Sycamore High School’s He for She Club is sponsoring a panel discussion with local female leaders on Wednesday, December 6 from 11:30-12:30 p.m.
Eleven women from the Cincinnati area will speak on their life story and challenges they have faced as women. The panel includes:
Renee Hevia, former Sycamore High School administrator
Dr. Adrienne James, former Sycamore Schools superintendent
Katelyn Jarvis, President, and Founder of Peace Stamps
Carmen Maxwell, National Marketing Director for Juice Plus
Isabel Mendez, Global Finance & Accounting Manager for P&G
Megan Park, Founder of Putting Women in Their Place
Dr. Christine Phillips, Oncologist and Assistant Professor at UC Dept. of Pediatrics
Dr. Monica Schneider, Associate Professor of Political Science
Ruth Seiple, Business Professor and Director of the Kolodzik Business Scholars
Dr. Ashley Solomon, Founder of the Eating Recovery Center
Dr. Cindy Veraldo, Assistant Professor of Sports Management
The discussion will include a question and answer session surrounding the topic of gender equality and what the student body can do to promote it. Students and interested parents are invited to attend the free event.
He for She Club works to promote gender equality at Sycamore High School and the wider Sycamore community. The club originates from a United Nations entity, UN Women. To learn more about their global mission, visit www.heforshe.org.