Calling All Women in Business

April 4, 2012


School of Management Women in Business Affinity

The School of Management and Mary Davis Holt, School of Management donor and Co-Author Break Your Own Rules:  How to Change the Patterns of Thinking that Block Women’s Path, invites women in business to a private networking reception and book signing on Tuesday, April 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mary Davis Holt.  This event is designed to bring together our business school students with our alumnae and other businesswomen for networking discussions and a professional development presentation.

Mary Davis Holt PhotoMary Davis Holt is a partner at Flynn Heath Holt Leadership (FHHL) whose goal is to move women and organizations forward, faster. She is an executive coach and keynote speaker on business, women, and leadership. As an in-demand voice, Mary shares her hard-won insights and promotes FHHL’s new rules for success to a wide range of audiences.

Prior to joining FHH, Mary held executive positions at Time Warner with oversight that ranged from finance to information technology, marketing, human resources, manufacturing, and distribution. She held a number of leadership roles in the publishing group including Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Time Life, Inc. Among her many career highlights, Mary led the management of worldwide manufacturing distribution for all of Time Inc.’s magazines (e.g., Time, Fortune, People, Sports Illustrated). She also served as president of Time Life Books and Time Life Kids.

Mary earned a BA from Salem College and an MBA from New York University’s Graduate Business School. Like her partners, she serves on a number of corporate and non-profit boards. Mary is based in the Washington, D.C., area.

The registration deadline is Friday, April 13.  Admission is free, but guests must register to attend.  A shuttle service is being provided for those in need of transportation to and from the event.

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Matt Bryant works for the School of Management as a Development Associate for the Dean's Office.

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