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Women in Green Power Breakfast



The Challenge with Mentorship



The 4th annual Women in Green Power Breakfast was held on Thursday, November 19 in Washington, D.C. This year we examined the impact gender has on mentorship. Stripping away convention, we took an honest, frank look at the attitudes and insecurities of women and men within the work place. Based on a broad survey that was distributed to our community in advance of the breakfast, we explored current barriers and challenges standing in the way of meaningful mentorships.

We heard from five generations of trailblazers who called upon attendees to demonstrate leadership as individuals and as an industry towards a truly equitable workplace.

MODERATOR
     
INTRODUCTION
 
Rachel Gutter
Senior Vice President,
Knowledge &  
Director, Center for
Green Schools,
U.S. Green Building Council
 Kimberly Lewis
Senior Vice President,
Community
Advancement,
Conference & Events,
U.S. Green Building Council
 


























The 2015 Women in Green Power Breakfast was sponsored by:





 

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