If you'd like a referral to one of our physicians, please call
Center for Reproductive Health: (415) 353-7475
Tuesday, May 16, 12:00–1:30PM
Byers Auditorium, Genentech Hall
Mission Bay Campus
And, via live stream video from myfamily.ucsf.edu
RSVP encouraged ucsf.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_czLzRl4bo0muTbf
Seating is limited.
To commemorate National Women’s Health Week and to honor breastfeeding mothers returning to work, please join us as we welcome Jessica Shortall, activist and author of Work.Pump.Repeat, for a presentation and Q&A discussion that will:
The first 50 attendees will receive a copy of Work.Pump.Repeat.
Join us following the talk for refreshments, a meet and greet with the author, and to discover resources from the UC San Francisco Lactation Accommodation Program and UCSF Women's Health Resource Center.
Sponsored by the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, the Committee on the Status of Women, the Committee on Family Services, and Campus Life Services.
Jessica Shortall is a global social entrepreneur and innovator focused on the place where business and social good meet. She is a vocal advocate for working parents and an expert on the realities of workplace breastfeeding and pumping. She is known for challenging her audiences to look at old problems with fresh eyes, and toreconsider their own potential to make a difference.
Jessica draws on her global experiences in the non-profit, start-up, and corporate worlds for a rich repository of stories and lessons that are, at turns, funny, surprising, and thought-provoking. Her straightforward and brazenly honest style puts audiences at ease and invites them to learn and be inspired with her, instead of by her. But she is not content with being “inspiring”; her mission is to equip people and organizations with the tools to be great at changing the world – and changing themselves in the process. Jessica recently received two standing ovations, as the 2017 SXSW Conference's keynote speaker.