In conjunction with Women’s History Month and the Alumni Association’s Diversity Dialogue Series, our panelists provide advice and tangible career insights for alums navigating re-entry into the workforce after a career gap or break due to COVID or other reasons.
Featuring alumnae panelists, Dr. Lynn Wooten addressed her research on the she-cession and Natalie Paul discussed insights and advice from a recruiter perspective and the use of LinkedIn. Last but not least, hear the empowering story of fellow alum Jill Sacher, who got back to work after a 14-year career break. This panel provided advice that is not only practical and backed by research but connect you to a network of alums and their empowering career stories.
This session was a partnership event between the University of Michigan Alumnae Council, The Center for the Education of Women+, and the Alumni Association’s Diversity Dialogue Series.