Register Now! Last Fall Webinar for Women Leading in Ohio Agribusiness Program
Panelists Announced for Webinar #3
To kick off the new Women Leading in Ohio Agribusiness program, OABA is hosting a three session webinar series this fall. The final webinar, "When “He” Doesn’t Want to Work with a Woman, a panel discussion," will be held on November 10. Panelists are: Tina Lust, Lust Seed Sales & Service; Megan Provost, RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment); and Amanda Stacy-Hartman, Speedway LLC. Register now to save your seat!
The new program offers professional development, networking opportunities and more to OABA’s female leaders. Women new or seasoned in the industry are invited and encouraged to participate and share with one another. The fall webinar sessions are $75 each or $150 for the series. Participants will receive links to the webinar recordings to view after the event.
Details for the upcoming session are below:
Webinar 3 – November 10:
In any industry, there will always be “those people” who don’t play well with others. In this panel discussion, hear from women in the trenches who share real-world tactics on navigating a professional relationship with someone who might not want to work with you.
- Tina Lust, Lust Seed Sales & Service
- Megan Provost, RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment)
- Amanda Stacy-Hartman, Speedway LLC
Webinars will be recorded and made available to all registered. Additional details and registration is available at www.oaba.net/events.
Participants who register for the full series will receive links to all sessions, regardless of when registered.
Webinar 1 – September 15:
Am I good enough? Am I qualified? Can I really do this? As a woman in agribusiness, there’s a good chance you’ve asked yourself one or more of those questions at some point. In this webinar, Marlene Eick shares the keys to establishing a mindset of confidence that will serve you in your career and life.
Webinar 2 – October 13:
When do you say something? When you do, should it be a response to your coworker or something more formal to your company? Attorney Jessica Branner Hittle sheds light on how to handle workplace scenarios that range from uncomfortable to unacceptable.