Elsevier Sponsors May 31 Maryville Talks Women and Leadership Event
May 3, 2013
St. Louis -Maryville University's new series Maryville Talks Women and Leadership moves ahead at the end of the month with a second seminar, "It's Not A Job, It's An Adventure," sponsored by Elsevier.
Four of Elsevier's senior officers will present at the event set for 7:30 a.m. Friday, May 31, in the Maryville University Auditorium. Tickets, which include a continental breakfast, cost $30 per person.
Jeri Shultz, director of the Institute for Continuing Studies at Maryville, says the morning presentation will give attendees a look at today's changing workplace.
"Demands, expectations and the quest for personal satisfaction in a job continue to evolve,"
she said. "Experts on this panel will bring the audience insight on planning careers in the 21st Century and will entertain and educate along the way."
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, vice president of M&A Transition Planning at Elsevier. She has more than 25 years of experience at at the company working in finance, e-product development, project management and operations. Her experience also includes oversight of acquisition merger integration and divestiture planning services on a global basis. Her special assignments often include change management, systems implementation and process improvements.
Nancy Stemme, senior HR business partner supporting the nursing and health professional business unit. She has been with Elsevier since March 2012. Previous positions include senior human resource positions with companies such as Panera Bread, Solutia, Inc., The Premcor Refining Group and Mallinckrodt.
vice president/publisher of nursing. Her publishing career began at Elsevier in 1988 as an editorial assistant in the college publishing division. After several years in product development, she moved to the nursing editorial department as an acquisitions editor. During more than 10 years in nursing, she managed several key areas such as review and testing, pediatric nursing, community health and others. She has served as an executive publisher in nursing for the past 6 years.
, vice president of marketing for nursing and health professions. Blanner's team leads the go-to-market strategies for print and electronic product suites, including positioning, pricing, branding, promotion and in-person events. In addition, she manages a NHP customer support team that is dedicated to providing the best post-sales experience possible for customers. Previously, she was the vice president of corporate communication for Reed Elsevier in New York City.