Date and LocationFeb 26, 2019 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
SpeakerLinda Le Brock
In this interactive discussion, Linda will lead a dialogue about Imposter Syndrome: what it is, why it is important to understand and address, and the many ways in which it affects us. From perfectionism and self-worth, to leadership ability and pay equity, we'll discuss the implications of both internal and external stressors and ways in which we can access our authentic voice.
Linda le Brock joined the Business Times in January 2011 as a Publisher of the Pacific Coast Business Times, the weekly award winning business journal for the Central Coast of California. Previously, she was Vice President of Development at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oxnard and Port Hueneme and an advertising executive at the Business Times 2004 -2006. She is on the boards for CLU’s Center for Economic Growth Research and Forecasting, Partners in Education, the American Red Cross, Santa Barbara Chamber of Commerce and on the Advisory Counsel of Business Giving Roundtable. She is also co- founder of the women’s leadership organization and conference: Visionary Women. Le Brock is also the recipient of an American Advertising Awards (ADDY) for social media, the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition.
This presentation is part of the UCSB Women in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Series and is sponsored by UCSB I&E partners include the following UCSB programs: the Bren Eco-Entrepreneurship Program, the California Nano Systems Institute (CNSI), the Center for Science and Engineering Partnerships (CSEP), UCSB’s Office of Technology and Industry Alliances (TIA), and the Technology Management Program (TMP).To learn more, please visit: innovation.ucsb.edu.