The first inaugural Women and Mentors Retreat will kick off virtually on October 15. Tara Smith, executive vice president at Michael Torrey and Associates and Kellie Bray, chief of staff at CropLife America, will open the event with a panel delving into mentorship relationships, including how these vital connections lead to career and personal growth. In January, NCGA will host a second virtual session designed to help participants set deliberate intentions and goals with an in-person meeting will June 24 to 25, 2021.
The Women and Mentors program provides an opportunity for women looking to find the next steps in their leadership journey to partner with a mentor who has traveled that path. Mentors, who can be of any gender, both foster leaders of tomorrow and learn how to share the wealth of knowledge and understanding accumulated through years of service.
Interested? NCGA is still accepting applications. This program provides an impressive platform upon which to network and build strong relationships with leaders in Agriculture. If you know any women who would be interested, please pass this information along.
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