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May Networking Luncheon - The Mom Project: Supporting a More Flexible Workforce
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May Networking Luncheon  - The Mom Project: Supporting a More Flexible Workforce

When: Wednesday, May 9, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Where: Union League Club of Chicago
65 West Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, Illinois 
United States
Contact: PWCC Office
(312) 263-1808

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There will be a limited number of tickets available tomorrow (Wednesday, May 9) on site at the Union League Club (65 West Jackson), beginning at 11:15 a.m.  The cost for tickets is $50 for PWCC members/$70 for non-members.

Questions?  Call the PWCC office at (312) 263-1808.


Allison Robinson, Founder & Chief Executive Officer
The Mom Project: Supporting a More Flexible Workforce

Come to our May Meeting and learn about The Mom Project.  The Mom Project is the career destination for moms. Through their digital marketplace and community,0 The Mom Project connects professionally accomplished women with world-class companies for rewarding employment opportunities. The Mom Project is changing the way women work and redefining career structures by providing women with real work opportunities that are in balance with their personal goals.

Founder and CEO Allison Robinson will be on hand to discuss how this evolution will keep more talented, professionally accomplished women in the workforce.

Allison is the founder and chief executive officer of The Mom Project. She drives the company’s vision and strategy in redefining the path to professional success for women. Allison has spent eight years with Procter and Gamble managing enterprise relationships and building consumer-led market strategies. In her most recent role on the Pampers brand, Allison was able to delve deep into the minds and hearts of millennial moms to witness the change technology was having on the way women not only interact, but approach work.

After welcoming her first child Asher in 2015, Allison recognized the tremendous opportunity to create a talent marketplace to bridge the gap between employers looking for top talent and the millions of educated and professionally accomplished mothers across the country looking for meaningful work.  Don’t miss this discussion – register today!

Grilled Breast of Chicken with Hummus (GF/DF) Kale Crunch Salad, Lemon Oregano Dressing Sliced Cucumbers and Vine-on Tomatoes 

Vegetarian Option:
Kale Crunch Salad, Lemon Oregano Dressing (GF/DF) Garbanzo Beans, Black Olives, Sliced Cucumbers and Vine-on Tomatoes 
This lunch menu does not contain pork or shellfish and is Gluten Free 
Dessert:  Vanilla Cream Tart with Fresh Berries