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We are elated to have award winning DEI Professional, Karen Perham-Lippman, to share her time and talent with our Candidates for our MOCK INTERVIEW Event.


I am sure her energy will fill the zoom!


As a mission-driven business strategist Karen has proven results in diversity, equity, inclusion, ESG, corporate social responsibility, community outreach, and employee engagement. Throughout her career she has advised nonprofits, businesses, state governments, and municipalities both regionally and globally. She is the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director for a global engineering and consulting services company that provides services, software, and consulting in fire protection engineering, forensic engineering, and security. As a 1st generation college student, Karen also proudly teaches as an Adjunct Professor in the Center for Business, Industry, Technology & Public Service at the Community College of Denver, which serves one of the most diverse student populations in the state of Colorado.


Learn more about Karen...


A strategist, keynote speaker and author, Karen is a Certified Diversity Professional and a PhD candidate at Eastern University, where her dissertation examines destructive leadership, followers, and conducive environments as a group process with attention to the technology sector, where she worked for nearly a decade. Karen’s publications include a focus on examining gender disparity in mental health, the negative outcomes associated with destructive leadership, the impact of unpaid labor on the retention of women in the workplace, and the experience Karen Perham-Lippman, MS, CDP, CAGS

of loneliness and belonging in remote workforces. Karen serves on Girls Inc. of Metro Denver's scholarship and STEM Eureka Advisory Councils and is a Governor-appointed member of Colorado's Business Experiential Learning (BEL) Commission. Karen has been recognized with numerous awards for leadership, service to nonprofits and public schools, mentoring, and dedication to youth and families in poverty.


Her recent writings:

"Empathetic or Destructive? – Impact of Leadership Behavior during a Pandemic and Ethics of Care" found in: Ethical Implications of COVID-19 Management: Evaluating the Aftershock



Tune in for "benevolent" Interviewing with Karen and industry Mentors, HR Professionals, Coaches and Recruiters.


Mock Interview

Friday, February 24th

Noon-1pm EST

Zoom






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