October 22, 2018

Katja Iversen

Networking & Food: An evening with Katja Iversen, CEO of Women Deliver

 

Denmark’s networker par excellence Katja Iversen in a conversation with strategic communications expert Anne Villemoes – at The American Pie Company

Please join us for an exclusive talk about networking with Katja Iversen, President/CEO of Women Deliver to be interviewed by Anne Villemoes, strategic communications expert. Plus: enjoy a delicious meal at an authentic American pie-shop in the heart of Copenhagen.

Monday Oct. 29, 2018 at 6.30 p.m.

Booking link: https://madbillet.dk/show/event/networking-and-food-an-evening-with-katja-iversen-ceo-of-women-deliver~~~:::~~~Katja 

RSVP by: Oct. 25, 2018

Networking & Food with Katja Iversen

Katja Iversen (picture upper right corner) recently published “Kvinde, kend dit netværk” together with Lisbeth Bille. The talk will be in English and will be just as relevant for men as for women.

 

Networking is a craft. Networking can make a difference. It can build bridges, improve communities, and boost the economy. Networking is a set of strategic, personal and psychological goals.

 

What do you want to gain from your networks? Do you want to change the world? Anyone you would like to help? Your patients? Your company, a group of people, an endangered species? Or perhaps you just want to improve your personal and professional happiness?

 

Katja Iversen will offer tips on:

  • How to conduct yourself during receptions, in meetings and on social media
  • How to prepare and follow up before and after important events
  • How to ensure that your new connections will also benefit from knowing you

 

To celebrate the power of networking, we have also included the Ivy+ League in Denmark. And we take this opportunity to celebrate Columbia Connects, an annual tradition that brings alumni together to celebrate their alumni connection while welcoming any new graduates to the area.

 

When: Monday October 29, 2018, from 6.30 – 8.30 p.m.

Where: The American Pie Company, Skindergade 25, 1159 Copenhagen K, Denmark

Link: http://www.theamericanpieco.com/

What: A conversation between Katja Iversen, CEO of Women Deliver and Anne Villemoes, strategic communications expert

Price: 230 DKK

 

Included: On the menu at The American Pie Company:

 

  • Chicken & Thyme Pot Pies (Winter Root Vegetarian option available on pre-request)
    · With a green side salad. 
    Choice of drink 
    · California Wine
    · Beer or Soda 
    Choice of sweet pie for dessert: 
    · Pimped Out Pumpkin Pie
    · Bad-Ass Bourbon Pecan Pie
    · Yo’Mama’s Apple Cinnamon Pie
    · Kiss Me Quick Key Lime 
    · Coffee or Tea

 

 

Both the book and additional pies will be available for purchase.

 

Booking link: https://madbillet.dk/show/event/networking-and-food-an-evening-with-katja-iversen-ceo-of-women-deliver~~~:::~~~Katja 

RSVP by: Oct. 25, 2018

 

Bonus information:

Katja Iversen is an internationally recognized expert on development, advocacy and communications. She has more than 25 years of experience working in NGOs, corporates and United Nation agencies. Based in New York, her network includes global government and corporate leaders. She is a member of Prime Minster Trudeau’s G7 Gender Equality Council, the Unilever Sustainability Advisory Council, and the MIT Women & Technology Solve Leadership Group. An International Gender Champion. Iversen was recently named in the top 10 of Apolitical’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy.

 

Anne Villemoes and Dorte Prip (of The American Pie Company) both attended The Stanford Executive Program at Stanford University.

Women Deliver is a leading global advocate for investment in gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women, with a specific focus on maternal, sexual and reproductive health and rights.

https://womendeliver.org/

 

Questions can be directed to:

Jasmina Nielsen, jn352@columbia.edu // +45 26 36 52 37

 

Kind regards,

The Columbia University Alumni Club in Denmark

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