Corporate Equality Advocate, Author, Founder, Why Millennials Matter/Kuhl Co.About This speaker
Joan Kuhl is an international speaker and a consultant on talent management, career, women and gender, communication and leadership trends. After 14 years in the pharmaceutical industry and building her thought leadership as a campus speaker, mentor and coach, Joan launched Why Millennials Matter/Kuhl Co., a training, research and consulting company that focuses on raising awareness about the value of investing in the early career workforce and advancing women in the workplace in global corporations and business schools.
Her international speaking engagements and consulting have impacted leaders from over 60 countries with clients such as Eli Lilly, Goldman Sachs, Johnson & Johnson, Discovery Communications, Moody’s, FINRA, Novo Nordisk, Viacom, BlackRock, the NY Mets, Columbia Business School and University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School. She has launched and worked with over a dozen corporate women’s networks and young professional, intergenerational employee resource groups. Her expertise has been featured in the NY Times, Harvard Business Review, CNBC, SUCCESS and Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Joan is a #SheBelieves Champion for the U.S. Soccer Organization where she is developing a national leadership curriculum on confidence and community content to inspire girls and young women to achieve their goals on and off the field. She is a Contributor to ForbesWomen and NBC Know Your Value. Joan has served as a board member for the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute, named after the former CEO of the Girls Scouts of the USA and currently serves on the board of Girls Inc of NYC. She earned her B.S.B.A. at the University of Pittsburgh, M.B.A. at Rutgers University where she studied global management in Shanghai and Beijing China. She completed the Principles and Practices of Organizational Development at Columbia University.Speaking Topics: Leadership & Innovation
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