Having strong personal and professional networks and mentors is important to reaching our goals. They help us to thrive in our personal and professional lives by reducing feelings of isolation, increasing our feelings of support, and giving us access to a larger community. Join us for a workshop that dives into the how of creating a strategic network and finding mentor relationships through exercises and interaction with others in the room.
Facilitated by Beth Tracy, Senior Director for Faculty Development, Rutgers University
|Beth Tracy is Senior Director for Faculty Development. Beth designs, develops, and runs leadership and professional development programs for faculty at Rutgers. The programs use a comprehensive approach ─ including workshops, mentoring, individual coaching, and writing support ─ to accelerate career advancement for faculty.
Since 2008, she has managed the OASIS Leadership & Professional Development Program which has served approximately 300 faculty participants. In 2016, she initiated The Program for Early Career Excellence (PECE) to address the needs of early career tenure track faculty in all disciplines.
Prior to joining Rutgers, Beth worked for Johnson & Johnson where she was Director of Organizational Development and Co-Chair of the North American Diversity Task Force. At J&J, she focused on integrating the areas of professional development, leadership, and diversity and inclusion. She created global programs and ─ using a train-the-trainer approach ─ trained more than 4000 employees in 30 countries in the basics of professional development.
Beth received an M.S. in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. from Penn State University. She is a certified diversity facilitator and a certified coach.