[Webinar]Women in Leadership Network: Career Development | D2L
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Women in Leadership Network: Career Development in an Evolving World

Duration: 1 hour


In a time where the only constant is change, adopting a growth mindset and investing in professional development have become more important than ever. But what does development look like in a world full of new challenges and limitations, and how can today’s female leaders seize growth opportunities that support their long-term success?

Join us for an engaging panel discussion with a group of experienced education and training leaders as we explore career development in the midst of the pandemic. We will examine:

  • How recent events have altered retention and the career development paths available to women
  • What tools can be used to promote skill building in the current working environment
  • How to identify a sponsor or a mentor who can help foster professional advancement


  • Michelle Fach, MBA, M.Ed, Executive Director, Open Learning and Educational Support, University of Guelph
  • Amy Stevens, VP, academic resources and technology, competency-based education, Southern New Hampshire University
  • Roxanne Hott, elementary school principal of the virtual online school MAVI (MonAvenir virtuel) and MISA (Managing Information for Student Achievement) leader for Csc MonAvenir


  • Karen Hahn, Ph.D, Assistant Vice President for Learning Design, Professor of Education, St. Leo University
  • April Oman, SVP Customer Engagement, D2L

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