FORGED Leadership Community For Women

FORGED - Fostering Opportunities, Resilience, Growth, Empowerment and Development

Join us every Friday morning at 9:00 am PT for the F.O.R.G.E.D. Leadership Community for Women, where we champion the empowerment of professional women.

FORGED serves as a haven for women leaders at all levels, offering a curated and secure space to candidly discuss the triumphs, challenges, and evolving landscapes of their professional lives. Our community boasts a unique problem consultancy model, allowing members to leverage the collective wisdom of their peers for invaluable feedback and guidance.

At these weekly sessions, women leaders unite to delve into pressing industry issues, share insights, and explore personalized strategies for success in the dynamic tech arena. Our emphasis lies in fostering a nurturing environment that fosters open dialogue, cultivates connections, and amplifies each woman's voice.

Join us as we redefine leadership paradigms, cultivate resilience, and forge ahead together in the ever-evolving world of technology.

Featured Speaker(s)

Dr. Kathleen Hartman Shiverdecker has served in senior organizational leadership positions for the past 25 years in various educational and human resource roles in both public and private contexts. Kathleen and the teams she has had the privilege of supporting have designed equity-focused data utilization, recruitment, interview, selection, and performance management systems that have led to the identification of hundreds of highly qualified and diverse candidates in multi-faceted roles.
Kathleen served as a cohort facilitator for aspiring leaders at Denver University in the Morgridge College of Education’s Ritchie Executive Leaders for Successful Schools program for 10 years. Kathleen is a trained Fierce Conversations facilitator, Grief Recovery Method facilitator, and a professional photographer. She completed her doctoral degree in 2021 at Northcentral University in the field of Organizational Design. Kathleen earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education, English, and French at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership at the University of Phoenix in Colorado Springs, Colorado.