Hosted by the Women Faculty SIG
Professional mentorship is integral to career growth, particularly for women and underrepresented groups. Traditionally, these mentoring relationships involve the pairing of individuals in different places in their career, but with similar characteristics such as gender or ethnicity. While challenges can be encountered in any mentoring relationship, there are also unique growth opportunities for individuals when discordant pairs seek to learn from each other. This webinar will discuss challenges and opportunities encountered specifically in cross-gender mentoring relationships.
- Identify challenges faced when forming cross-gender mentorship pairs.
- Provide examples of personal growth opportunities encountered, such as uncovering unconscious bias and adapting communication styles.
- Describe career growth opportunities that may be unique to cross-gender mentorship.
Amy Henneman, PharmD, BCACP, BCPS, CDCES
Associate Professor Pharmacology
Thomas F. Frist College of Pharmacy
Rashid Mosavin, R.Ph., PhD., MBA
Dean & Professor
Texas Southern University
Joan M. Lafleur College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Sharon L. Youmans, PharmD, MPH, FAPhA
Executive Vice Dean
Professor of Clinical Pharmacy
UCSF School of Pharmacy
Susan M Stein, DHEd, MS, BS Pharm, RPh
Pacific University School of Pharmacy