‘Stories from Experience’ with Jenene Calloway @ Schreiber Foods


400 North Washington Street, Green Bay Wisconsin, 54301 - Schreiber Foods, Inc

Register now for UW-Green Bay’s Institute for Women’s Leadership (IWL) leadership development program, “Women Rising: Stories from Experience.” Designed to deliver the three things women need to advance in their careers – networking/connections, education and inspiration, Tuesday’s session features Jenene Calloway, Vice President, Talent Development & Chief Diversity Officer with Schreiber Foods.

“Women Rising: Stories from Experience”  is a series featuring distinguished woman from the area, sharing their stories of challenge and triumph and offering advice for women following in their footsteps. IWL Executive in Residence, Bridget Krage O’Connor, moderates the stories.

Jenene Calloway, Vice President, Talent Development & Chief Diversity Officer with Schreiber Foods

Location: Schreiber Foods, Inc., 400 N Washington, Green Bay  

Register HERE.

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