Why Executive Women Need to Be Social Media-Savvy
Odgers Berndtson, July 29, 2016Online
Jane Griffith from Odgers Berndtson recently hosted social media strategist Lina Duque on how executives can build a powerful online presence.
Jane Griffith is a Partner and National Diversity Leader in Odgers Berndtson’s Toronto office, focused on the recruitment of senior leaders in the academic, not for profit and broader public sectors. Her clients include some of the most prominent universities, colleges and not for profit organizations in Canada. Prior to joining Odgers Berndtson, Jane worked for several national and global search firms, and founded Griffith Research, where she worked with a series of executive search companies located in Canada, the United States, Dubai and Australia. Before her career in executive search, Jane worked in the fundraising departments of the United Way of Greater Toronto, the York University Foundation, and with not for profit consulting firm KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc). Jane is an active volunteer both locally and nationally. She is a member of the Steering Committee for the 30% Club Canada, an Advisory Board Member of Informed Opinions, the Co-Chair of the Marketing Committee for Congress with AFP Toronto and the Founder of The Council of Women Executives. Jane holds a BA, Honours in Legal History from the University of Calgary, and an MA in Legal History from the University of Toronto.