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Northern California Women's Forum
The purpose of the Duke Women’s Forum in Northern California is to bring together a multigenerational cross section of Duke women to develop educational programming, new opportunities for leadership, networking, and mentorship, and closer personal ties to the university. We welcome all Duke alumnae – of all ages and from all of Duke’s undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools – to get involved. Learn more about Duke’s Women’s Forum program.
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The Culture of Perfectionism: Understanding the Intersection of School, Social Media, and Stress
A Conversation with Author Ana Homayoun '01
Wednesday, May 8 | 6:00-8:00 p.m.
May 2, 2012
The Northern California Women's Forum is off to a tremendous start after our kick-off event Making the Jump and Making a Difference: Duke Women Entrepreneurs. Over 100 alumnae and friends gathered to explore the world of start-ups and socially-conscious companies with Pamela Hawley '91, founder and CEO of UniversalGiving, and Kimberly Jenkins '76, G'80, provost for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Duke University. Many thanks to the co-chairs Kris Klein '82, Lauren Levitan '87, and Lori Arthur '79, as well as steering committee members Aimee Caton '99 and Elizabeth Leep '85 for organizing, and Lisa Mango '89 for hosting at Autodesk Gallery.
Connecting with Other Duke Women in Northern California
Looking for other Duke women in the Bay area? Check out the Duke Alumni Directory.