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Outside Professional Activities For Iris Bohnet

Outside Professional Activities For Iris Bohnet

2011

Speaker:
Heidrick&Struggles (executive search firm), gender in organizations, New York, June 2011
Club zum Rennweg (club), gender equality nudges, Zurich, July 2011
Heiner Thorborg (executive search firm), gender in organizations, Zurich, October 2011
Gender Equality Project (NGO), gender equality nudges, Geneva, December 2011

Consultant:
Credit Suisse (financial services firm), gender in organizations, Zurich, January to December 2011

Teacher/trainer:
Merchants Auto (car dealership), negotiation, Boston, January 2011
Said Business School, Oxford University (academic institution), negotiation and decision making, Oxford, July and September 2011

Board member:
Vienna University of Economics and Business (academic institution), meeting of the international advisory board, Vienna, May 2011

2012

Speaker:
WICT (Women in Cable Television conference), gender in organizations, Boston, May 2012
DLD Women (Digital Life Design Women conference organized by Burda Media, media company), gender and leadership, Munich, July 2012
Womensphere conference (NGO), gender and public policy, New York, September 2012
NCRW (National Council for Research on Women, NGO), gender equality nudges, New York, February and December 2012
WOW (Women on Wall Street conference, organized by Deutsche Bank, financial services firm), gender in organizations, New York, October 2012

Board member:
Credit Suisse (financial services firm), member of the board of directors, Zurich, Switzerland
Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies (academic institution), member of the board, Geneva, Switzerland
Vienna University of Economics and Business (academic institution), member of the international advisory board, Vienna, Austria

2013

Speaker:
PGI, Partnering for Global Impact (NGO), social impact investing and gender, Lugano, July 2013
Womensphere conference (NGO), gender and leadership, New York, September 2013
Wellington Management (financial services firm), behavioral insights and gender, Boston, October 2013

Participant:
Global Agenda Council meetings, World Economic Forum (NGO), Abu Dhabi, November 2013

Board member:
Credit Suisse (financial services firm), member of the board of directors, Zurich
University of Lucerne (academic institution), member of the board, Lucerne
Vienna University of Economics and Business (academic institution), member of the international advisory board, Vienna
Gender Equality Project (NGO), member of the academic advisory board, Geneva

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