HC Students Attend Women in Leadership Luncheon
The Honors College was a proud sponsor of “Beyond The Broken Glass Ceiling; A Panel Discussion Of What It Took Women To Achieve And Why It Is Important.”
The panel was held at the Commerce Club on Thursday, April 25th and panelists included:
Ailey Penningroth, Senior VP & CMO, Atlanta Hawks,
Erika Shields, Deputy Chief of Police, City of Atlanta
Rabbi Dr. Analia Bortz, Congregation Or Hadash
Sharmeen Hawkins, President and COO, SOAR Hospitality Group.
Moderated by Ruth Woodling, Woodling Law, LLC
Associate Dean Sarah Cook attended alongside three Honors College students (Leah Hendry, Hannah Basta and Janet Fashinasi) and Honors Program Alumni (Angelic Moore, Dr. Marianna Kovitch and Lillian Banks).
Cook shared, “This event exposed our students and three alumnae to issues in women’s professional development in a variety of fields. It also exposed them to one another and new relationships formed.”