GLOW Career & Empowerment Conference has ended
The Boston GLOW Career and Empowerment Conference is a day of community building and skill sharing among women and their allies. We seek to uplift and validate the characteristics that make us great employees, entrepreneurs, and leaders.

Due to the evolving risks associated with COVID-19, the 5th Annual #BostonGLOWcon will be a virtual event.

For an easy access to all links, we’ve created this Session Link Overview. 

Please review this #BostonGLOWcon Participant Guide that contains details about how to access conference Zoom sessions, how to use the technology, and tips for a successful day. We recommend reading the guide before Saturday to make sure you are prepared. At any time, please feel free to send along questions to join@bostonglow.org or text 917-291-6666.

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Amanda Finizio

Christa McAuliffe Charter School
Teacher Leader
I have been working as a middle school humanities teacher for the past 13 years. I have spent time in project-based student centered charter schools as well as other types of charter schools. I am currently a teacher leader at my school, acting for the second year as the leader of the eighth grade team. I also initiated in a group in my school last year to focus on our schools examination of equity and anti-racism. I am currently leading that group and reaching out to other organizations to support us as well as planning and executing professional development for the faculty at our school. I have been selected by the Boston foundation to give an Ed Talk on my work in this area in May. I am currently thinking about my next steps in my career, considering a move into administration or leadership positions in other organizations that are in the area of education and or equity. I would love to connect with people on both of these options.