September 21 Workshop: I am Remarkable

with Melissa Kellner and Caroline Riley

Challenge the social perception around self-promotion

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We look forward to seeing you online for this insightful presentation.

#IamRemarkable is a Google initiative empowering women and other underrepresented groups to celebrate their achievements in the workplace and beyond.  Many of us struggle when it comes to talking about our own accomplishments. Cultural and gender modesty norms and imposter syndrome can prevent anyone from acknowledging their remarkable attributes and expressing their achievements.

During the 90 minute workshop, you will learn the importance of self-promotion in your personal and professional life and be equipped with tools to develop this skill. Participants will be invited to challenge the social perception around self-promotion.

Date: Tuesday, September 21

Location: Online with Zoom

Price: $15 Members, $25 Non-Members

Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Please note that this is STEP ONE of a TWO-STEP Registration Process.

Step One: Register for the Event using the button below.

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Once you click on the button below and register, you will see both a confirmation page AND our booking system will send you a confirmation message to the email you used to register with us.

Step Two: The ZOOM link shown on the confirmation page and within the confirmation email will take you to a second page, which is the registration process for our ZOOM Virtual Meeting Room. That page will ask you to re-enter your name and email to confirm. This second registration will then generate an invitation email containing your UNIQUE MEETING LINK AND PASSCODE for logging in to the workshop.

Yes, we realize that a double registration process can be a bit frustrating. However, the goal is to ensure a safe, secure, and private online workshop experience.

Thank you for your patience with this extra SHIFT safety process.

Your Presenters

Melissa Kellner

Melissa is a sales leader with Google focused on serving large companies based in Minnesota. One of her passions is creating strategic partnerships with companies and helping them leverage Google's culture and technology to transform their business.  

Before joining Google, Melissa was a Sales Leader for a Customer Experience Application team at Oracle. She has spent most of her career in technology but began her professional life in the healthcare space. As a steward leader, seeing the individuals grow and thrive is the ultimate accomplishment!  

Melissa earned an MBA and BA with a major in Clinical Psychology at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. Outside of work, she and her better half live in Minneapolis and have 1 tween and 3 teenagers at home. She loves running, cycling, yoga, golf, and skiing...anything outside!

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Caroline Riley

Caroline is a Cloud Culture Transformation Leader at Google, focusing on the unique cultural and innovation differentiators Google Cloud brings to the market. As part of her role on the Culture Transformation Team, Caroline works internally and externally to advance the understanding of factors that lead to strong cultures, the programmatic shifts that are necessary, and the benefits that result.

In addition to her focus on transformation through technology, Caroline has a passion for building strong communities. She serves on the Board of Directors for Altus Academy, a non-profit school for underserved students in Chicago’s Lawndale neighborhood. 

Caroline holds an MBA in Strategy, Marketing, and Finance from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Carthage College, majoring in MIS and Business, with a minor in Computer Science.


In the event that SHIFT cancels a program, you’ll receive a refund of your registration payment. 

SHIFT will not issue credits or refunds in the following circumstances: 

  • You cancel your registration
  • You register but do not attend
  • You attend but leave early
  • You do not attend all sessions of a multi-session course

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