Wednesday, July 19, 12:00-1:00 p.m. ET
Free for WMG members, $15 for non-members
What goes on behind the scenes at Women's Media Group? How does the organization run? Who makes things happen? How can you get more involved? Join WMG co-Presidents Jodi Brockington and Jennifer A. Perry for a lunchtime chat all about Women's Media Group. Come learn about Jodi and Jennifer's journeys to WMG, how Board priorities are determined, and what volunteer opportunities exist on committees. Your voice is important, so this is also your chance to suggest an idea, offer advice, and ask any questions you have. All topics welcome!
This is a ✏️WMG Lunch & Learn✏️ event! WMG Lunch & Learns are part of a series of midday events designed to help you learn, grow, and connect in only 60 minutes.
Jodi Brockington embodies the term “multi-hyphenate.” Many of her colleagues know her to be a Master Networker, Super Connector, and “Diversity Disruptor”, creating seamless and authentic interactions within the workplace, marketplace, and community. As the founder of Niara Consulting, Jodi has developed a solid global network leading strategic and major accounts defining strategies creating innovative solutions for non-profit organizations and Fortune 500 companies. She truly enjoys connecting people as her professional expertise lies within the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)space. In her spare time, Jodi is an author, speaker, traveler and fitness enthusiast.
Jennifer A. Perry has spent her career creating educational resources and experiences for all ages as a publisher, editor, licensor, museum educator, and teacher. She is currently Director of Audiobooks at Barnes & Noble. Prior to B&N, Jennifer was Vice President & Publisher at Sesame Workshop (home of "Sesame Street") and Editorial Director at Scholastic. Jennifer is also Founder and Executive Director of PEP Consulting, which focuses on helping nonprofit organizations develop and distribute high-quality content for kids and families. Jennifer's personal interests include working with literacy organizations to expand opportunities for all children, learning and informing others about the history of New York City, and singing in a NYC chorus that focuses on the music of Broadway.