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Work in the Time of COVID-19: The Changing Future of Career Progression

  • 14 Oct 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar

Work in the Time of COVID-19: The Changing Future of Career Progression
Wednesday, October 14th, 2020 @ 12:00 p.m. ET (Webinar)

Registration for this event is now closed. If you would like to attend, please email info@bostonwomeninfinance.org

While most of us may not be on the front lines of the pandemic, the impact of COVID-19 on our daily working lives has still been extraordinary. We've retrained ourselves how to lead, how to continue to push forward, and how to communicate, all from our laptops and computer screens. 

The aftershock of this impact is now starting to surface. Some of us are being asked to perform wholly in a function that's outside of our professional expertise, as the company needs the support. Some of us are being reassigned to different departments entirely, with no promise to return to our previous roles. And of course, some of us have been laid off, have had promotions or career advancements put on hold, and more. 

All of this leads us to question the future of our careers in the time of COVID-19. How can we continue to proactively plan for steady career growth in unforeseen and turbulent times? 

Join Boston Women in Finance on Wednesday, October 14th, for 'Work in the Time of COVID-19: The Changing Future of Career Progression."  Our panel of experts ~ Sadia Ayaz, Vice President of Talent Management, United Site Services, Kayla Moncayo, Employee Relations Advocate & moderator Meghan Beaupre, Principal, Private Equity M&A, Mercerwill lead this lively discussion.   

Registration for this program is open to both BWF members and non-members. Simply click the 'Register' button on the left, and complete the form as requested. Webinar log-in information will be delivered to you within 24 hours of registration. 

If you have questions, or would like more information about this program, please contact Boston Women in Finance at info@bostonwomeninfinance.org

Sadia Ayaz, Vice President of Talent Management, United Site Services

Sadia is business savvy, result-driven Talent Management & HR Technology professional with a track record of building revenue-generating organizations by effectively aligning human resource initiatives with critical business strategies. She has 20 years of Global HR & HR Technology experience and is recognized for blending business acumen with distinctive understanding of people and HR systems.  She is currently the Vice President of Talent Management at United Site Services and has worked with companies including Waste Management, Amazon, Logitech and ConocoPhillips in the past.

Kayla Moncayo, Employee Relations Advocate

Kayla Moncayo is an Austin, TX based HR professional with a specialty in Employee Relations. Kayla has worked in the government, non-profit, and private sectors around the globe and believes in a human centered, vulnerability-based HR practice. Kayla’s expertise is in crisis management, investigations, data analysis, and stakeholder relations. When Kayla isn’t practicing HR she’s enjoying her family and her dog Ezra, advocating for the Black Lives Matter Movement and the LGBTQ+ community, riding horses, and drinking lots of wine.

Meghan Beaupre, Principal, Private Equity M&A, Mercer

Meghan is a dynamic, vision-driven people leader with an extensive background in Total Rewards and HR Operations. Formerly an HR executive at Unidine and United Site Services, Meghan has worked in highly transformative and acquisitive environments where she managed teams and organizations through significant change.  In her current role, she works with Private Equity firms on human capital strategy for platform and add-on deals to ensure there is a roadmap for the integration and professionalization of the HR function.  Meghan is a highly collaborative and inclusive facilitator with a focus on elevating people and creating high-performing teams, and a firm believer in emotional intelligence and leading with empathy and authenticity. 

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