Leaders graduate from SOAR programNovember 5, 2020
By Herald Staff
JASPER — Seven emerging women leaders representing five Southwest Indiana companies recently completed the immersive nine-month SOAR leadership development program designed specifically to accelerate more women to senior leadership positions in the workplace.
Over the course of the program, participants met virtually each month, led by SOAR-certified facilitator, Maryanne Elliott, building their capacity in three domains of leadership: Professional/Personal Mastery, Business Mastery and Relationship Mastery. This intentional curriculum is customized to meet the specific needs and demands of the unique barriers and challenges women face in reaching positions of power and influence.
Since launching the program in 2005, SOAR has graduated more than 1,200 emerging women leaders across multiple markets with 82% experiencing upward mobility after completing SOAR. The next SOAR session in Jasper will kick off Jan. 19, 2021. Registration is now open online.
The 2020 SOAR Graduates are:
Raven Marchino: Manager Food and Nutrition Services, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center
Heather Terwiske: Clinical Supervisor Psychiatric Social Work, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center
Lori Pipes: Director Memorial Home Care, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center
Helen Camacho: Relationship Banker, German American Bank
Katie Mutchman: Compensation Manager, Kimball Electronics
Heather Knies: Customer Service Manager, Kimball International
Jennifer Wagner: Human Resources Generalist, Indiana Furniture
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