Women’s History Month: A Panel on How to Level Up at Work

  •  March 23, 2022
     6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

In honor of Women’s History Month, join us for an insightful discussion about women and their professional journeys. Our panelists will focus on sharing their experiences that they have encountered during their career journey and obstacles they may have overcome. Our diverse panel discussion aims to highlight the unique journeys that were carved by powerful women in their respective industries and careers.

Attendees will walk away with actionable advice and insight on navigating the professional workplace as a women and receive sources of support. 


Janielle Moye, Management Development Team, GEICO

Hi! I’m Janielle Moye, most folks call me Jane but either is fine. I was born and raised in Queens, New York and I currently live in Suffolk County. My Alma Mater is Queens College and I was able to graduate with a major in Psychology, a minor is Business and Liberal Arts and an additional minor in Counseling & Student Services in 2020. During my time as a senior in undergrad I worked with Adults with Autism. After graduating I applied to and successfully stared working at GEICO full time within their Management Development Program. My current goals would include developing more as a young woman in Cooperate America while sharpening my leadership skills. Outside of work I enjoy traveling, listening to all kinds of music, and watching Anime.


Meghan Cafarelli, Senior Publicist, WarnerMedia

Meghan Cafarelli serves as a Senior Publicist for WarnerMedia on the Corporate Communications and Media Relations team. In this role, Meghan is responsible for the development of the overall corporate narrative for WarnerMedia and shaping the integrated communications strategy.



Alexis Polanco,  Campus Recruitment, Bloomberg LP 

Alexis Polanco leads entry level recruiting for CUNY at Bloomberg across the enterprise businesses. Prior to joining Bloomberg, she was the North America Campus Recruiting lead for Sales and Trading and J.P. Morgan. Alexis has experience in diversity recruiting and learning and development within finance and law. She has a Masters from New York University and a Bachelors from Lasell University. She is passionate about creating opportunities for students within finance and enjoys volunteering in her spare time.


Nancy D. Miller works with people of all ages that are blind and multi-disabled and their families and unpaid caregivers. She is Executive Director/CEO of VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired since 1987. VISIONS serves over 7000 people each year with in-home, community and center-based day and overnight services. She manages VISIONS annual budget of $11.6 million. With 102 full time and part time staff, VISIONS has an impressively low 7% turnover rate. 87 cents of every dollar is spent on programs with only 13 cents spent on administration and fundraising. VISIONS is #1 in job placements of legally blind New Yorkers for six years in a row.

Ms. Miller has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Cornell University and a Master of Science Degree in Social Work from Columbia University in group work and aging. Ms. Miller serves on the Board of Directors of LiveOn New York. She is a founder and volunteer Board President of the New York Vision Rehabilitation Association and serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Gerontological Social Work and the Priorities and Policy Committee of the Human Services Council. She is appointed by the Mayor to the Senior Advisory Committee to the NYC Department for the Aging. She has been an active member of the 500 Greenwich Street Condominium Association since VISIONS purchased its office on the 3rd floor in 1997. She has received numerous awards, chairs various committees and is a frequent presenter on vision loss and aging.





This is an event taking place virtually. Additional details may be sent to you after registration.