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On Conversations at Basecamp brought to you by Kahilla, we're bringing you access to top executives and women leaders. Find out how they've risen to where they are today, and how you can apply their success routines to your own career and story.

    Mental Fitness with Sasha Heinz, PhD

    Mental Fitness with Sasha Heinz, PhD

    Sasha Heinz, PhD joined us for a powerful conversation on boundaries, banishing your inner critic, and maintaining mental fitness for a stronger mindset.



    About Sasha



    Sasha Heinz, Ph.D., MAPP, Developmental Psychologist and Life Coach, is an expert in Positive Psychology, lasting behavioral change, and the science of getting unstuck. Dr. Heinz has leveraged her academic expertise as a former faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Applied Positive Psychology program to give her clients the tools to change their lives for good. In her private coaching practice, she helps achievement junkies feel as good on the inside as their lives look on the outside. A graduate of Harvard University and a working mom, she’s lived life on the frontline of the battle with perfectionism. So, she can help you with that, too.

    • 1 hr
    Career Advice from Dee Marshall (CEO of Diverse & Engaged)

    Career Advice from Dee Marshall (CEO of Diverse & Engaged)

    In Kahilla's Career Advice series, we're bringing you access to top executives and women leaders. Find out how they've risen to where they are today, and how you can apply their success routines to your own career and story.



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    About Dee



    Prior to launching Diverse & Engaged, Dee Marshall spent over twelve years working on Wall Street in training and management and organizational development for Merrill Lynch, Prudential Securities, Moody’s Investor Services and The New York Times. Dee was recently named Top 25 Most Influential Black Women in Business by The Network Journal and Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs.

    Dee is a survivor and go-to on career transitions and reinvention. Prior to launching her diversity consulting practice, she built her credibility coaching through career transitions as a result of her own journey down 33 flights of stairs at One New York Plaza on September 11th after witnessing the terrorists attack on the World Trade Center.

    Marshall has given of her time and talent to several major nonprofit organizations, including the Board of Directors for the YWCA Central New Jersey, the Women’s Center for Education and Career Advancement New York, the Board of Advisors for Rutgers Small Business Development Center, The New York Women’s Foundation, and others. She is a United Way New York Linkages Board Fellow, a
    Google Tech Policy Fellow, a certified credentialed Coach and a graduate of the distinguished Skinner Leadership Institute. As a result of her service to women, she has received numerous awards that include the United States of Women Nominated Change Maker, NAACP Community Service Award, Delta Sigma Theta Women of Achievement Award, and many more.

    • 54 min
    Career Advice from Paula Pryor, Executive VP & Chief Human Resources Officer at Walker & Dunlop

    Career Advice from Paula Pryor, Executive VP & Chief Human Resources Officer at Walker & Dunlop

    In Kahilla's Career Advice series, we're bringing you access to top executives and women leaders. Find out how they've risen to where they are today, and how you can apply their success routines to your own career and story.



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    About Paula



    Paula A. Pryor is Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Walker & Dunlop, as well as a member of the executive committee. Ms. Pryor is responsible for all things ‘people’ at Walker & Dunlop. Over the past decade, while helping to take the Company public, integrating over ten acquisitions, and supporting the company’s overall growth strategy, she has built the Human Resources function to align with Walker & Dunlop's deep commitment to their culture. Ms. Pryor and her team are focused on enabling best-in-class benefits, compensation, inclusion, talent management, workforce planning, and employee relations. During her tenure, Walker & Dunlop has been recognized by the Great Places to Work Institute as a Great Place to Work six times, in addition to countless other awards and recognitions.



    Ms. Pryor started her career in human resources with Katzenbach Partners (now the Katzenbach Center at Strategy&, part of the PWC global network). Following her tenure with Katzenbach, Ms. Pryor entered the financial services industry as a human resources manager with CapitalSource Inc.

    • 58 min
    Career Advice from Yvonne Garcia, Head of Internal Communications & Chief of Staff to State Street Chairman/CEO

    Career Advice from Yvonne Garcia, Head of Internal Communications & Chief of Staff to State Street Chairman/CEO

    In Kahilla's Career Advice series, we're bringing you access to top executives and women leaders. Find out how they've risen to where they are today, and how you can apply their success routines to your own career and story.



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    About Yvonne



    Yvonne serves as Chief of Staff to State Street Chairman and CEO and is also Head of Internal Communications. Yvonne is an active leader of local and national communities and currently serves as the President of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Women's Board. Yvonne has been featured as one of the Top 50 Most Powerful Latinas in the United States four years in a row by Fortune Magazine in partnership with ALPFA. She was also appointed by Governor Baker to serve on the state's Latino Advisory Commission Board. Yvonne holds an MBA from Boston University and is a Six Sigma Black Belt.

    • 59 min
    Career Advice from Samantha Saperstein, Managing Director and Head of Women on the Move at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    Career Advice from Samantha Saperstein, Managing Director and Head of Women on the Move at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    In Kahilla's Career Advice series, we're bringing you access to top executives and women leaders. Find out how they've risen to where they are today, and how you can apply their success routines to your own career and story.

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    About Samantha

    Samantha (Sam) Saperstein leads the firmwide Women on the Move initiative at JPMorgan Chase. In this role, Sam works on programs that are designed to make JPMorgan Chase the best bank for women-run businesses and women consumers, the best company for women to work at, and a strong partner for women in communities around the world. Sam collaborates with teams across the firm on planning and executing women’s programs, and messaging our efforts inside and outside the firm.

    Prior to this role, Sam spent five years as Chief Marketing Officer of 
Chase Commercial Banking, where she led the marketing, communications, and client experience functions. This included traditional and digital marketing efforts, media relations, employee communications, market research, and client satisfaction initiatives.

    Earlier in her career, Sam was a strategy consultant in the New York office of McKinsey & Company, where she served retail and wholesale banking clients. She also worked in journalism and spent several years covering the U.S. Treasury market and macroeconomics for Dow Jones Newswires, 
The Wall Street Journal, and Barron’s.

    Sam serves on the board of Safe Horizon, the nation’s largest victims’ services agency that supports victims of domestic violence, child abuse, human trafficking, and youth homelessness. She also leads the Marketing Committee of the board.

    Sam has a BA from Brown University and an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She resides in Westchester, NY, with her husband and three children.

    • 56 min
    Career Advice from Terrez M. Thompson, Retired 35-year executive of The Coca-Cola Company & Founder & Chairman of Powered By Zerret

    Career Advice from Terrez M. Thompson, Retired 35-year executive of The Coca-Cola Company & Founder & Chairman of Powered By Zerret

    In Kahilla's Career Advice series, we're bringing you access to top executives and women leaders. Find out how they've risen to where they are today, and how you can apply their success routines to your own career and story.



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    About Terrez
    Terrez Marriott Thompson, Founder and Chairman of Powered By Zerret, Inc. PBZ is a nonprofit focused on the empowerment of women of color entrepreneurs by providing development and financial resources. PBZ believes that true empowerment comes from economic self-sufficiency. Terrez is a retired 35-year executive of The Coca-Cola Company. Serving as Vice President of Global Supplier Diversity and roles in Finance and Operations.

    A non-practicing CPA, graduating from Morgan State University ‘81. She serves on for/non-profit boards. Other memberships include Delta Sigma Theta, Incorporated and The Links, Incorporated. Terrez is the proud wife of Rodney and mom to Summer

    Pursuits: Empowering, Reading, Traveling & Foodie

    • 52 min

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