The Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security, Risk Management, and Privacy (EWF) announced today formation of the Rising Leaders Forum. This group is designed to create advocacy, initiatives and touchpoints in support of our millennials’ development and advancement throughout their careers.
Kelly Arnholt, Audit & Compliance Manager at Oracle, Karolyn Maloney, Senior Director of the IT Hygiene Program and Identity & Access Management at Aetna, and Ariel Saldin Weintraub, Director of Data & Access Security of Cybersecurity Operations at TIAA will serve as advisors overseeing the Rising Leaders Forum. Linda Dolceamore, Director of Leadership Development at the EWF will serve as the EWF leader for Rising Leaders Forum.
“We are committed to our Millennial’s growth and to preparing our next generation of leaders,” says Linda Dolceamore, Director of Leadership Development, EWF. “Through the Rising Leaders Forum, we will offer a variety of initiatives to foster a deeper community experience, provide development opportunities and foster advocacy in Information Security, Risk Management and Privacy.”
During the next year, the group will launch Virtual Conversations: Quarterly webinars with specific themes; Geographic Meet Ups; Action Teams: Opportunities to participate, shape offerings and develop new capabilities; 1:1 Coaching; and the Rising Leaders Experience: A six-month blended leadership development program.
For more information about the EWF’s Rising leaders Forum, visit https://www.ewf-usa.com/page/EWFRisingLeaders.
About the EWF
Founded in 2002, the Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security, Risk Management & Privacy (EWF) is the largest member organization serving the most prominent and influential women in information security, cybersecurity, IT risk management, governance risk and compliance and privacy. The EWF serves emerging leaders by facilitating programs and events throughout the year including a national conference, regional meetings, leadership development and mentorship programs, as well as interaction with global thought leaders through an online community. For more information please visit: http://www.ewf-usa.com.
The core mission of the Executive Women's Forum is to attract, develop, and advance women in the Information Security, IT Risk Management and Privacy industries, through education, leadership development and the creation of trusted relationships. The EWF is committed to enabling women to achieve their professional goals and personal dreams.
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