VIRTUAL PROGRAM | How to Succeed in a Male Dominated Workplace
In the U.S. Military, combat arms jobs became open to women in 2013. Today, less than 10% of combat arms jobs are held by women. First Lieutenant Lauren Pascale shares her motivation to leave a desk job in 2015 to join the U.S. Army as a Field Artillery Officer. Often the only woman, and in charge of up to 50 Soldiers, Lauren will share her tips for success in a male dominated environment.
Join us to...
- Learn to never take a "no" from someone who is not qualified to give it.
- Know that you are capable of more than you think.
- Be the primary and always take a seat at the table.
Lauren Pascale graduated from New York University with her degree in Politics in 2007. After college, Lauren spent 7 years as a Department of the Army civilian employee at Fort Shafter, Hawaii and the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. Lauren enlisted in the Army at the tender age of 29, and completed basic training, officer candidate school, and field artillery school. Lauren has served embedded with an infantry company as an indirect fires expert, as a cannon platoon leader and logistics officer. Lauren’s hobbies include weightlifting, listening to podcasts, and volunteering for KC Pet Project.