In June, as part of Level5’s new Women in Strategy initiative, we had the privilege of hosting an Executive Panel, which brought together over 30 women from various industries, including retail, entertainment, financial services, construction, real estate, lottery, CPG, and regulators.
At Level5, our strength is our people, and that includes the amazing women who are an integral part of our company. To celebrate this special day, we conducted an interview to spotlight the incredible women of Level5.
"My upbringing really defined me. From a very young age, it was apparent to me that my parents were very involved in volunteerism, they were chairs of boards, and volunteers at many organizations and non-profits."
Earlier this year, Level5 Strategy Managing Partner Hua Yu hosted a three-part series with SME founders and CEOs to discuss how they’ve led their businesses and what insights they have about success in the post-pandemic market.
"Leading transformation is a bit like being the conductor of an orchestra. Although I don’t have to know how to play every instrument, I have to understand what those instruments are capable and not capable of doing."
In Part 2, we learn about the gender, racial and ethnic imbalances specific to the museum sector; and the fundamental responsibility that museums, as public cultural institutions, play in promoting healthy and thriving communities.
Level5 Strategy’s Managing Partner Hua Yu interviewed Gail Lord, co-founder and president of Lord Cultural Resources, to gain insights into the museum sector and learn about her fascinating career journey.
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