Join Women of the Vine & Spirits for a Live Chat:
Motherhood & Work:
A View into the Challenges & Opportunities
Hosted by WOTVS Special Guest,
Kristi Rible Scobie, Founder & CEO,
The Huuman Group
Wednesday, December 2
10:00AM PST / 1:00PM EST
Kristi Rible Scobie
Founder & CEO
The Huuman Group
The challenges that working mothers face are not an individual problem but a collective problem that cross over the boundaries of society, organizations, government, and home. When we take the time to better understand the data underlying the terms such as the motherhood penalty, the maternal wall, and the second shift, we can better craft change and expose outdated beliefs, assumptions, and biases. Join WOTVS Special Guest and 2020 Global Symposium 2020 Scheduled Speaker, Kristi Rible Scobie, Founder & CEO of The Huuman Group for this informative session!
- The framework around why the motherhood penalty is a “we problem" and not a "me problem”.
- An understanding of the role that employers play in the advancement of mothers at work and overall gender equality.
- The key data that serves at the foundation to better understanding the barriers that working mothers face.
- The employer roadmap for meaningful workplace change.
Kristi Rible Scobie is Founder of The Huuman GroupTM, a leadership consultancy focused on developing leaders who are intelligent across gender, culture, and generation. She is committed to programming and development initiatives that tackle systemic change and towards creating workplace cultures that are more human. She is an advocate for working mothers and currently teaches a signature course at Stanford on the topic of motherhood & work.
Her leadership spans twenty years of working across Tech and CPG for both public and startup ventures throughout Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. She has her MBA in International Management and her BA in African Studies and Archaeology. Most importantly, she is a mother to two daughters.