Understanding & Owning Your Power, Presented by Yvette McGee Brown, Oct 22, 7:30-9:00am at Mount Carmel Siegel Center – 6001 E Broad St.

Posted by on October 1, 2015

“Understanding and owning your power” Too many of us place limits on ourselves, consciously or unconsciously. We think “I can’t do that” or “I don’t have the right connections to make this happen.” The reality is we all have the power to create the future we want. It’s hard; it requires focus, networking, discipline and risk. Change and growth can be incremental, all building to the biggest opportunity. The reality is this, talent always rises and there are no shortcuts to success. Success comes to those who are willing to put themselves out there, to dare to be different; to take a risk. Like a duck to water – calm on the surface but pedaling furiously underneath.

Don’t miss this exciting meeting! Click on Events to register and for exhibitor information. Guests welcomed.

About Yvette McGee Brown
A series of firsts defines the career of Yvette McGee Brown. She was the first African-American woman elected to the Franklin County Common Pleas Court. She was the founding president of the Center for Child and Family Advocacy, at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. And, in January 2011, she became the first African-American woman to serve as a Justice on the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Yvette is a partner at the global law firm of Jones Day specializing in business litigation and appellate practice. She serves as the Partner-In-Charge of Diversity, Inclusion, and Advancement for Jones Day firm wide, representing 40 offices around the world.

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