Tue, Jul 18|
Author Talk: Carry Strong, an Empowered Approach to Navigating Pregnancy and Work
The WWC is co-sponsoring a presentation by Stephanie Kramer at the Wilton Library on her book Carry Strong: An Empowered Approach to Navigating Pregnancy and Work.
Time & Location
Jul 18, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Wilton Library, 137 Old Ridgefield Rd, Wilton, CT 06897, USA
About the Event
Stephanie Kramer is the author of Carry Strong: An Empowered Approach to Navigating Pregnancy and Work — With original research and hundreds of inspiring interviews, she does just that— sharing five powerful principles to find perspective, create your balance, cultivate community, communicate your needs, and embrace your shift in identity throughout each phase of pregnancy, starting with the moment you decide you want to become a working mom-to-be. In Carry Strong, Kramer flips the script. This isn’t about powering
through pregnancy at work. It’s about being powerful and pregnant at work.
“A deeply relevant and inspirational guide to navigating one of the most uncertain periods of a woman’s career — and coming out the other side feeling stronger and more confident than ever.” Arianna Huffington, Founder & CEO, Thrive Global
Stephanie is a tenured beauty industry executive today serving as the Chief Human Resources Officer of L’Oréal USA in New York City and an adjunct professor of management communication in the graduate business program at the Fashion Institute of Technology where she is also a member of the program’s Industry Advisory Board. She has been featured as a speaker at several colleges and universities including The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University. Stephanie is the proud mother of two young children and deeply believes that
you can do it all, not at the same time, and absolutely not alone.
This author talk is co-sponsored by the Wilton Woman's Club.
The media sponsor of our author talks is GOOD Morning Wilton.
elmstreetbooks.com will be selling copies after the talk. A portion of the proceeds goes to Wilton Library.
Registration required. For more information visit www.wiltonlibrary.org, call the library’s reference librarians at 203-762-6350 or email email@example.com.