Webinar will focus on challenges Arizona women face during the COVID-19 crisis
University of Phoenix will sponsor the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Buenos Dias Networking Webinar Thursday, April 29 2021, at 10 a.m. MST discussing COVID-19’s impact on Arizona women.
The COVID-19 pandemic has deepened inequalities to women’s safety, health and economic empowerment, which could set back women for decades. University of Phoenix and Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to bring awareness on how COVID-19 has put the advancement of women within the workplace at risk in Arizona.
This webinar is focused on the findings of the Status of Women in Arizona 2020 research report published by the Arizona Foundation for Women. The data will be supplemented by a panel of local experts discussing the day-to-day impact and personal experiences of women in our community. These experts will share work underway from the front lines to support women and help their families rise above the impacts of the pandemic.
Angela Salazar, lead, La Fuerza-Hispanic Employee Resource Group, University of Phoenix, will serve as moderator for the panel.
- Maureen Bussoletti, board chair, Arizona Foundation for Women
- Monica Villalobos, president and chief executive officer, Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- Nicole Deal, institutional review board and dissertation coordinator, University of Phoenix
- Kaaren-Lyn Graves, project director, NABEDC
- Troi Waln, owner, Zaniya Pro Clean LLC
- Dr. Janice Cardwell, chief executive officer, Conceivers Leadership Development Group
About University of Phoenix
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