The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, together with the India Center Foundation, the FTI Women’s Initiative, and the Council of Urban Professionals, present a moderated evening panel to explore emerging trends in workplace culture, including work-life balance, family leave policies, the nature of work, and innovations in advancing women’s careers. The panel of speakers with diverse professional backgrounds will discuss strategies to strengthen the pipeline of immigrant and South Asian women’s leadership and paths that can help to bring more women to leadership positions. The speakers will discuss ways in which women of color and immigrant women can break through existing race, class, gender, and other barriers that continue to persist in the workplace.


  • Monica Arora, Proskauer Rose LLP
  • Anuradha Ghosh-Mazumdar, Sotheby’s
  • Rupal Oza, Hunter College (Moderator)
  • Raj Seshadri, Mastercard
  • Shyama Venkateswar, Hunter College

Women, Diversity, and Leadership: Challenges and Opportunities | Posted on August 22nd, 2017 | Faculty Public Programs, Public Programs