NH Business Review presents NextGen New Hampshire, the next generation of women leaders in the Granite State.

Four inspiring Granite State women business leaders will share advice on how to develop, engage and empower the state’s emerging generation of new leaders.

The virtual event will feature a discussion on the importance of mentorship, professional development and pathways toward senior leadership. Panelists will also share pivotal experiences that had an impact on their career, tips on how to successfully navigate gender dynamics in the workplace and the value of bringing together the current and next generation of women leaders.

Thank you to those who attended this virtual event. It was a very inspiring and informative event. If you were unable to attend, a video recap is below.

Nextgen VideoOriginal air date: Wednesday, May 27th at 10 a.m. EST

Our Panel:

Pubali Chakravorty-Campbell, SHRM-SCP

As an accomplished entrepreneur, Pubali has lived through both the challenges and the successes of being a business owner. Her first company, a Manchester-based Bikram yoga studio, won multiple awards and was the focus of several local and national television, radio, and magazine features, including New Hampshire Chronicle and WMUR.

Leveraging her robust background in business administration, executive coaching, and a professional designation as a Senior Certified HR Professional, Pubali specializes in strategic human resources for business owners and leaders who want to align their business goals with those of their workforce and be employers of choice.

Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Pubali has been in New England since 1997 when she relocated to Boston to attend Boston University (B.A. Economics, ‘01). As a member of New Hampshire’s rich entrepreneurial community, she has won numerous business awards such as NH Business Review’s Outstanding Women in Business, New Hampshire Magazine’s Remarkable Women, and the NH Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty. In 2019, she was selected as one of the Granite State’s Most Influential Business Leaders by the NH Business Review.

Sara Bee, Financial Solutions Advisor, Merrill  Lynch

Sara Bee is a financial solutions advisor at Merrill Lynch in Manchester. Her finance career launched in 2013 as an internal wholesaler at Transamerica Capital, where she rose to regional vice president.

Sara is a proud Manchester West High graduate who returned home to New Hampshire in 2018 after earning her degree at the University of Colorado at Boulder and living in Denver and Nashville. She now lives in Manchester and enjoys being active in the community.

Sara is passionate about empowering youth and serves on the board of directors of Manchester Police Athletic League and coaches a girls lacrosse team through the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester. She is a Queen City Rotarian, a member of this year’s Leadership Greater Manchester class and volunteers with New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility, the New Hampshire Tech Alliance and Women in Sales NH. Sara loves skiing, live music, Lake Winnipesaukee and her puppy, Simba.

Loretta Brady, Professor, Psychology, Saint Anselm College

Loretta L.C. Brady, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist, writer, and Professor of psychology at Saint Anselm College where she directs “Requity Labs” and serves as co-director for the Center for Teaching Excellence. She serves on the boards of several task forces and local non profits including The Granite YMCA and Elliot Health System. Her award winning writing has appeared in New Hampshire Business Review, Business NH Magazine, and she has been a source for the New York Times, USA Today, and the Washington Post on issues related to workforce development and resilience. Dr. Brady’s literary work is represented by agent is Beth Marshea, Ladderbird Literary founder. Her career includes a Fulbright fellowship (’13) and a McNair fellowship (’98), She lives in Manchester, NH with her family and socially distancing dog, Zelda.

Aimee Giglio, Chief Human Resources Officer, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health

Aimee Giglio was named chief human resources officer for Dartmouth-Hitchcock/ Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health in February 2018, directing all human resources activities for nearly 10,000 employees across 30 locations. She leads a department of 80 with an annual operational budget of $20 million and reports directly to the CEO and president.

Amy had served as the interim chief human resources officer since February 2017. Prior to that, she served from 2010 to 2014 as Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health’s director of human resources talent acquisition, business partners, shared services, workforce analytics, benefits and compensation. From 2014 to 2017, she led human resources interdisciplinary teams focused on operational and strategic aspects of talent management, human capital analytics, compensation, benefits and wellness engagement.

Over the course of her leadership and as part of this role, Amy designed and implemented several employee engagement strategies, while serving as plan expert and executive leadership consultant to D-H, affiliate hospital partners and community organizations.

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