years at exelon, I’ve learned so much from CeO John rowe about the busi- ness, leadership and how to translate Exelon’s vision into specific direction for the company,” she says. “I’ve benefited significantly from his guidance and, in turn, feel strongly about mentoring others, particularly those with the potential to be highly successful leaders.” In my case, I recently joined Chicago’s Aronberg Goldgehn Davis & Garmisa as a partner, and the firm’s reputation for mentoring young female attorneys was They say it’s lonely at the top – but it doesn’t need to be. So says Vision 2020, a key factor in joining the firm. I was impressed by a recent magazine article which advocates making equality a national priority through “shared leadership” quoting female associates at the firm praising the mentoring they received from prominent litigation partner Wil iam Serritel a Jr., who chairs the firm’s litigation The shared leadership concept is a key goal of Vision 2020, a national non- department. I felt that the firm demonstrated a bona fide interest and commit- partisan 10-year initiative launched last year at the group’s first annual Congress ment to grooming the younger women attorneys to become future leaders.
in Philadelphia by the Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership at drexel uni- Vision 2020 Il inois delegate, nuria Fernandez, senior vice president of CH2M versity College of Medicine. Vision 2020 will hold its second annual Congress on Hil , notes that the shared leadership concept is not limited to corporate America, October 11-13, 2011; more than 100 delegates from al 50 states are expected but also applies to the non-profit and public sectors. She points to the City of to attend the gathering, which will be held in Chicago.
Chicago’s leadership as an excellent example of shared leadership: City Treasur- “To advance the shared leadership mission, during the Chicago Congress, er Stephanie neely and newly-elected City Clerk Susana Mendoza are working Vision 2020 wil recognize five female/male pairs, nominated by the public, who demonstrate shared leadership and make a positive impact on their organiza- “It’s exciting to see that two out of the three city-wide elected offices in the tional cultures,” says Comed President and COO Anne Pramaggiore, who is City of Chicago are, for the first time in history, held by women, says Ms. Men- co-chair of the Chicago Host Committee responsible for planning the Chicago doza, who is Chicago’s first female city clerk. “I feel that Mayor Emanuel has meeting. These pairs will be awarded equality in Action medals in recognition of embraced the diversity of our make-up, both in terms of gender and race, and is their efforts. In the role as co-chair of the Chicago Host Committee, Ms. Pramag- understanding of the fact that by combining our different strengths into a focused giore is joined by Melinda Johnson, director of administrative operations for Vi- agenda, the people of the City of Chicago will be better served.” sion 2020 in Philadelphia, and myself.
The five leadership team honorees will be recognized during a “Kudos & Com- “Comed and our parent, exelon Corporation, strongly share in Vision 2020’s edy” program on Wednesday, October 12 at the Vision 2020 meeting featuring a belief that America is at its best when leadership is shared and opportunities are special performance by Second City at Chase Tower. each individual who nomi- open to all,” adds Ms. Pramaggiore. The exelon Foundation is a corporate part- nates a team will receive a ticket to Kudos & Comedy. ner in Vision 2020 and is serving as a “Forger of the Future” in the initiative. During a recent meeting between Vision 2020 co-chair Rosemarie Greco and Both Comed and exelon exemplify the shared leadership concept. At Comed, Vision 2020 supporters, she frequently quoted her favorite line from Vision 2020 Ms. Pramaggiore serves as president and chief operating officer; Frank Clark Illinois delegate Connie Lindsey, executive vice president of The northern Trust is chairman and chief executive officer. At Exelon, Ruth Ann Gil is is executive Company and national president of Girl Scouts of the USA: “We’ve admired the vice president and chief diversity officer for Exelon Corporation and president problem long enough. now it’s time for us to come to a solution.” Vision 2020 of exelon Business Services Company, as well as part of the company’s execu- believes that shared goals and work between male and female leadership is just tive Committee reporting to John Rowe, chairman and chief executive officer of Ms. Gil is plays an active role in Vision 2020 as a Visionary Delegate for Il inois To noMInATE A MAlE/FEMAlE lEADERShIP TEAM, VISIT WWW.DRExEl.
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