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2012_02_02 Godiwalla one-sheet.pdf 0332

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Nina Godiwalla 8611 Manhattan Drive Houston, TX 77096
Nina Godiwalla 8611 Manhattan Drive Houston, TX 77096

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
Diversity andInclusion
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Women andLeadership
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Leading fromWithin
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 AuthenticLeadership
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Leading Without Authority
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Second-generationimmigrantexperience
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Hillary Clinton’sexecutive staff atDepartment of State
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Dow Chemical
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Goodwill Industries
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Nina
 
is an authoritative and engagingspeaker who presents on careers, leadership,stress management and diversity in theworkplace. She has delivered training andkeynote speeches at a wide variety of venues.For each of her clients, Nina uniquely tailors hermessage to keep audiences tuned and excitedabout their potential.Let us discuss with you how Nina can help youmeet some of your organization’s needs!
A little more about her
...
Nina Godiwalla is the bestselling author of 
Suits: A Woman on Wall Street,
 which
The New York Times
describes as '
The Devil Wears Prada
' of investment banking. The book is an insider's perspective on her experience atMorgan Stanley from an outsider's point of view — woman, second-generationIndian American and Texan.
USA Today
chose
Suits
as a top pick, and
FORTUNE Magazine
calls it a "must read".Ms. Godiwalla is also the CEO of MindWorks, which provides leadership anddiversity training to corporations and other professional organizations. Inaddition to running MindWorks, she is an industry leader for
The Wall StreetJournal
Executive Task Force for Women in the Economy, leadershipinstructor for The University of Texas MBA Program, and writer for
WhartonMagazine
.After spending almost a decade working for Fortune 500 corporations, shebecame a qualified stress management instructor through the University of Massachusetts Medical School. MindWorks courses are based on the Self Awareness Program she designed and led for The Wharton School of Business, where she earned her M.B.A. She also holds a master’s degreefrom Dartmouth and a B.B.A. from The University of Texas.
Speaking topics:Contact publicist@mindworkscorp.com for further inquiries or to book an engagement.Prior engagements

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