2021 Howard Chamber Women’s Leadership Conference
HerStory: Leading To New Heights; S.O.A.R. Together
This is the year of the woman! From the inauguration of our first woman vice president to the induction of the first woman to become general manager of a major sports team, to the first female referee of the Super Bowl, women are stepping boldly into leadership positions and commanding their seats at the table like no other time in history. Join us for a day as we lead to new heights and S.O.A.R. together. We promise to Spark your leadership flame, provide ways to capture Opportunities, Accelerate your leadership potential and Rejoice in your wins.
The Women’s Leadership Conference was created by the Howard County Chamber of Commerce as a platform to recognize women in every stage of her profession. Starting with a focus on business development within government contracting, the conference has since grown and expanded to now serve professional women across industries and throughout the region. The purpose of the conference is to offer professional women of all levels the opportunity to grow and successfully advance their careers while networking with other professionals, leaders and mentors in the community. The objective of the conference is to appeal to women within nonprofit, commercial and government sectors, attract others outside of the Howard County corridor and to be acknowledged as the one and only conference of its kind.
Who is Lisa Cregan?
Lisa M. Cregan is a Managing Director for Morgan Stanley and Regional Director of the firm’s Mid-Atlantic Region based in Washington, DC. The region, one of 7 nationwide, stretches from Philadelphia through the Carolinas and Coastal Georgia. Lisa is responsible for over 1,500 financial advisors managing more than $225 billion in assets. Click here to read more.
Who is Carla Harris?
Carla Harris is Vice Chairman of Wealth Management and Senior Client Advisor at Morgan Stanley. She was Chair of the Morgan Stanley Foundation from 2005 to 2014, and sits on the boards of several community organizations. In August 2013, Carla was appointed by President Barack Obama to chair the National Women’s Business Council. She is a gospel recording artist and a popular public speaker who gives impactful career guidance to corporate audiences based on her book, “Expect to Win.” Carla joined Morgan Stanley in 1987 after completing an AB in economics from Harvard University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Click here for more.