January 23, 2013
Vol. 28 , No. 07
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No Stop Signs, No Directions-- Where's the Roadmap from Here?
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2013
LUNCHEON 11:30 a.m.; LECTURE 12:00 p.m.
A business owner for three decades, Betsy is President of Berkhemer Clayton Inc., retained executive search firm headquartered in downtown Los Angeles, specializing in senior level management searches in corporate communications, brand marketing and finance. Corporate clients include GAP, Mattel, KIA Motors, Ingram Micro, Disney, Toyota, Edison, SoCal Gas Company, The Irvine Company. University clients include USC, UCLA, UC Irvine, Cal-State Northridge, Caltech and University of Michigan. Non-profit clients: City of Hope, American Lung Association of California, Kaiser Permanente, L.A. CARE and Girl Scouts of LA and of Orange County.
Past statewide California president of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-CA), Betsy co-hosts a business radio show with Renee Fraser every Sunday on KFWB Newstalk Radio 980-AM, also online at www.kfwb.com and at www.UnfinishedBusinessTips.com.
Betsy is Southern California chair of Women Corporate Directors, a membership group of executive women who currently serve on Fortune 1000 boards of directors. She also serves on the boards of NAWBO-California; Southern California Leadership Network (SCLN); and on California Utilities Diversity Council.
An author, her latest book will be released this fall (in press): The Board Game: Pathways and Strategies for Women to Get On Boards.
Before establishing Berkhemer Clayton, Betsy launched, built, and then sold one of the largest public relations agencies in Los Angeles. A graduate of UCLA, she began her career as a journalist and spent her early career with Disney Studios and NBC.
The Women and Leadership Alliance welcomes you to join us for an afternoon workshop following Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire’s talk. The workshop is designed to support students during their time of preparation for post-graduation opportunities and employment, allowing students to connect with successful women leaders representing various fields of endeavor such as law, non-profit, entrepreneurship, consulting, entertainment, education, government service, marketing and social media, and medicine. Over 15 professionals will be in attendance from the various sectors, and eager to speak with students. For more information about the event, please contact Marisa Walter at email@example.com. Students may sign up for the workshop via CMConnect, 7-College Events, Career Service Events. Space is limited.