Wednesday, May 10
6 - 8 p.m.

Steelcase WorkLife Center Showroom
4 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019

Online registration has closed. For questions, please contact Victoria Kuhlman.

Getting there: Subway stops A,C,B,D, and 1 are located at Columbus Circle. The location is also down the street from 57/7 Subway Stop and 7th Ave Stop which has the N,Q,R,W,E.

As our world becomes increasingly fast-paced and complex, we face ever-competing demands and expectations. We’re dealing with pressure to balance the local with the global, and to be more flexible as we plan our lives and our work. It can be intimidating – but one of UC’s top leaders is coming to town to share some solutions!

Lindner College of Business Dean Marianne Lewis is embarking on a nationwide tour and heading to NYC, where she’ll talk about this challenging aspect of life. It’s part of the UC Alumni Association’s new offering called BEARCATS/Lead, a series of thoughtful, interdisciplinary conversations with UC alumni and campus subject matter experts. BEARCATS/Lead will cover leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship and much more – and all alumni are invited to participate.

Each attendee will leave with a copy of Dean Lewis’s new book, "Both/And Thinking: Embracing Creative Tensions to Solve Your Toughest Problems."

Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be provided; please note this event is 21+. This event is complimentary; advanced registration is requested by May 3. Information about dress code and other relevant event details will be sent to registrants ahead of the event.

Headshot of Victoria Kuhlman, A&S '15, '21

Victoria Kuhlman, A&S '15, '21

Program Director of Alumni & Donor Experience, Lindner College of Business and Regional Campuses