Board of Directors
They enlist friends, family, and colleagues; chair committees; host meetings; provide fiduciary oversight; strategize; and generously provide support, guidance, time, talent, and treasure.
“I believe that all working women deserve economic security, and getting involved with Women Employed allows me to be part of the solution.”
– Lydia Bueschel
Executive Vice President, Creative & Strategic Development, Jasculca Terman
Marketing Director for Medical Exam and Disposable Gloves, Cardinal Health
Partner, Valentine Austriaco & Bueschel, P.C.
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer, Ada S. McKinley Community Services
Site & Communications Manager, JPMorgan Chase
Executive Vice President and General Counsel, The Art Institute of Chicago
President & CEO, Women Employed
National Managing Director – Head of Private Client Core Asset Strategies, Bernstein Global Wealth Management
Partner, Mayer Brown LLP
Manjari G. Malkani, M.D
Assistant Professor, Division of Rheumatology, Rush University Medical Group
Vice Chancellor for Legislative & Community Affairs, City Colleges of Chicago
Vice President of Communications, Shriver Center on Poverty Law
Vice President, Wintrust Commercial Banking
Lisa J. Pattis
President, Next Chapter Holdings, LP
Director, Internal Communications, Grainger
Executive Producer, Brand Content & Commercial, Wayfarer Entertainment
Vice President, Economic & Workforce Development
Partner; Managing Partner, Chicago Office, Bain & Company
Deputy General Counsel, JBT Corporation
Director, Regulatory Affairs,
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Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: (312) 782-3902
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