Poker Power’s GM, Erin Lydon, hosted an insightful panel featuring Melanie Weisner, Prof. Gail Berger, and April Oury. Each panelist shared their experience on and off the felt, and how poker helped shift their personal narrative. From negotiation to confidence, risk assessment to overcoming loss, learn how poker completely changed the game.
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About the panel
Poker Pro Melanie Weisner – Melanie has played poker professionally for over a decade, competing at the highest levels. She joined Poker Power’s Advisory Board excited to empower women with a powerful way of taking skills that correlate to success in the workplace and life.
Prof. Gail Berger – With over 20 years of professional experience, Gail is a Clinical Associate Professor at Northwestern University in the Kellogg School of Management, the McCormick School of Engineering, and the School of Communication. She is also the Deputy Director of the Center for Executive Women at Kellogg. Gail has been instrumental in building the partnership between Kellogg and Poker Power.
Entrepreneur April Oury – Business owner, investor, and mentor, April has successfully built and sold companies on a national level. A student and advocate of why poker matters, April inspires other women to pick up the simple card game and instill the confidence to go all-in.
What are you waiting for?
If life is a game, you should always play to win, and when it comes to betting on yourself, the stakes have never been higher. Whether you’re looking to find your voice in the office, expand your emotional intelligence within your peer group, or develop a strategy for disciplined decision-making, poker can teach you all of this and so much more. Ready to get started?
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