DEMYSTIFY THE BOARD ROOM
Jocelyn ManganCEO & Founder, Him for Her
Monday, October 25, 202111am PT/ 2pm ET
In this interactive discussion with Conscious Capitalism CEO, Alexander McCobin, and Him For Her CEO, Jocelyn Mangan, attendees will learn about the role of a board director, how to pursue a board seat, and what to expect once appointed. Jocelyn will share her own path to the board room, bust some common misconceptions about board bios and the required titles for board directors, and provide a framework for what it means to show up as a "conscious board member". Whether you're curious about a board position for yourself now or in the future or are looking to shape a healthy and diverse board, this session will leave you with new insights and valuable takeaways.
Jocelyn founded Him For Her, a social impact venture aimed at accelerating diversity on corporate boards. She has over two decades of technology experience building iconic global mobile apps and market-leading software products at some of the world’s best local, consumer, and marketplace companies, including CitySearch, Ticketmaster, OpenTable and Snagajob. Jocelyn currently serves on the boards of Papa John’s International, Inc. (NASDAQ: PZZA), ChowNow, an online food ordering system and marketing platform, and is an advisor to Homebase, a platform to help local businesses manage hourly work. She is a part-time moderator for the Netflix Leadership Program. Jocelyn was honored as a member of the 2016 class of Henry Crown Fellows at the Aspen Institute, was a global ambassador for the Vital Voices Global Partnership, and was one of Fast Company’s “100 Most Creative People in Business” in 2015.
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