Women in Security – Staying Relevant in 2022: The Role of Diversity – 25 January 2022

  • Date: 25 January 2022
  • Time: 1:00 pm /GMT/
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Format: Webinar

The world of security and risk management is constantly evolving and challenges us to evolve with it or risk obsolescence. “How can we stay relevant?” Here is a question we hear daily. We believe “diversity” is one key element to the urgency of this question. During this interactive session, we will discuss the role of diversity in preparing for, responding to, and bouncing forward after disruptive events. We will explore 3 points and each will give an opportunity to the attendees to discuss:

  • What does “diversity” mean?
  • Learning and “diversity” – A key enabler if we want to connect better and deeper with our stakeholders
  • Decision-making and “diversity” – Diversity allows us to work around our own biases & to build trust

Speaker: Alexandra Hoffmann

Alexandra Hoffmann is the CEO of Crisis Ally, which helps Crisis Leaders and their teams build the right capabilities to thrive through crises. Crisis Ally promotes diversity and blends complementary professional expertise, background, and experience through various partnerships. Thanks to a career with the French government and large international corporations, Alexandra has a rich operational and multicultural experience base with strong expertise in Business Resilience, its boosting factors, and best practices to manage it. Alexandra is regularly interviewed in the print media to discuss corporate resilience topics, including Authority Magazine, Business Insider, or Thrive Global. She also writes for ASIS Security Management Magazine, and regularly presents at virtual events. Alexandra has an LLB in Criminal Law from Paris University, France, an M.Sc. in Corporate Security from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Alexandra is also a Certified Coach, trained in Neurosciences, and a Certified Yoga Teacher. Last but not least, Alexandra is a mom of two!