Bellarmine University’s W. Fielding Rubel School of Business
will host a panel discussion titled “Economic Mobility, Self-Efficacy and Enterprise for Women” on Tuesday, May 17, at 5:30 p.m. The event – featuring a panel of distinguished women leaders and moderated by the Rubel School’s
dean, Dr. Natasha Munshi – is part of the school’s Dean's Executive Speaker Series.
The free event takes place in Centro McGowan Hall’s Mason Admissions Theater (CNMH-001, in building 1C on our campus map
), following a pre-event networking session that begins at 4:45 p.m. The panel will also be livestreamed on Zoom
“We’re looking forward to a robust discussion about policies in education and government that can support women in Louisville and the surrounding region in gaining self-efficacy and greater economic mobility,” said Munshi. “This
series is part of the Rubel School’s commitment to informed civic engagement, community impact and social responsibility, and I’m very excited about the distinguished panel we’ve curated for this important discussion.”
The panel will feature:
- Dr. Susan M. Donovan, President of Bellarmine University
- Grace Simrall, Chief Officer of Civic Innovation and Technology, Metro Louisville Government
- Gretchen Hunt, Chief Administrator of the Office for Women, Metro Louisville Government
- Shemika Whiteside, Founder of Zora's Cradle, a maternity program that provides services to expectant mothers
The panel discussion is co-sponsored by Louisville Metro Government's Office for Women and the Rubel School of Business.