At the Round Table this March, Christine Hepburn, managing partner at 100 Days North America, and UWaterloo Engineering alum, will be discussing the difficult topic of work-life balance. You are invited to join this conversation and listen to Christine's story titled "Women in Engineering can also navigate a fulfilling work-life balance". This event will take place on Thursday, March 24th, 5:00-6:00 pm (EST), online.
About Round Table with WiE Leaders
Round Table with WiE Leaders is a series of monthly roundtable discussions which provide networking and mentorship forum for graduate and undergraduate students. At the Round Table, we hope to connect you to WiE leaders in academia, industry and government. We hope you will join us to listen to their stories and be inspired to overcome and succeed.
Christine is a Managing Partner at "100 Days North America" and prior to this, she worked for 24 years with Kearney, a global business consulting firm. Her passion has always been about people. She finds true joy and is at her strongest when she is engaged in helping people grow and succeed. All through her experience at Kearney, whether working as a management consultant in Change & Organizational Design or managing resources across North America - the common theme that has motivated her is people. She was able to leverage her deep consulting and relationship skills to create innovative Diversity & Inclusion programs ensuring Kearney employees could bring their whole selves to work.
At "100 Days", she is promoting software to help employees grow and stretch successfully into new roles. "100 Days" is a young start-up whose product ELLA is an innovative, digital coach that develops leadership skills ‘on-the-job’ for new managers. It consists of a curated set of best practice tools and tips that encourage reflection and inspire action.
Christine graduated from System Design Engineering at Waterloo and has an MBA from "INSEAD: The Business School for the World" in France. She is a proud mother of two daughters (one who is currently in System Design Engineering!). If she is not cooking up some new recipe from the latest Ottolenghi cookbook, she could be found knitting, golfing, or walking her dogs Chuckles & Moose. She also loves to travel but can’t remember what that is like anymore!