Years of Women at Penn Panels:
Healthcare, Philanthropy, Business, Media and Politics
today, Penn faculty, staff and students wishing to attend these
November 2 sessions, which are part of the celebration of 125
Years of Women at Penn, may pick up free tickets at Alumni Relations,
3533 Locust Walk. A PENNCard must be presented to obtain tickets.
a.m., Irvine Auditorium
Our Bodies, Ourselves: What You Know May Make the
Difference, moderated by Claire M. Fagin, Ph.D., RN, HOM'77,
HON'94, Consultant in Health Care and Organizational Leadership,
Professor Emerita and Former Dean, School of Nursing, 1977-92 and
Penn's Interim President, 1993-94.
Ruth Katz, JD, MPH, CW'73, L'77, Associate Dean for Administration,
Yale University School of Medicine; Sheila Moriber Katz, MD, MBA,
WG'90, President and CEO, NewMedicine, LLC, a company dedicated
to the transformation of medicine through scientific innovation;
Former Dean, Hahnemann University School of Medicine; Former Executive
Director, White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative
Medicine; Mary Naylor, Ph.D., FAAN, RN, GNU'73, GR'82, HOM'91, Ralston
House, Professor of Gerontologic Nursing, Penn School of Nursing;
Marie Savard, MD, NU'72, M'76, Physician, Author, and Speaker; Susan
Taylor, MD, C'79, Director of The Skin of Color Center at St. Luke's
Roosevelt Hospital Center and Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology
at Columbia University; Barbara L. Weber, MD, Professor of Medicine
and Genetics, Director of the Breast Cancer Program, and Director
of the Cancer Genomics Program at the Abramson Family Cancer Research
Institute-Penn Cancer Center.
a.m., Zellerbach Theatre
Leadership in Philanthropy:
Cents and Sensibility: Women Making a Difference,
moderated by Carol Einiger, CW'70, Chief Investment Officer, The
Anne d'Harnoncourt, HON'88, The George D. Widener Director and CEO
of the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Laurene Powell Jobs, C'85, W'85,
Founder and President of College Track, a non-profit college preparatory
program; Evelyn Lauder, Founder and Chair, Breast Cancer Research
Foundation; Senior Corporate Vice President, The Estee Lauder Companies
Inc.; Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli, W'95, Executive Director of the FATE
Foundation, which assists Nigerian youth in establishing businesses,
and Co-Founder of the Business Women's Network for Nigerian women,
which helps Nigerian women to achieve their highest potential in
business; Judy Vredenburgh, CW'70, President and CEO of Big Brothers
Big Sisters of America.
p.m., Irvine Auditorium
The Waves: Making Them or Getting Swamped--Are Women Making
a Difference? moderated by Willow Bay, C'85, Anchor, CNN.
Beverly Chell, CW'64, Vice Chairman and General Counsel, Primedia,
Inc.; Mandee Heller, C'94, W'94, Vice Chairman, Executive Vice President
and Co-Chief Operating Officer,Women's Financial Network at Siebert;
Aerin R. Lauder, C'92, Vice President of Global Advertising, The
Estee Lauder Companies Inc;. Sumaya Grisales Masis, CGS71,
President and Chief Operating Officer, GE Trading; Rebecca C. Matthias,
CW'75, President and Founder, Mothers Work, Inc.
p.m., Zellerbach Theatre
The Second Sex: What a Difference the Difference Makes,
moderated by Kathleen Hall Jamieson, HOM'89, Walter H. Annenberg
Dean of The Annenberg School for Communication at Penn.
Jean Chatzky, C'86, Editor at Large, Money magazine and Financial
Editor, NBC Today; Marcia Greenberger, CW'67, L'70, Co-President
of the National Women's Law Center; Mindy Herman, W'82, President
and CEO, E! Entertainment Television Networks; Mary Ellen Mark,
FA'62, ASC'64, HON'94, Photographer; The Honorable Susan Ness, WG'83,
Former Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission.
Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 10, October 30, 2001
October 30, 2001
Volume 48 Number 10