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Owens Findlay Campus Presents Women's History Month Panel

Posted Mar 8th, 2011 by Brad Meyer  Category: Arts & Entertainment

 

FINDLAY, OH – Area residents interested in gaining insight into how four women who are leaders in the community overcame obstacles and achieved success in pursuit of personal and professional goals are invited to attend a free women’s history month panel discussion at the Owens Community College Findlay-area Campus on Tuesday, March 15.

The panel discussion is being held in conjunction with the College’s ongoing Brown Bag Luncheon series. The presentation will occur from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the College’s Conference Center on the Findlay-area Campus. Owens is located on Bright Road in Findlay. Admission to the event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.

Among the four individuals comprising the panel are Stefanie Griffith, Director of Human Resources, Whirlpool Corporation; Katherine Kreuchauf, President, Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation; Lydia Mihalik, Grant Administrator, Hancock Regional Planning Commission; and Lynn Child, Owner, Aardvark Incorporated. Topics addressed by the panelists will include the challenges facing women in the 21st Century workplace, overcoming obstacles, and recognizing and taking advantage of opportunities. Additionally, the group will share insights from their own experiences, discussing their career paths and how they emerged as leaders in the community.

For additional information about the panel discussion, call (567) 429-3029 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 3029.

Owens Community College is an accredited two-year, state-assisted institution of higher education that has served Northwest Ohio since 1965. With a commitment to providing small classes, personal attention and unmatched affordability, the College serves the diverse academic needs of credit and non-credit students on the Toledo-area and Findlay-area campuses. Owens offers associate degrees that transfer to baccalaureate degrees in the Arts and Sciences and over 130 technical program areas in Agriculture, Business, Health Sciences, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Skilled Trades, and Engineering and Transportation Technologies. Owens students also can earn the first two years of a bachelor’s degree with a smooth transfer to any area four-year college or university. For more information, visit www.owens.edu.

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