Please join the Young Professionals of the Catapult Series, a Women in Homeland Security initiative, for a morning breakfast panel on October 25th to discuss Personal Branding. This event, organized by Capgemini Government Solutions and Deloitte Consulting, will be held at the Deloitte Rosslyn Offices at 8:00am and will feature a dynamic panel discussion on crafting and utilizing a unique personal brand, as well as time to network with both industry and government peer representatives. The morning will also include a unique opportunity to sharpen your own personal branding message.
We are excited to host three compelling panelists at this event:
Karinda Washington, Acting Chief of Staff for the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Partnership & Engagement, is a dynamic public relations practitioner with over 10 years of experience designing and implementing creative strategic communication campaigns and programs within the public and private sectors. She is passionate about community relations and corporate social responsibility in urban centers.
Nes Parker, Senior Manager at Monitor Deloitte, has led engagements for government, philanthropic, and nonprofit clients related to innovation and strategy. Her area of interest is diversity as a strategy – from expanding women leadership in the workforce to immigration policy to prize competitions. She is passionate about issues that impact women and girls, such as ending modern day slavery.
Karen Narayanan, Senior Consultant at Capgemini Government Solutions, uses her background in mathematics and statistics to deliver innovative solutions. With the intelligence of data analytics, she is able to help drive policy for the public sector clients. She is passionate about using numbers to solve business problems. She believes that the analysis and visualization of data help tell a story to the client that is otherwise not apparent.
Questions? Contact Caitlin Ward at 202-809-7314 or email@example.com
Admission is complimentary, but we request that you RSVP by October 20.