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Reversing the She-cession: A Moderated Conversation on Empowering Women and Getting Back to Work

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.
By Alumni Career Team

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.

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