[Webcast] Managing Professional Relationships in
a Time of Social Distancing
This is a Virtual Members Only Event
Many of us are struggling with the realities of the “new normal,” as it challenges the typical way we communicate with our colleagues, clients, and loved ones. Yet these relationships are our most precious resource and, as the Harvard Study on Adult Development has demonstrated over and over again, strong relationships are the key to healthy and happy lives. During this live session, Karene Richards, CFA will interview Dr. Robert Waldinger, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, Director of the Center for Psychodynamic Therapy and Research at Massachusetts General Hospital, Founder of the Lifespan Research Foundation and Director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development as he shares what the Harvard Study has taught us about managing relationships in times of crisis. Please listen to this engaging webcast to learn from Dr. Waldinger, ask questions, and share your experiences on the creative possibilities for weathering the crisis together.
Professor, Harvard Medical School
Director, Harvard Study of Adult Development
Dr. Robert Waldinger is Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, one of the longest longitudinal studies of adult life ever done. His research focuses on the lifetime predictors of healthy adult development, studying 2 groups of men recruited as teenagers from Harvard College and from Boston inner city neighborhoods, and who have been part of the Study for over 80 years.
CEO, The Karene Group, LLC
Karene Richards is a capital markets expert, women’s advocate and fitness competitor with over 16 years’ experience in the investment banking industry. Karene most notably built the first Carbon Finance model for the World Bank and led the issuance of fixed income transactions at JPMorgan. She received a Master of Financial Mathematics and Statistics from Columbia University and an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from Howard University. Karene is also the former CEO of The Association for Women In Science a 100,000 member and affiliates organization that advocates for women in STEM. In 2019, Karene was named the Most Influential People of African Descent under 40 by the United Nations. She is a CFA Charterholder and currently serves on the Board for both The Association for Women in Science and The National Speakers Association.