ATLANTA, Ga., March 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Pathbuilders® is pleased to announce that Helene Lollis will serve as a subject matter expert for the Mid-Career Stage Working Group for The Wall Street Journal’s Executive Task Force on Women in the Economy (www.womeninecon.wsj.com).
This unique, highly interactive working session takes place on April 4-6, 2011 in Palm Beach, Fla. The invitation only event will bring together CEOs, policymakers, and industry experts for an action-oriented discussion about how to fully utilize the talents of women in the economy.
The program consists of dynamic working groups focused on specific industries (finance, technology, science and health care, law, government and media) as well as core career development issues (education, entry level, mid career, workplace culture, entrepreneurship, and glass ceiling). Top Journal editors will moderate each session, and participants will collaborate to develop concrete, actionable solutions.
Lollis will join 150 influential men and women who will participate in the task force, including:
* Sandra Day O’Connor, Supreme Court Justice (retired)
* Robert Zoellick, president of the World Bank
* Amy Gutmann, president of the University of Pennsylvania
* Dr. Julie Gerberding, president of Merck Vaccines.
The Wall Street Journal and WSJ.com will publish a special worldwide report discussing the task force findings and original research after the event.
About Pathbuilders Inc.:
Pathbuilders partners with Fortune-ranked organizations to develop high-performing individuals through mentoring, executive development programs and consulting. Through highly-customized talent management offerings, Pathbuilders accelerates the career growth of individuals and directly contributes to bottom line success of client organizations. Pathbuilders was founded in 1995 with a unique focus on developing the potential of high-performing women and creating gender-diverse organizations.
Today, Pathbuilders leverages the corporate experience of its leadership team to develop impactful developmental experiences for high-potential men and women in forward thinking organizations. Pathbuilders has worked with more than 3,000 professionals from more than 300 client organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, college and universities, and government agencies.