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This is a Lunch & Learn (i.e. brown-bag event). Only the webinar option is available as we have reached room capacity.

When: Tuesday, May 2, 2017
From 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm
Where: Berkeley Research Group LLC
1800 M Street NW
2nd Floor
Washington, District of Columbia  20036
United States
Contact: Roxolana Kashuba

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WCEE’s Career Development Lunch & Learn Series

Three mistakes -- smart, high-performing female professionals make

(In-person option is no longer available; only available via webinar)



Want a to create a life of balance, clarity and achievement—but don’t know quite how to make that happen? Tired of the constant demands, feelings of stress and overwhelm, and regularly sacrificing your personal health and priorities for others? Ready to do things differently? Learn the three most common mistakes smart, high-performing female professionals make that keep them stuck in old patterns and unable to create work-life balance and achieve greater success.

Join us on Tuesday, May 2nd for the Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment lunchtime event with guest speaker Lisa Carpenter, President and founder of Emerald Quest Coaching, a coaching organization that serves professionals in the engineering, environmental and renewable energies industries.

You’ll learn the three most common mistakes professional women make and why correcting these mistakes should be your top priority for 2017! Drawing on her experience and unique insights from coaching and training women in the engineering, environmental and renewables industries, Lisa will walk participants through three key concepts, creating understanding and awareness of why tending to these three mistakes or patterns is essential to creating a solid foundation for both personal and professional achievement. Lisa will also guide participants through the process of identifying their own next best moves to interrupt these old patterns and create lasting change.

You can attend this event either by attending in-person or via webinar. If attending in-person, please register early as space is limited.

Date: Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Time: 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm
Venue: Berkeley Research Group (BRG), 1800 M Street NW, WDC 20036

Closest Metro: Farragut West and Farragut North
Cost: $0 (WCEE members); $15 (non-WCEE members)

This event is at capacity; we are no longer accepting registration for  "in-person" attendance. 
Event link and password will be emailed to those who select the webinar option during online registration.
You must register for this event regardless of the attendance option (i.e. in-person or webinar) you choose.
If your name is not on the registration list, you will not be allowed access to the venue; please respect our host's building security requirements.

This is a Lunch & Learn (i.e. brown-bag) event; beverages and dessert will be provided but please bring your own lunch.


WCEE is grateful to

Berkeley Research Group LLC

for use of its conference facilities


About our speaker:

Lisa Carpenter is the founder of Emerald Quest Coaching. Her personal coaching philosophy centers on supporting clients to get crystal clear about what they want and what stands in their way of getting it. Client fears are methodically eliminated or mitigated while goals and results are made possible through a detailed action plan and accountability. Lisa is a trained coach, mediator, and facilitator with experience managing and supporting transportation, water, wastewater, and energy infrastructure projects. Prior to becoming a coach, Lisa’s professional experience included nearly 20 years in the engineering and environmental industries at companies including HDR Engineering, Surface Water Resources and Resource Management International.



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