While women find ways to carve out individual career paths in manufacturing, there's a bigger societal shift that must take place to create momentum for future generations. Specifically, the need to erase the perception of manufacturing as a male-dominated industry.
Registration is now open for the Packaging & Processing Women’s Leadership Network (PPWLN) networking breakfast, where manufacturing executives will weigh-in on the company culture change required to make this a sustainable movement - and how the industry as a whole can assist in building a more diversified workforce (Tuesday, Oct. 16; 7:30-9:00 a.m.; McCormick Place, Chicago; room E-450).
Carol O'Neil, Group President, Packaging
Hugh Roddy, Vice President Global Engineering & Project Management
AJ Jorgenson, AVP, Strategic Engagement
The Manufacturing Institute, the non-profit affiliate of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
Jane Chase, Executive Director
Institute of Packaging Professionals
|7:30 a.m.||Breakfast and Networking|
A Conversation with Industry Executives, including Carol O’Neill, Hugh Roddy and AJ Jorgenson. Moderated by Jane Chase.
|8:30 a.m.||Q&A and Networking|
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For questions, please contact:
Name: Tracy Stout