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Generation Disrupted: Earning Trust, Finding Meaning & Building Skills

CBS News Wednesday, 20 November 2019
This panel discussion at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland, addresses the urgent need for business and government to work collaboratively to support and empower Gen Z and millennials. Panelists include: Michele Parmelee, Global Chief People & Purpose Officer, Deloitte; Victoria Budson, Founding Executive Director of the Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School of Government; Serena Saunders, Expansion Associate at Pay Our Interns, Running Start Delegate, #Girl2Leader Delegate.
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