Leadership Luncheon II
HCC's Women's Leadership Luncheon Series returns for spring 2021
Business coach and strategist Lynn Turner of Clear Alliance Inc., and Moe Belliveau, executive director of the Easthampton Chamber of Commerce, will give a presentation titled "Maintaining Power and Grace While Glass Ceilings Are Being Shattered," as the Holyoke Community College Spring Women's Leadership Luncheon Series continues on Wed., Feb. 24.
The 2021 Women's Leadership Luncheon Series takes place over Zoom on the last Wednesdays of January, February, March, April and May from noon to 1:15 p.m.
Each month, participants join a group of women leaders to discuss current issues and ideas to help their leadership development. They will also have the opportunity to form a supportive network of women leaders to help navigate their careers.
Each lunch-time event features two presenters leading discussions on different topics:
Feb. 24: "Maintaining Power and Grace with Glass Ceilings Being Shattered" – Lynn Turner, coach and business strategist, Clear Vision Alliance, Inc.; Moe Belliveau, executive director, Easthampton Chamber of Commerce.
March 24: "Women's Leadership from a Male Perspective" - Jeff Hayden, HCC vice president, Business and Community Services; Jason Pacheco, manager of Workforce Planning, Baystate Health
April 28: "Courageous Actions" - Dr. Sarah Perez McAdoo, MD, population health capstone director, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Jessica Collins, executive director, Public Health Institute of Western Mass.
May 26: "Leading Through Change" - Margaret Tantillo, executive director, Dress for Success Western Massachusetts; Jess Roncarati-Howe, program director, Dress for Success Western Massachusetts.
The first session on Jan. 27 focused on "Compassion Fatigue" with presenters Luz Lopez, executive director of MetroCare of Springfield, and Annamarie Golden, director of Community Relations for Baystate Health.
Sessions are $20 each or $50 for the full series. Space is limited.
Advance registration is required. To register, please go to: hcc.edu/leadership-luncheons
PHOTO: Lynn Turner, coach and business strategist, Clear Vision Alliance, Inc., right, and Moe Belliveau, executive director, Easthampton Chamber of Commerce, are the featured presenters for the Feb. 24 Women's Leadership Luncheon.