Many successful and accomplished women find it difficult to negotiate for themselves. To address this problem, the Epstein Becker Green Women's Initiative sponsored an evening networking event that featured Guest Speaker Victoria Medvec, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Center for Executive Women, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.

During the interactive program, Professor Medvec explored the reasons why women don't ask and the consequences of not negotiating. She offered tips and strategies to women for getting ahead - and for getting what they want.

L to R: Marla Persky, Boehringer Ingelheim; Margaret Madden, Pfizer, Inc.

Victoria H. Medvec, Speaker

L to R: Michelle Capezza, EBG; Sandra Galvan, Sandra Galvan and Associates LLC; Anne Byron, Dolce & Gabbana USA, Inc.

L to R: Frances M. Green, EBG; Victoria H. Medvec, Speaker; Joan Disler, EBG; Maxine Neuhauser, EBG

Ellen Grasso, Forbes Life Executive Woman

Marcy Feller, MultiPlan, Inc.

L to R: Joan Disler, EBG; Leona Barsky, Employment Compliance Services

Victoria H. Medvec, Speaker

L to R: Shari Clayman-Kerr, Parker Meridien; Jennifer Whitney, EBG

L to R: Helen Appleby, GlaxoSmithKline; Victoria H. Medvec, Speaker

L to R: Diana Veloza, Covenant House; Anne Marie DiLoreto, Sebco Development

L to R: Marla Persky, Boehringer Ingelheim; Victoria H. Medvec, Speaker; Frances M. Green, EBG

L to R: Judith Weinstein, Phibro Animal Health Corporation; Maxine Neuhauser, EBG

L to R: Lauri Rasnick, EBG; Elisabeth M. Kovac, Esq.; Jolie Calella, UBS Financial Services Inc.

L to R: Jane Momo, New York City Law Dept, General Litigation Division; Donna Lewis, GlaxoSmithKline

L to R: Amy Traub, EBG; Jennifer Whitney, EBG; Lauren Malanga, EBG

L to R: Andrea Stuart, BNY Mellon; Susan Sedwin, Intrepid Sea Air & Space Museum

Jan Linsky, Sumitomo Corporation

Sarah Eames, Russell Reynolds

Diana Veloza, Covenant House

Victoria H. Medvec, Speaker ©2008 All Rights Reserved

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