The Art of Risk Taking: Developing a Successful Turnaround
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Presented By: Anne Ewers, President & CEO of Kimmel Center, Inc.
Interviewed By: Tracy Davidson, NBC10 News Anchor
In July 2007, Anne Ewers assumed the role of President & CEO of Kimmel Center, Inc. In her inaugural year with the Center, the company retired its $30 million construction debt, raised the endowment from $40 million to $72 million and garnered $10 million to establish a biennial city-wide festival, The Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. If anyone is an expert on turning around a company and increasing profit margins, it’s Anne Ewers. Come hear how she did it, and how you can do it too.
About Tracy Davidson
Tracy has received 11 Emmy Awards, including the Best News Anchor Emmy for the Mid-Atlantic Region in 2008 and 2013. In 2013, Temple University honored Tracy with the Lew Klein Alumni in Media Award. She was recognized with Pennsylvania’s Most Powerful and Influential Women Award by the National and Pennsylvania Diversity Council. In 2014, she was inducted into Philadelphia’s Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame. In 2017, Tracy was awarded with the “Hero Award” from Montgomery Child Advocacy project.
Featured Non-Profit: Kimmel Center, Inc.
Lincoln Financial Group
Accommodating the Non-Traditional Worker and Addressing Diversity and Inclusion
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Presented By: Jennifer Morgan, President, Americas and Asia Pacific Japan, Global Customer Operations for SAP
Jennifer Morgan is responsible for SAP’s strategy, revenue, and customer success in the Americas and Asia Pacific Japan, regions encompassing more than 43,000 employees and nearly 230,000 customers. Jennifer serves as President of SAP North America, where she has sharpened the region’s focus on growth and innovation for its more than 155,000 customers, and helps preserve a culture that earned SAP North America its first ever listing on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For. Jennifer was also instrumental in the region securing its place as a leader in the areas of diversity and inclusion through programs like Autism at Work, and particularly the company’s receipt of EDGE certification- a recognition awarded by the World Economic Forum recognizing the company’s commitment to gender equality and equal pay in the workplace.
Featured Non-Profit: Girls on the Run of Montgomery and Delaware Counties
Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union
Lincoln Financial Group