Lead, Connect, Grow
Chart your path to leadership, develop your business acumen and find inspiration from your peers at NAEM's Women's Leadership Roundtable. This unique, two-day seminar was designed by a group of your peers to strengthen the attributes needed to be effective in making the business case for your programs and leading change from within.
Achieve your career goals through sessions designed to:
- Build your communication skills
- Make the business case for your programs
- Build your emotional intelligence
- Polish your leadership brand
- Define your value to your organization
- Influence across silos and at different levels of your organization
Unique by Design
This conference is thoughtfully planned by a group of EHS and sustainability (EHS&S) women leaders to provide you with the skills development, mentorship and perspectives you need to build your career strategy.
Meet the Planning Committee behind this year's agenda.
Expand Your Network
Meet and network with women EHS&S professionals at all career stages. See all the reasons to attend.
Gain Leadership Insight
Grow your leadership knowledge with two days of interactive sessions featuring high-level EHS&S leaders and management experts. View the agenda.
Each year sponsors of this event pay for emerging leaders that don't have the budget to attend the conference. If you're interested in applying, click here. The deadline to apply is May 15, 2019.
Because NAEM's programming is developed in partnership with leading EHS and sustainability professionals, the Women's Leadership Roundtable delivers peer-tested knowledge practitioners can put to use to immediately improve their EHS and sustainability programs. Hear what past attendees have had to say:
"This conference has been a touchstone for my own career growth, so I am thrilled that I can now provide the mentorship I've received to those women who are coming up in their careers."
-- Fawn Bergen, Global Sustainability Program Manager - Water Stewardship and Carbon Footprint; Intel Corp.
"While I have attended many NAEM events, the Women's Leadership Roundtable was the first time I had the opportunity to network and share experiences with so many of my women peers, especially in leadership positions. The program was diverse with useful information passed on from female leaders at non-profits, government agencies and multinational companies. However, what impacted me the most was the feeling of community you have when you get several women together sharing their passions, ideas, and mentorship. It was awe inspiring. I came home with a few new friends, several tools, and a whole lot of confidence."
- Lauren Blair, EHS Professional IV; Caterpillar Inc.