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Game-Changing Women, Presented by SAP

Game-Changing Women, Presented by SAP

Tuesday at 9 AM Pacific

March 03rd 2015:For and Against “Leaning In”

The Buzz: In or Not? A debate has been raging since Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's "LEAN IN" hit bookshelves and became a best-seller in 2013. Fans hail her pro-feminism messages and pragmatic advice, while detractors say her views are misguided, mistaken, and can backfire for women aspiring to soar through the ranks. Does "leaning in" help or hurt women at work? SAP SVP, CLO and series executive producer Jenny Dearborn says, “Perhaps the key achievement of Sandberg’s book was to awaken us to this long overdue dialogue.” The experts speak. Geeta Vallabaneni, Luminix: “Definition of char

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Geetha Vallabaneni

Geetha Vallabaneni spent the last 15 years in Silicon Valley working at high-tech companies that are big and small in key areas including product development, sales, business development and customer service. In May 2011, she founded Luminix, Inc, a mobile enterprise software company. Luminix recognizes the vast opportunity mobile presents and aims to deliver an entire stack of enterprise applications that would suit the needs of a mobile user. She and the team built a product that is currently generating revenue. Luminix is now expanding the product line and growing. Customers include ING, Kraft, Heineken, Univar, Hospira, Molnlycke Healthcare, Cardinal Health, Baxter Healthcare, and Paci
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Ginger McCullough

Ginger McCullough is currently vice president, training and change management at Brookshire Grocery Company (BGC), a regional grocery chain with six manufacturing plants and more than 150 stores across Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. She is responsible for the establishment of the change department and the training department, which came after a major SAP implementation where there was an immediate need for a dedicated team in each of these areas. Ginger is a veteran of the retail grocery industry and has worked in various facets of human resources and store operations for more than 25 years. She was recently named one of the top female senior executives in the grocery industry. Ginger is
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Kellie Drenner

Kellie Drenner manages strategic partnerships for SAP and leads local government relations efforts in the Silicon Valley. She is passionate about women in business and providing opportunities for women leaders to learn and participate in community events. Currently, Kellie leads SAP’s Business Women’s Network in Palo Alto. The vision of the network is to share professional insights, best practices, education, experience, and to help women at SAP develop their skills and career advancing opportunities. Prior to joining SAP, Kellie worked for the Silicon Valley Leadership Group a public policy trade association.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2442/game-changing-women-presented-by-sap Game-Changing Women, Presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2442/game-changing-women-presented-by-sap The Buzz: In or Not? A debate has been raging since Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's "LEAN IN" hit bookshelves and became a best-seller in 2013. Fans hail her pro-feminism messages and pragmatic advice, while detractors say her views are misguided, mistaken, and can backfire for women aspiring to soar through the ranks. Does "leaning in" help or hurt women at work? SAP SVP, CLO and series executive producer Jenny Dearborn says, “Perhaps the key achievement of Sandberg’s book was to awaken us to this long overdue dialogue.” The experts speak. Geeta Vallabaneni, Luminix: “Definition of character is how a person behaves when no one is watching them” (13-year-old nephew). Ginger McCullough, Brookshire Grocery Company: “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be” (Ralph Waldo Emerson). Kellie Drenner, SAP: “Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value” (Albert Einstein). Join us for a lively debate on For and Against “Leaning In”. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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