MBA Women International Leadership Conference Adds HP as a Sponsor

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BA Women International (MBAWI) announced today that it has signed HP as a sponsor for the MBA Women International 2012 Leadership Conference. HP will sponsor the Cyber Café and the name tags for all attendees at the MBAWI Leadership Conference and Career Fair in October.

"HP is very much aligned with MBAWI’s commitment to advancing women and enriching workforce diversity globally,” says Meisha Sherman, Talent & Succession Planning, HP.

MBA Women International ( MBAWI) announced today that it has signed HP as a sponsor for the MBA Women International 2012 Leadership Conference. HP will sponsor the Cyber Café and the name tags for all attendees at the MBAWI Leadership Conference and Career Fair in October.

“We are extremely pleased to have HP as one of our main sponsors of the conference,” says Gail Romero CEO MBA Women International. “We appreciate the great work that HP is doing to better position women into leadership roles, the leadership pipeline, the C-suite and onto Boards of Directors.”

MBAWI will host their annual Leadership Conference and Career Fair October 18-20 in Phoenix, Arizona.

“HP is very much aligned with MBAWI’s commitment to advancing women and enriching workforce diversity globally,” says Meisha Sherman, Talent & Succession Planning, HP. “HP’s sponsorship of the 2012 Leadership Conference expands our culture of inclusion not only in the workplace but also in the marketplaces and communities we serve”.

Sherman joined HP in August 2011and leads the accelerated development strategies, efforts, and initiatives for leaders and executives for Global Talent Management and Succession for HP. With over 15 years of Human Resources experience, she leads talent management strategies and processes, top talent pools, learning and development efforts, employee engagement initiatives, succession planning, talent review and scorecard metric design and reporting.

Meisha Sherman is involved with MBAWI in two ways. She is on the National Board of Directors for MBAWI and will participate in the panel: Pursue a Career in Human Resources.

Another HP executive Caroline Barlerin, director, Global Employee Community Engagement Hewlett-Packard will participate in the panel Corporate Citizenship: It Begins with You.

MBAWI expects 1,000 of the nation’s top female graduates and professionals with multinational and national corporations and significant MBA universities to discuss how to realize the dream of a better, stronger and more diverse future to gather at the Conference in October. Through the use of leadership training combined with appropriate education, culture and policy as well as soft skills, MBAWI members bring leadership to a whole new level.

ABOUT MBA Women International

MBA Women International is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of business women as corporate leaders, executives and entrepreneurs- enriching workforce diversity around the world.

It serves four related client groups: female MBA students, female business professionals and entrepreneurs, universities and corporate partners.

Visit http://www.mbawomen.org. To find out more about joining a MBA Women International student chapter or a professional chapter contact: membership (at) mbawomen (dot) org.

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