Part I of II Part Series: Promoting STEM Career Options for Girls
August 15, 2013
Hosted by Pamela Robinson
In Part I Promoting STEM Career Options for Girls, we examine what attracts girls to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs and what is needed to keep girls interested in STEM as a career option. As public and private organizations collaborate to develop the skills needed to fill jobs, let’s ensure that the hands-on projects and the cool stuff girls are learning translates into equal-paying jobs and productive career options. Join our guests, an exemplar of private-public partnership, Techbridge Girls and Chevron in an insight discussion focused on promoting STEM career options for girls.
The Future of Workforce Learning and Development
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The Future of Workforce Learning and Development is about how International Organizations, Government Agencies and communities are addressing the challenges of developing a highly-skilled, productive workforce to support positive economic and social impact.
You will gain real-world strategies, actionable solutions and useful resources on hot topics shaping the future of workforce learning and development.
Pamela Robinson is the CEO of Financial Voyages LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. Financial Voyages LLC provides business management, financial and specialized certification training, consulting and program support services to international organizations and government agencies. The firm partners with clients to develop highly-skilled and productive professionals, managers and senior leaders. Financial Voyages LLC is distinguished by delivering actionable practices for workforce development that support positive economic and social impact in the communities served by their clients.
Pamela’s international perspective was shaped by living and working in Europe, North America and Central America. She holds an MBA in International Business and Finance and is a doctoral candidate, Georgia State University. She holds certificates in Emerging Market Strategies, Georgia State University and Venture Capital Executive Program, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. In 2013, Pamela received the 2013 Enterprising Women of the Year award from Enterprising Women Magazine. This award honors women business owners who have demonstrated that they have fast-growth businesses, mentor or actively support other women and girls involved in entrepreneurship, and stand out as leaders in their communities. In addition to receiving numerous awards in business and leadership she is a member of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta and the International Economic Development Council.