October is breast cancer awareness month and it is an unfortunate fact that almost everyone has been impacted with cancer at some point throughout their life. Whether you know someone who may have had cancer or have had it yourself, you understand the challenges that can accompany this, sometimes, deadly disease. In this webinar, we will learn about the challenging journeys of our presenters, Pinder Gill and Lisa Mifflin, and how they are managing to ‘thrive and not just survive.’
- Finding/having the attitude to see the opportunity presented by huge challenges vs. feeling defeated
- Not giving up or using life challenges as an excuse for doing less
- Resources available to anyone dealing with major setbacks or challenges
ABOUT PINDER GILL
Pinder Gill is a dynamic leader with proven track-record in sales, strategy and execution. Pinder brings 20+ years of technology experience in Sales and Marketing. She has demonstrated an ability to design and execute unique go-to-market strategies from start-ups to global fortune 1 enterprises. Pinder has her Bachelors of Science in Marketing (Magna Cum Laude) from Regis University, and is an Emerging Leaders Alumni. Pinder also invests her spare time as a volunteer for Cancer Association, and serves on the Board for Colorado Technology Association. Pinder’s leadership style is characterized by optimism for better experience, with her ethos centered around authenticity to create transformative organizations.
ABOUT LISA MIFFLIN
In her professional career, Lisa is a Community Affairs Officer with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, a bureau of the U.S. Treasury Department that regulates the national banking system. Lisa provides Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) technical assistance and community development resources to bankers, OCC examiners and community stakeholders in Florida, Oklahoma, and Northeast Texas. Lisa’s activities support access to capital for affordable housing, community services, small business development, job creation and neighborhood revitalization.
In her community, Lisa is a Board member and Treasurer for Sisters Network, Tampa Bay Chapter. Sisters Network Inc. is a national African American breast cancer survivorship organization in the United States. The Tampa Bay chapter is an all-volunteer team whose mission is to increase local awareness and attention to the devastating impact that breast cancer has in the Black community.
Lisa earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of South Florida.