Jane McKean of Boulder Career Services to Present at WILD Summit IV Leadership Conference on April 1
McKean to share experiences, thoughts, ideas as a Salary Negotiation panelist at Colorado Women’s Premier Leadership and Networking event
BOULDER, Colo., March 11, 2016 – The Women’s Council, part of CU’s Leeds School of Business, today announced Jane McKean, owner, Boulder Career Services will participate as a Salary Negotiation panelist at the upcoming WILD Summit IV Leadership event at the Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in Westminster (http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/denmw-denver-marriott-westminster/) on April 1, 2016.
“Our organization is thrilled to be part of this amazing event. It is an honor to speak alongside some of the Front Range’s top women leaders,” said Jane McKean, who is presenting on Salary Negotiation tips. “I look forward to taking part in the dialogue between our business leaders and students to foster meaningful discussions about personal growth and opportunity.”
The WILD Summit IV is a women’s leadership event that brings together students and inspiring leaders at all stages of their professional careers to share their experiences, knowledge and passions with each other. During the one-day event, more than 500 Front Range leaders – from highly successful and nationally recognized professionals through students – will delve into the trends that are driving tomorrow’s business opportunities and discover how women are influencing change.
Helping individuals transition to a new career through career coaching is Jane’s passion. Jane obtained her Master’s in Counseling in 2010 from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. Her passion to make a positive impact led her to be a school counselor at St Thomas More Cathedral School in Arlington, VA. In 2013, Jane and her family moved back to Boulder, CO, where she is fulfilling her dream of living in the mountains and concentrating on what she loves best helping people identify their strengths and virtues and to align these with their world of work.
“We have an incredible line-up of women leaders for this year’s WILD Summit, including Jane McKean of Boulder Career Services, that we expect will have a phenomenal impact on our young leaders of tomorrow for months to come,” said Julie Imig, event chair for the WILD Summit IV. “Our goal is to ignite conversations and share real-world examples of how students and women across all industries, ages and experiences can learn and grow from one another. WILD Summit IV promises to do that and more!”
The WILD Summit IIV will take place April 1, 2016 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Marriott Hotel and Convention Center (http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/denmw-denver-marriott-westminster/). Registration is limited to 500 participants. To register, For more information on the Women’s Council and the WILD Summit, please visit (http://leedswomenscouncil.org/cu-leeds-school-of-business.html).
About Boulder Career Services
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There are four overlapping areas in which we focus on and help you navigate through. ASSESS, EXPLORE, PLAN, and ACT. At your free consultation we will determine where you are in the process, what your desired outcome is and how you will get there.
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About the WILD Summit:
The WILD Summit is an annual event of The Women’s Council, in partnership with The Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder. The mission of The WILD Summit is to provide a professional forum for women who want to learn and share; inspire and be inspired. Its objective is increase the visibility and accessibility of successful WILD women in the community to students and each other. It offers a venue for the presentation and sharing of relevant topics that are provocative and engaging to WILD women across university majors, industries and functional roles. It engages a broad audience of WILD women who fit in every place along the continuum of age and experience – bringing together those who are seeking knowledge and those with a desire to share and give back. For more information on the WILD Summit, please visit (http://leedswomenscouncil.org/wild-2016.html).
About the Women’s Council:
The Women’s Council is a membership group of professional women who serve the efforts of the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado (CU).
The purpose of the Women’s Council is to support the mission of CU’s Leeds School of Business by providing access and connection for students to successful women business leaders who will provide their support and expertise and nourish both students and other women in our community to live up to their potential as entrepreneurs and leaders in business. For more information on CU’s Women’s Council, please visit (http://leedswomenscouncil.org/cu-leeds-school-of-business.html).
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