Monday, June 15, 2015
Exact location to be emailed
On Monday, June 15th at 7:00 PM please join Wharton NJ Women to learn about "Feeling of Balance". Sharon Goldstein, director of Berkeley College Online Learning, and Campus Operating Officer, will be presenting a program to WNJW that she's developed entitled "Feeling of Balance".
This is what Sharon says about the program: "Participants are active and engaged in exercises which focus them on their current alignment of values and behaviors and then continue to work through exercises and discussions that enable them to identify and remove obstacles to pave the way for a guilt-free, balanced life!"
Sharon has made the presentation at the International Forum for Women in E-learning conference and gotten fabulous feedback. Sharon Goldstein is very involved in women's networking and development. The topic of achieving and maintaining a healthy work/life balance has been of keen interest to her for many years. As a working professional and mother of three, Sharon has been juggling career, parenting, family, and a busy schedule for over 25 years. When her youngest was approaching college, she recognized that time would become an ally and began to make intentional choices about how her time would be spent. While continuing the career she enjoys as the Campus Operating Officer for Berkeley College's Online Campus, Sharon has created a "new" balance which provides greater fulfillment in all areas of her life. Sharon's continuing research combined with existing research has provided a springboard to understanding what balance is, what it looks like, and most importantly, what it "feels" like.
Sharon earned a B.A. in Psychology at Dickinson College and an M.S. in Management from The College of Saint Elizabeth. In addition, she has earned her Certified Personnel Consultant (CPC) certification.
Sharon resides with her family in Montville, New Jersey.
$15 fee includes light supper and program. Exact location of this event will be emailed when eligibility is confirmed.
Any questions please contact Sharon Kornstein, [email protected].