Upcoming WTCI event “can’t miss” for female business leaders

 

The World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) and Jhpiego will host the 6th Annual Women Spanning the Globe on May 31 at Baltimore’s Visionary Art Museum from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This leadership forum “for women, by women” was founded to share leadership learning, factors for success and global business experience. It is a day for women in business to network, learn, get energized and position themselves for greater responsibility and success.

This year’s highly-anticipated event continues to bring speakers that address some of the most relevant topics for women in business, including “Keeping it Real – Relationship & Global Marketing,” “Building Business & Nations,” “Globalizing Health Care,” “Empowering Women Globally” and “Women as Visionaries.” With senior executive speakers representing a wide variety of industries, the day is sure to be jam packed with invaluable insights and advice.

This year, the event will feature insightful speeches from Marc Pritchard (Procter & Gamble, Global Marketing & Brand Building Officer), Rebecca Hoffberger (Visionary Art Museum, Founder and CEO American), Jeni Klugman (World Bank, Director Gender & Development), Christine Fahlund (T. Rowe Price, VP Investment Services & Senior Financial Planner), Bahija Jallal (MedImmune/AstraZeneca, Executive Vice President R&D), Rebecca Landa (Kennedy Krieger, Director Center for Autism & Related Disorders) and Kim Weaver (McCormick, Director of Global Diversity & Inclusion).

WTCI invites the region’s business leaders to join fellow fun, fearless females at this inspiring event and celebrate women’s global achievements in business.

About WTCI
Established in Baltimore in 1989 to help connect Maryland to the globe, today the World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) is the region’s largest international business organization. WTCI strives to drive the growth of Maryland’s global business community through global connections, events and extensive international business services. Financed jointly by area businesses and the State of Maryland, WTCI operates as a nonprofit, membership organization.

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