Empowering Women Scientists: In Your Past, Present, and Future
Presented by the Women Chemists Committee — All Are Welcome
10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Chatting
11:00 a.m. Talk and Discussion
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About the Speaker
Lucinda Jackson is the author of two memoirs: Just a Girl: Growing Up Female and Ambitious, about her struggles to succeed in the male-dominated work world, and Project Escape: Lessons for an Unscripted Life, an exploration of freedom after leaving a structured career. Jackson is a PhD scientist and global corporate executive who features on podcasts and radio and has published articles, book chapters, magazine columns, and patents. She is the founder of LJ Ventures, where she speaks and consults on energy and the environment and empowering women in the workplace and in our Next Act.
Connect with Jackson or find her books at: www.lucindajackson.com
Lucinda Jackson worked for decades in the male-dominated science world and faced sexism, harassment, and discouragement. But along the way Jackson learned how to empower herself by recognizing and utilizing her past, identifying her vision and core values for decision-making in the present, and intentionally planning for her future Next Acts after a long, structured academic and corporate career. With real-life, personal examples, Jackson shares tried-and-true tips, tricks, and behaviors that worked in overcoming shame, self-blame, and lack of confidence to become an authentic, purposeful leader.