and curating foreign policy news for over 40,000 followers on Twitter. Dr. Slaughter is the author of "Why Women Still Can't Have it All", the most read article in The Atlantic's history of online publication. She appears regularly on CNN, the BBC, NPR, and PBS, and lectures widely.
 
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