Career Path Enhancement for
AmCham’s Women in Business Committee promotes professional women’s leadership and aims for gender parity in the workplace in Vietnam. We believe that empowering women for economic inclusion spurs social development and sustainable economic growth. AmCham strives to increase the participation of women in the leadership of their organizations and in AmCham by offering programs and networking opportunities targeted at the individual and organizational levels to drive both personal development and systemic change. This committee aims to engage both men and women at senior levels in supporting leadership diversity; to provide a platform for development of executive women; to raise the visibility of senior level executive women within the business community; and to be a source of women speakers/panelists within AmCham Hanoi.
On April 6, our Women in Business Committee is hosting a workshop titled, “Career Path Enhancement for Young Professional Women”. The workshop will include a panel discussion featuring dynamic women who will share their insights in driving organizational change and instilling corporate cultural shifts toward closing the gender gap via “leading by example”. The discussion will also focus on how successful women prioritize their work/life balance to achieve their career and personal goals, the supporting role men should play and how women can better support each other to collectively advance themselves at all levels.
Do Thi Thu Ha, Partner, KPMG
Moon Nguyet Phillips, Director of Public Policy for Southeast Asia, Netflix
Nguyen Viet Ha, Managing Director, BowerGroupAsia
Virginia Foote, President & CEO, Bay Global Strategies
DATE: Thursday, April 6
TIME: 10:00am – 11:30am
PLACE: KPMG office, 46th Floor, Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower 72, Me Tri
Don’t miss this opportunity to join an honest conversation about how to confront corporate blind spots, overcome perceptions, and sustain change. Please register your participation by clicking on the button below or by calling the AmCham office (84) 24 3934 2790.