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Women’s Perspectives webinar assesses changes for women in the workplace

Sloane Brown, top right, hosted and moderated the Women’s Perspectives: The New World For Women in the Workplace webinar on April 7, 2022, with three panelists, clockwise from bottom right: Maria Harris Tildon, Alexandra “Lexy” Kessler, CPA, CGMA, and Amy Elias.

Sloane Brown, top right, hosted and moderated the Women’s Perspectives: The New World For Women in the Workplace webinar on April 7, 2022, with three panelists, clockwise from bottom right: Maria Harris Tildon, Alexandra “Lexy” Kessler, CPA, CGMA, and Amy Elias.

On Thursday, April 7, The Daily Record hosted a live webinar, titled “Women’s Perspectives: The New World For Women in the Workplace,” focused on the ways that the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped the workplace for women employees and leaders.

A recording of the webinar is now available to watch in full, for free, here.

The wide-ranging discussion focused on the new set of dynamics for women in the workplace, what values are paramount and whether they should realign their career goals.

Sloane Brown hosted and moderated the discussion with three panelists: Amy Elias, Alexandra “Lexy” Kessler, CPA, CGMA, and Maria Harris Tildon. The panelists answered some questions from viewers.

Elias, founder and CEO of PROFILES, has built a firm dedicated to advancing clients’ messages and achieving their goals through the development and implementation of comprehensive communications programs.

In her role as the partner-in-charge of Aronson’s government contract services group, Kessler connects her clients with the solutions, resources, and contacts that they need to succeed in an ever-changing government landscape.

Tildon is a highly respected public policy and government affairs expert who was recently appointed as the new vice president for state and local affairs for Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Read more about the panelists here.

The webinar is the latest in The Daily Record’s Women’s Perspectives programming. The initiative was launched on March 8, International Women’s Day.