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Level Up: How to Mentor and Be Mentored

This live event has ended, but will be available soon on-demand!

According to a study by Odyssey Mentoring, people who mentor typically earn $25,000 a year in additional compensation, on average, than do people who do not mentor.

Not only are there huge financial rewards from mentoring and being mentored, but there are other rewards — like having someone to assist you in major career decisions, the feeling of pride when your mentee does well, and expanding your network in a meaningful way. In this LAVNCH & LEARN, we’ll dig into the best practices for mentoring and being mentored, including how to get started.

You’ll hear from:

Megan A. DuttaGirl Boss

The rAVe Agency

Carol CampbellFounder

Women in Consumer Technology

Cory SchaefferAlliances & Ecosystem Director


Marika Aquino, PMPManaging Partner


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A Note About The Term Girl Boss:

We view using the term “Girl Boss” as taking our power back and owning it—not as something that’s demeaning
to the confident, strong and smart women in tech that are a part of our industry. We truly believe it can be a powerful term
when used by women who are labeling themselves as a force to be reckoned with within the working world.

If you would like to have an open dialogue about this, please reach out to Megan A. Dutta –
her inbox is open to hear your thoughts at megan@theraveagency.com.

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