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Jan 10, 2019 Breakfast Meeting Featuring Liz Vivian
January 10 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 am
Women, Diversity, and Success. As a woman you have a gift. An advantage. You have the natural instinct to be inclusive and collaborative—leadership qualities that have the power to yield better results in any situation.
But do you know how to leverage these natural strengths of yours?
Do you know how to skillfully embrace and invite diversity for the best results?
Our January breakfast speaker, Liz Vivian, President and CEO of Women’s Funding Alliance, has been at the forefront of the women’s social revolution for 20 years. She has witnessed firsthand the power of female leadership and the strength of diversity and inclusion.
Liz is passionate about and committed to making a difference and helping women create the changes they want to see in the world. Come hear Liz’s unique stories and tips to help you leverage your natural inclination towards equality and inclusion—toward our collective, collaborative success.
Please join us on January 10, 2019 to be inspired; to recognize your own call to action; to connect your passions, your strengths and skills, with the call to diversity.
Liz Vivian brings almost twenty years of community leadership experience in the private, nonprofit and public sectors to her role as President and CEO of Women’s Funding Alliance, which advances leadership and economic opportunity for women and girls in Washington State. Previously Liz served as senior manager of Global Corporate Citizenship for The Boeing Company, executive director of Seattle Youth Involvement Network, national field director for Rock the Vote and transformational leadership consultant to community organizations including NPower Northwest, PONCHO, Aradia Women’s Health Center, Seattle Young People’s Project, and Washington Women’s Foundation. Liz is a graduate of Leadership Tomorrow and in 2003, was honored as one of the region’s “40 Under Forty” by the Puget Sound Business Journal. Liz holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Redlands and a Certificate for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Trinity College London. She was born in New York City and raised in Seattle where she currently lives with her husband and daughter.