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April 18, 2018 Wednesday,12:00 PM

DEH Speaker Series Event ~ That’s What She Said: Debbie Epstein Henry Interview of Joanne Lipman, author of That’s What She Said and former USA Today Editor-in-Chief

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Debbie Epstein Henry Interview of Joanne Lipman, author of That’s What She Said and former USA Today Editor-in-Chief

April 18, 2018 from 12-1:45 PM EDT and by webcast

Hosted by:  Kirkland & Ellis LLP, 601 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022

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Here is the April 18th invite

TOPIC:  That’s What She Said.  The national dialogue around closing the gender gap in the workplace is at a watershed moment.  As stories keep breaking across all industries, thoughtful women and men are wondering:  how can we solve this problem together.  If this moment has taught us one thing, it is that gender parity, opportunity and respect are not just female problems.  At this event, Joanne Lipman, veteran journalist and author of THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID, will share why men can and must join the conversation to bring equity to our workplaces.  She will also offer steps that women and men can take right now to move toward a solution.  With probing questions posed by author, workplace and women’s expert Debbie Epstein Henry, Joanne will address issues including unconscious bias, the respect gap, “mansplaining,” the gender wage gap and much more—and explain how to remedy these behaviors so that women can gain greater opportunity and success at work.  Attendees will leave this session with illuminating anecdotes, current data, and personal tales from Joanne’s own journey to put words into action and demonstrate the benefits to businesses that bridge the gender divide by having women and men work together toward this essential goal.
Joanne Lipman is the author of THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID:  What Men Need to Know (and Women Need to Tell Them) About Working Together.  A veteran journalist, Joanne served most recently as Chief Content Officer of Gannett, and Editor-in-Chief of USA TODAY.  She began her career as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, ultimately rising to Deputy Managing Editor—the first woman to attain that post—and supervising coverage that won three Pulitzer Prizes.  Subsequently, Joanne was founding Editor-in-Chief of Portfolio magazine and, which won Loeb and National Magazine Awards.  She has pioneered integrating gender equality into the workplace.  Joanne has written on the topic for publications including The Wall Street Journal, TheNew York Times, USA TODAY and Time.  As one of the most senior women in the media industry, she has actively promoted women in the newsrooms she leads.  A frequent speaker about women in the workplace, Joanne’s recent speaking engagements on women’s issues include the Aspen Ideas Festival, the World Economic Forum in Davos, and Women in Cable Television’s national leadership conference, which she keynoted with Katie Couric.  She is a winner of the Matrix Award for women in media.  Joanne and her husband live in New York City and are the parents of two children.

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