EUGENE — Lane Community College celebrates Women’s History Month with a panel discussion, “Resilient Leadership: Women at Work,” featuring local women leaders at 12 p.m. noon on Wednesday, March 10.
The virtual event is free and open to the public. Register via Zoom or view the livestream on the LCC Facebook page.
President Margaret Hamilton created this annual forum three years ago to engage local women in conversation about leadership, and to provide opportunity for students and guests to learn from the shared experiences of women leaders in our communities.
"It is such an honor to have these established leaders in our community,” Hamilton said. “I look forward to hearing about their experiences as they tell us their stories."
The discussion will be moderated by LCC Chief of Staff Deborah Butler. Guests will have an opportunity to pose questions to panelists following the panel discussion.
- Val Hoyle, Oregon Labor Commissioner
- DeLeesa Meashintubby, Executive Director, Volunteers in Medicine
- Maressa Surrett, Director of Technology and Digital Solutions, International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) and an LCC alum
- Mo Young, Lane County Equity and Access Coordinator
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Lane Community College educates over 25,000 students annually at six locations across Lane County and online. Students and alumni from all 50 states and 79 countries create more than an $850 million dollar impact on the local economy, helping to support more than 13,000 local jobs. Lane provides affordable, quality, professional technical and college transfer programs; business development and employee training; academic, language and life skills development; and lifelong personal development and enrichment courses.