A New Era of Equality: Redefining Leadership through a Lens of Allyship

Topics: Diversity, On-Demand Webinars, Women's Leadership Events

The Thomson Reuters Institute’s Transforming Women’s Leadership initiative and the University of Pennsylvania’s Carey Law School proudly present a three-part webinar series on advancing equity in leadership. Leveraging nuanced insight and brand new research around allyship and inclusivity, this series offers meaningful solutions toward advancing career and leadership opportunities for underrepresented individuals in the workplace.

Act I: Keynote Discussion
This keynote conversation welcomes prominent voices in legal education to discuss the rise of research around allyship and the role of allies in helping redefine the future of leadership in the legal industry.

Moderator:
Rangita de Silva de AlwisAssociate Dean for International Programs, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Panelists:
Deborah L. RhodeErnest W. McFarland Professor of Law; Director, Center on the Legal Profession, Stanford University
Theodore RugerDean, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School
Sanjay SarmaVice President of Open Learning; Fred Fort Flowers and Daniel Fort Flowers Professor of Mechanical Engineering, MIT
David B. WilkinsLester Kissel Professor of Law, Director, Center on the Legal Profession, Vice Dean for Global Initiatives on the Legal Profession

Act II: The Promise of Tomorrow: Revealting Results Around New Attitudes of Allyship
Through a “first of its kind,” groundbreaking research collaboration between Thomson Reuters and University of Pennsylvania’s Carey Law School, members of the research group will present their findings from a study conducted on the perceptions of men from Generation Z around gender equality and allyship. The presenters will also share stories from the portrait narratives being produced on survey respondents. As an added bonus, this session will also feature reactions from distinguished business leaders and offer important insights on the evolution of workplace inclusion and the next generation’s impact on the future of work.

Moderator:
Rangita de Silva de AlwisAssociate Dean for International Programs, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

Panelists:
Student Research Team: Michael Macado, Zahra Keshwani, Justin Pendleton, Christian Zabilowicz
The Honorable Peter M. Reyes Jr.Judge, Court of Appeals, Minnesota Judicial Branch
Yasmin SheikhFounder, Diverse Matters

On-Demand Recording Now Available  |   $24.99 USD 

Access Now

On-demand access expires 365 days from date of purchase.