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Women's Breakfast: New(ish) Year, New Job: How To Get Hired

Date: 02/28/2019

Time: 8:30am
Where: LMHQ, 150 Broadway, New York NY

Feeling ready to move on from your current job? Join us at LMHQ for a Women’s Breakfast all about getting hired! Learn about the misconceptions of job seeking, how to employ your network, the power of the informational interview, and ultimately, how to creatively find the best job for you, right now.
There’s no direct path for how to get a job, since careers today are not as linear as they once were – the days of spending 20 years at a company are gone. While people change jobs and industries all the time, you want to make sure a job is right for you so that you can stay for a while. That includes making sure the company culture is a good fit, that the company has an eye toward diversity, that salaries and work hours are fair, and that other employees enjoy working there.
If you’re thinking about making a career change, or even if you’re happy in your job now but want to brush up on your job seeking skills when the time comes, join us to hear from a panel of job seeking experts, including Nadia Abouzaid, Senior Director and Head of Professional Recruitment, Jopwell and Mary Pharris, Director of Business Development and Partnerships, Fairygodboss, moderated by Jeannie Kim, Editorial Director, The Muse.
Doors open at 8:30 AM for bagels and coffee and an opportunity for networking, and the program kicks off at 9:00 AM sharp.
This event is sponsored by: Verizon
Nadia Abouzaid is a Senior Director and Head of Professional Recruitment for Jopwell, the leading career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals. She has a passion for connecting people and is dedicated to creating equity within the workplace. Prior to working at Jopwell, Nadia was a Vice President and Head of Banking Analyst Campus Recruiting at Barclays. A native New Yorker, Nadia graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, with a focus on Organizational Behavior and Marketing and received her M.S. in Human Resources Management from New York University.
Jeannie Kim is Editorial Director at The Muse, overseeing career advice and job search content for’s 75 million users. She previously served as Chief Content Officer of Samada, a content portal aimed at helping family caregivers navigate end-of-life issues, and Executive Editor at Health magazine and A graduate of Harvard University, she is also a frequent speaker on writing, editing, and the media industry.
Mary Pharris is director of business development and partnerships at Fairygodboss, where she works to improve the workplace for women every day. Prior to joining Fairygodboss, she spent nearly 10 years working in politics and nonprofits as a fundraiser and managed her own firm for two years. When she is not busy thinking and talking about how to make modern workplaces better for women, she enjoys spending time with her family, exploring New York City and volunteering. She earned her MBA from the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business, and holds degrees in journalism and political science from the University of North Texas.