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As early nonprofit scholars, maintaining work-life balance is one of the hardest challenges that we face. From balancing the demands of family, professional obligations, and still being able to find time for personal leisure, we all struggle with having the energy to do it all. This webinar will address best practices for achieving work-life balance as an early nonprofit scholar. It is geared toward early scholars in both the non-academic and academic sectors.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/5/2016
When: October 5, 2016
1pm - 2pm EDT
Where: GoToWebinar
United States
Presenter: Aliza Sherman, Dr. Jennifer Wade-Berg
Contact: Fatima Hussain
3176842120


Online registration is available until: 10/5/2016
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As early nonprofit scholars, maintaining work-life balance is one of the hardest challenges that we face. From balancing the demands of family and professional obligations, and still being able to find time for personal leisure, we all struggle with having the energy to do it all. This webinar will address best practices for achieving work-life balance as an early nonprofit scholar. It is geared toward early scholars in both the non-academic and academic sectors. The webinar is free for ARNOVA members and is $50 for non-members.

The webinar will feature Aliza Sherman and Dr. Jennifer Wade-Berg.

Organized by the Early Scholars Section

 

  Aliza Sherman, also known as Aliza Pilar Sherman, Aliza Sherman Risdahl, and Cybergrrl is a new media entrepreneur, author, blogger, women's issues activist, and international speaker. She is known for her expertise in online marketing and networking. Her primary focus includes addressing women's issues on the Internet, while empowering women to expand their role and involvement in progressive technology and the new media industry. In 1995, Sherman was named by Newsweek magazine as one of the "Top 50 People Who Matter Most on the Internet". She was one of only three women on the list. In 2009, she was named by Fast Company magazine as one of the "Most Influential Women in Technology", in the Blogger category.
Dr. Jennifer A. Wade-Berg is an Associate Professor of Human Services and the Campus Executive Director of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Certificate Program at Kennesaw State University in the Wellstar College of Health and Human Services’ Department of Social Work and Human Services. Her teaching emphasis is nonprofit management, diversity and cultural competence, and social entrepreneurship. Her research interests include cultural competence, sports philanthropy, student retention and curriculum mapping. In addition to her faculty responsibilities, Dr. Wade-Berg is the PI and Program Administrator for two grant funded initiatives: (1) Kennesaw State University’s Recruitment, Retention, and Progression to Graduation Program for Hispanic and Latino Students and (2) the Department of Education’s First in the World Grant for Kennesaw State University’s Transfer Advocacy Gateway Program.

 


Host/Moderator: Christina E. Mitchell, Doctoral Candidate, School of Leadership and Education Sciences, University of San Diego 

 

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