Cambridge Alumni Event, World Bank, Washington DC
Men and women in the workplace: collaborating to change corporate culture
Cambridge in America invites you to a special drinks reception and discussion on how men and women can create a more inclusive workplace together. Drawing from ground-breaking new research led by Murray Edwards College, Dame Barbara Stocking will share the five behavioural changes that could make all the difference. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with Dame Barbara Stocking, Eileen MacKrell (New Hall, 1977) and David Humphries (King's, 1995). There will also be a Q&A session.
About the panellists
- Ms Eileen MacKrell serves as the Director of Federal Partnerships in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). In this role she leads a civilian staff charged with ensuring that federal partner agencies – those parts of the Executive Branch which use intelligence but are not Intelligence Community members – are able to leverage the full resources of the Intelligence Community. Ms MacKrell joined ODNI after retiring from the Navy in April 2011 as a Captain. A native of Erie, Pennsylvania, she was educated at the University of Notre Dame and Murray Edwards (New Hall) College in Cambridge University in England, and was commissioned as an Intelligence Officer in the US Navy in 1981.
- David Humphries is Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs at Global Communities, a global development organization focused on community-led development in 27 countries around the world. Prior to this role, David spent five years in higher education communications and led the press office of the National Archives of the United Kingdom, as well as stints as a teacher and freelance journalist. He has an MA in English and an MPhil in Renaissance Literature from King’s College, University of Cambridge. David is a prize-winning playwright, a 2011 Aspen Ideas Scholar, and a 2013 recipient of PR Week’s 40 Under 40 award.
Details and RSVP
- Thursday 8 June 6:00-8:00pm
- International Finance Corporation of The World Bank 2121 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC
- Cost: $20 per person to attend
- All guests are welcome.
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