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Responsibilities at work and home often leave women without the bandwidth to succeed—and wondering if their career and personal goals are unachievable.
In this session, Conference for Women speaker Tiffany Dufu, one of Fast Company’s “League of Extraordinary Women” and once the poster child for doing it all, will offer a progressive approach to addressing the division of labor in your home.
She will give you the permission you need to drop the ball and help you reevaluate priorities, embrace imperfection and alter your expectations so that you can focus on the goals that truly matter to you!
TIFFANY DUFU is chief leadership officer of Levo and launch team member to Lean In. She was named in the Huffington Post as one of 19 women who are leading the way, among other luminaries such as Hillary Clinton and Diane Sawyer. She was honored by Mattel as one of their 10 Women to Watch and was named by the National Council for Research on Women as one of 30 women making change in the world. She was included in Fast Company’s League of Extraordinary Women and has been featured in The New York Times, The Seattle Times and on NPR and Bloomberg. She is also a widely sought-after speaker on women’s and Gen Y leadership and nonprofit fundraising and has presented at Fortune magazine’s Most Powerful Women Summit and TEDxWomen. Dufu is a member of Women’s Forum New York, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and serves on the national board development committee for Girl Scouts U.S.A. In addition to being a part of TARA, a sister group of the Belizean Grove focusing on the next generation of global leaders, she serves on the board of Harlem 4 Kids and the board of Students First New York. Her new book, DROP THE BALL: Achieving More by Doing Less, was released February 2017. @tdufu