Session: Lift as you Rise: Mentorship and the Next Generation of Women Leaders
Credited with reducing employee turnover and developing management skills, mentor programs promote informal learning and on-the-job training. Moreover, an American Society for Training and Development study found that 75 percent of executives credit their mentors with helping them to reach their current positions.
For women, mentorship can be vital to maximizing potential. When women invest in the right mentor relationship, they gain access to a wealth of knowledge, experience, and guidance. Join Jennifer Ravalli, a seasoned mentor and marketing executive, for an insightful conversation focused on lifting the next generation of women leaders. Wherever women are in their journey, Ravalli will make the case for mentorship and share a blueprint to help attendees grow in their careers and bring up those behind them.
- Gain insight into how mentorship lifts the next generation of women leaders.
- Learn the actions you can take to build and maintain a mutually beneficial mentor relationship.
- Take away a blueprint for an effective mentorship relationship to enable you access to a wealth of knowledge, experience, and guidance.
Jennifer Ravalli joined PandoLogic as vice president, Marketing in 2020. An experienced marketing and client service executive, she most recently ran planning and product marketing for iCIMS. Before that, Ravalli held several key leadership positions at ADP, where she was vice president, Product Marketing for National Account Services, promoted from her preceding position as senior director, Product Marketing, Employee Benefits & ACA Compliance. Earlier, Ravalli was a senior director, Client Service, and Operations at ADP, helping to grow the business from $4MM to $20MM in revenue over three years. Passionate about issues impacting women in leadership, Ravalli is a member of Chief, an organization focused on connecting and supporting women leaders. She holds a B.S. degree in Mass Media Communications and Marketing from New York University.