Work/Life Balance: One Woman’s Story

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George E. Pake Auditorium 2006-05-10

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Work/Life Balance: One Woman’s Story

Maha El-Sayed will speak about her role as a wife and mother, raising two children, while working for The Clorox Company. Maha was born in Alexandria, Egypt and came to the US as a graduate student in 1979 to study biophysical chemistry at MIT under Dr. Mary Roberts. After MIT, she moved on to Stanford as a postdoc in Dr. Michael Fayer's lab for two years before joining Clorox. At Clorox she has held multiple positions across Product Development and Capability Building departments working on many products including: Liquid Plumr, Clorox 2, Clorox Cleanup and most recently Clorox Anywhere. Currently, she is the department manager for the Antimicrobial Technologies Platform. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, needlework, and baking as well as vacationing on any sunny sandy beach.

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