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Level Up: Why Upskilling Entry-Level & Middle Management Matters

Thu, March 7 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Museum Hue is pleased to partner with Make Ideas Work on the Work Smarter, Not Harder Speaker Series. Join us for the Work Smarter, Not Harder Speaker Series, a dynamic conversation designed to equip you with practical strategies and actionable insights to boost your productivity, prioritize effectively, and achieve greater work-life harmony in the nonprofit sector. This is more than just a speaker series – it’s a community of like-minded individuals committed to learning, growing, and achieving their goals.

Network with fellow attendees, ask questions, and gain valuable insights to transform your work-life journey.

Invest in yourself and join us for the Work Smarter, Not Harder Speaker Series.

You’ll leave feeling empowered, motivated, and equipped with tools to thrive in today’s demanding world.

Hear from inspiring women who will share their proven techniques and real-world experiences on topics like:

  • March 7th with Lakythia Ferby – Level Up: Why Upskilling Entry-Level & Middle Management Matters

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Speaker: Lakythia Ferry

Dedicated to shaping the future of workforce development, I am an enthusiastic advocate for change, empowerment, and innovation with over 18 years of invaluable experience in this dynamic field. My journey has been a testament to the transformative power of workforce development, and I am passionate about igniting the potential in individuals, organizations, and communities.

Lakythia has held a variety of leadership positions workforce development, including Assistant Deputy Commissioner of Employer Partnerships at New York City’s Human Resources Administration (HRA), where she oversaw the establishment and growth of employer relationships throughout the city for HRA’s welfare-to-work programs. Throughout her career, Lakythia’s consistent focus on incorporating voices from workers, unions, employers and staff along with her dedication to creating advancement opportunities beyond the first job, has resulted in better satisfaction and outcomes for all stakeholders.

Lakythia holds a Masters in Public Health from the Boston University School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia.

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Thu, March 7
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