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Welcome To Our Table: Women In The Workplace Panel

Welcome To Our Table

According to a study done by Hive, women generally work up to 10% harder than men while at work.

Because we love hard work at JumpCrew, we’re celebrating women in the workplace at JumpCon.

Our very own email manager, Elizabeth Duffey, will be moderating a panel of badass women. Participating in the “Welcome To Our Table: Women In The Workplace Panel” are Jamie Dunham, Christy Pruitt-Haynes, Lauren Bailey, Jacqueline Hayes, and Dr. Candace Warner.

If you haven’t bought a ticket to JumpCon yet, click here. You don’t want to miss this panel.

Why Women In The Workplace?

With the rise of mentorship groups like Chief,  #GirlsClub,  RedLetterDayGirls To the Moon, People3, and Christy Pruitt-Haynes Consulting we’re bringing attention to better gender representation and race diversification in the workplace while highlighting some incredible women.

Speaking of highlighting, did you know that more women and minorities than ever are getting degrees, negotiating salaries, and staying in the workforce longer?

So, why aren’t more women and minorities in leadership positions?

“About a fifth of women reported that they’re frequently the only woman (or one of the only women) in the groups of people they work with at the office.”

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The Women

This panel of women will tackle how companies can make progress towards inclusion and why it matters. Now, let’s learn more about our speakers…

Jamie Dunham knows a thing or two about being a female leader. She’s held executive titles for the past 20+ years at multiple advertising/marketing companies before being president of American Marketing Association – Nashville. Then Jamie founded Brand Wise, a branding/marketing/research company that hosts RedLetterDay, a conference about marketing to women. Why Women? Because women control 85% of consumer purchases. Bam.

Founder of Crayons & Marketers, Jacqueline Hayes, has an impressive business and marketing career. However, it’s her list of involvements that caught our eye for this panel. Here are a couple of things on her resume:

To say that Jacqueline is an advocate for diversity and women in business is an understatement.

Dr. Candace Warner is our moderator. If the title wasn’t impressive enough, she’s also the founder of People3 Inc. People3 specializes in training and consulting services that improve the people relationships within organizations. They focus on all things related to diversity, inclusion, and cultural competency. Another perfect speaker for JumpCon and advocate for women in the workplace.

Since founding Cristy Pruitt-Haynes consulting, Christy has been busy collecting an impressive list of clients like TEDxNashville, where she sits on the speakers selection committee. Through her 20 years of executive and entrepreneurial experience, she observed that women and diversity were lacking at the table. Christy set out to change that. Now, the Nashville Emerging Leader Award recipient offers innovative speaking, training, and coaching to help individuals and organizations of all sizes maximize their bottom lines by creating cultures of excellence.

Last but definitely not least is the founder of Factor8 and #GirlsClub, Lauren Bailey. She was inspired by her ~20 years of launching and leading inside sales organizations around the world. Lauren noticed that she was often the only female face at the table and has been working to solve that problem ever since. Read more about Lauren Bailey, here.

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