Women of Color Professional Network

In order to enjoy the benefits of its richly diverse community, it is essential for UCSF to examine, understand and address the effects of gender and racial/ethnic identity on workplace dynamics. Recognizing this need, CGE provides an opportunity for women of color-regardless of academic or administrative classification-to network annually and develop the professional skills required to excel at the university.



Women of Color Professional Network Annual Luncheon
In honor of Women's History Month

"Overcoming Obstacles"
with Aundrea Lacy: Speaker, Author, CEO and Entrepreneur

Friday, March 13, 2009
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Millberry Union Conference Center - Golden Gate Room
500 Parnassus Ave.
$15.00 (includes lunch)

Aundrea Lacy, a young, smart, business-savvy woman who suffers with dyslexia, wrote her first inspirational book Luv Story: From Homemade Brownies to My Own Internet Baker.  In the best-seller, Lacy, shared real life experiences, including how she kept her company thriving through an economic downturn and her personal life crisis. Lacy published her second book Brownie Points: Seven Steps to Success for Women Entrepreneurs from One Who Made It.

Come hear Aundrea's story and have an enriching discussion on how we as women of color can overcome obstacles that life tends to throw in our way.

A book signing will follow the luncheon!

For more information please contact Mijiza Sanchez at 476-5223 or mijiza.sanchez@ucsf.edu.



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