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Women and Leadership Panel—’Leading Up and Leading Out’


Took place on April 29, 2014 from 8:00 am
St. Joseph’s Academy, 2307 S. Lindbergh Blvd.


As part of an ongoing series presented by Maryville University, a panel of four successful St. Louis women will discuss “Leading Up and Leading Out” during the next Maryville Talks Women and Leadership presentation on Tuesday, April 29, at St. Joseph’s Academy, 2307 S. Lindbergh Blvd.

A continental breakfast will be served from 7:30 to 8 a.m., followed by the discussion. Hosted by St. Joseph’s Academy, the presentation is sponsored by Maryville University, Sandberg, Phoenix and vonGontard, PC; Elsevier; Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce; and ROI/ Mercy Health.

The program is free, but advance registration is required. To register, visit www.maryville.edu/womenandleadership

“Our presenters will share their thoughts and insights on leading better and leading differently into the future,” Schultz said.

“Leading Up and Leading Out” is the fourth presentation in the Maryville Talks Women and Leadership series, which began last year in response to thegrowing demand for networking and development opportunities among professional women.

The panel includes:

• Anita Reznicek, first lay president of St. Joseph’s Academy and co-author of Educating Our Daughters: 15 Considerations in Selecting the Best School Environment.

• Kristin Folkl-Kaburakis, St. Joseph’s Academy alumna and former volleyball Olympian and professional basketball player. She is  a former director of development for the St. Louis Sports Commission.

• Kevonne Holloway, MBA student at Maryville University and director of content operations and planning for Elsevier, a major publisher of medical materials.

• Kate Hannick, junior at St. Joseph’s Academy. Hannick was among 250 students selected to attend the Washington Summit on the Environment last summer in Washington, D.C., and a participant in the YMCA Missouri Youth inGovernment program.


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