[PAST EVENT] Women in the Real World, presented by Her Campus William and Mary

April 13, 2012
5pm - 6:30pm
Sadler Center, Chesapeake C
200 Stadium Dr
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
As part of the Her Campus Inter-Collegiette Conference, Her Campus William and Mary has arranged for a panel of 4 amazing and fantastic female speakers to come out and talk about their career paths, and talk about being a woman in the professional world, and the dynamics they face as women. This panel has a Q&A session, so bring your questions on our panelists' career, their experience and their expertise.

This panel is free and open to everyone at William and Mary.

April 13th, 5-6:30 p.m., Chesapeake C in the Sadler Center.

Headlining the event is Windsor Hanger, one of the three Founders of Her Campus Inc. She leads business development, marketing and sales working to bring in clients like Pinkberry, Intel, New Balance, and Victoria's Secret. Windsor has been named to BusinessWeek's 25 Under 25 Best Young Entrepreneurs, Inc. magazine's 30 Under 30 Coolest Young Entrepreneurs, and Glamour magazine's 20 Amazing Young Women.

The other fantastic panelists are alums from our very own William and Mary, including

Jen Garrott (Class of 2010)
Jen works for Colonial Williamsburg Productions in educational media and broadcasting as an Associate Producer. She studied at our dear W&M in her undergrad years as a history major / film minor, and finished her master's in history here. She has produced and directed several historical documentaries and other film-based media. She is involved in the Virginia Production Alliance and Women and Film's D.C. chapter, two professional film-making groups.

Carrie Adams (Class of 2009)
Carrie works as a Communications Associate for Sojourners, a magazine devoted to social justice, racial justice and environmental stewardship, through a faith-based perspective. She majored in government here at the College and is currently pursuing a master's in political management from George Washington University. Before Sojourners she was an intern at the White House Press Office.

Caitlin Elizabeth (Class of 2011)
Caitlin has started her own photography business, and ventured into the world of small business. She's followed her passion and now photographs W&M graduation, weddings, baby and family portraits. She majored in English at the College. She's here to offer up her perspective as a small business owner. She's also a blogger, substitute teacher and legal assistant.

There will also be a raffle for some great prizes from local retailers, so come on out, listen to these great speakers and win some great prizes like jewelry and gift cards!