What We Do
Professional development for career-focused women
As part of a dynamic and growing educational institution with multiple professional disciplines including law, medicine, health science, business and engineering, we can effectively serve the needs of women professionals by leveraging the strengths of the institution.
‘Defining You’: Helping professionals define their personal leadership brands, and create career and business opportunities
April 8, 10 a.m.
Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, MNH-105
North Haven Campus
370 Basset Road, North Haven
Our expert guest speaker Kathy McAfee will show you how to strategically position yourself for greater success. Forget about clever elevator pitches. Using three simple and powerful frameworks, you will walk away from this program more motivated and better equipped to articulate who you are and what you do, understand the results you create, identify your signature work and seek more of it, and introduce yourself more clearly and confidently.
The first 75 attendees will receive a copy of Kathy’s latest book, ”Defining You.“
Advance registration is required for all attendees. All events are open to the public and free of charge. We encourage you to invite your friends and colleagues.Register now
Dynamic leaders share career advice
Judy Olian, Quinnipiac's president, and Sara Longobardi, senior executive vice president of retail banking at People’s United Bank, shared inspiring stories and tips from their distinguished careers to inspire more than 300 professionals and students at the inaugural event sponsored by the People’s United Center for Women & Business on November 6.Read the full story
Beat Burnout: Women & Sustainable Success presented by Emilie Aries, Bossed Up’s Founder & CEO
Emilie Aries is a nationally recognized speaker and the Founder and CEO of Bossed Up, an innovative personal and professional training organization that helps women craft sustainable careers.
Emilie is a political organizer turned award-winning women’s leadership consultant. She has helped hundreds navigate career transition and prevent burnout. Her TED talk, “The Power of No,” shows how to set healthy boundaries and invest in sustainable long-term achievement. Learn more about Emilie at emiliearies.com.
Quinnipiac University Center for Women & Business
Kathleen Simione, Senior Adviser
Associate Professor of Accounting
Julia Fullick-Jagiela, Co-Director
Associate Professor and Chair of Management
Kiku Jones, Co-Director
Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems