Diversity in Leadership: How Do Chicago Firms Measure Up?

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Chicago Network CEO to Lead Panel Discussion at ACG Chicago Luncheon March 10

Moderator Kate Bensen, CEO of The Chicago Network

There’s been a lot of talk about companies diversifying their leadership teams. But who’s actually doing it? And how?

A panel of local executives will reveal the strides leading Chicago organizations are making at the Association for Corporate Growth Chicago’s 2020 Women’s Luncheon. “Creating a Path to Diversity in Leadership” will take place March 10 at The Metropolitan.

The following speakers will share how they are working to develop women leaders and truly move the needle in creating a more diverse workplace culture.

  • Carl Allegretti, Managing Partner, Chicago, Deloitte LLP
  • Maria Kim, President & CEO, Cara
  • Andrea Zopp, President & CEO, World Business Chicago

Moderating the panel will be Kate Bensen, CEO of The Chicago Network, a group of 500 of the city’s most senior women leaders. In 2019, The Chicago Network launched an Equity Pledge, which aims to achieve 50% representation of women in leadership positions throughout Chicago organizations by 2030.

The groundswell and best practices generated by the Equity Pledge will provide the backdrop for a dynamic discussion.

The ACG Chicago Women’s Luncheon is open to women and men and will run from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10 at The Metropolitan (233 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago). Click https://cvent.me/BN8XEN for additional details and to register.

Visit https://www.acg.org/chicago for more information or call 877-224-6389.

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