Studies show that mentoring makes a huge difference in the life of a mentee! Through listening, guidance and offering constructive feedback and encouragement, Kathy Hurley has been a successful mentor to countless women in the field of educational technology.
In this episode, Kathy sits down with Jerri and Jamie to tell us how she became a mentor, explain the vital role that mentorship plays in helping women reach their goals, and share powerful quotes that served her well as she blazed a trail for women in technology. Her savvy insights are not to be missed!
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Kathleen Hurley is a former senior executive for numerous educational publishing and technology companies, including IBM and Pearson. After retiring from Pearson, she was selected as a Fellow of the Advanced Leadership Initiative (ALI) at Harvard University. In 2019, she received the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in Education Technology from the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA). She co-founded a global nonprofit organization, Girls Thinking Global and is co-editor of Real Women, Real Leaders: Surviving and Succeeding in the Business World. Hurley is currently a senior advisor to educational technology companies, education associations, and school superintendent networks.
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