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We@PS Podcast [Special Edition]

Working Parents Episode 2 of 2

Alexandra Hershey
Alexandra Hershey

About this Podcast

In the second episode of our two-part Working Parents series, we are joined by Alexandra Hershey, Senior Manager Agile Program Management and Program Lead for the Publicis Sapient business resource group, Women’s Leadership Network. Alexandra candidly shares her experience of maintaining a successful career with two little ones at home. She gives her advice on finding – and asking for – flexibility and provides insider tips for a sustainable work life. In our Bytes section, we discuss the relevance of alter-egos and empowerment, recruiters’ changed perspectives over the years, and how to not repeat history when it comes to diversity in tech.


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Alexandra Hershey
Alexandra Hershey
Senior Manager, Agile Program Management
Alex has been at the forefront of the WLN BRG for nearly 14 years. She initially served as a local lead for the Publicis Sapient Washington DC office, and now co-chairs the WLN Leadership Team across North America. Alex is passionate about her role on the BRG LT and considers advancing women in the workplace a must. When she isn’t at work, you can find Alex playing tennis, adventuring with her three young children or relaxing on the North Carolina beaches.

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