Creating your Elevator Pitch

Thursday, November 30, 2017 Members Only - Alliance Series

5:00 - 8:00 pm
Two locations, see sidebar for details.

Join the Women at Grant Thornton and the Financial Women of San Francisco for a night of personal improvement and networking! Our event will be centered on teaching you how to create or reinvigorate your elevator pitch and then immediately providing two separate venues for practice. First, we will facilitate the activity at the Grant Thornton office and practice among women from the Financial Women of San Francisco and Grant Thornton. Shortly after, we will put our practice into further motion by heading to the goodtimesSF networking event at Barbarossa. This provides you with a great opportunity to meet women from a variety of organizations and immediately put your teachings into practice. We look forward to seeing you there!

Light refreshments, appetizers.


Nneka MadusNneka Madus is a senior marketing associate at Grant Thornton LLP and is based in San Francisco. She specializes in driving B2B engagement through events activation within the Greater Bay Area. Nneka has spent her entire career in financial services – starting in client services for retail banking then to branding and product strategy for residential lending and now as an events marketer with Grant Thornton. Nneka is passionate about empowering women personally and professionally and is committed to delivering impactful, interactive events for Women at GT and beyond. Nneka earned her Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology and Communications from Purdue University and her MBA from Butler University Lacy School of Business.

Shelby DuncanShelby Duncan is a Senior Associate within Grant Thornton’s Advisory practice focusing on Digital Innovation and Analytics. Shelby is an active member of Grant Thornton’s Women at Grant Thornton initiative and is an advocate for equality in the workplace. In addition, Shelby has been affiliated with the Financial Women of San Francisco since 2012 when she was a Scholarship Recipient. Shelby has continued to remain engaged with the Financial Women of San Francisco and has been a Board Member for the last two years – as a Co-Chair of the Technology Committee and as a Co-Chair of the Scholarship Committee. She looks forward to this event bringing Grant Thornton and the Financial Women of San Francisco together.


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