Ellen Archer ’84 and Ariana Tadler ’89 will be presenting at the 2015 Women’s Insights on the Art of Negotiating (WIN) Summit held in New York City from September 30 to October 1, 2015. The WIN Summit is presented by The Negotiation Institute – the world’s oldest negotiation training organization and currently at the forefront of leadership innovation – and is a two-day executive development conference that unites academic faculty, prominent corporate leaders and influencers to share their research, experiences, and perspectives on how women can harness their strengths and achieve their goals.
Archer ’84 is a media executive, and publishing veteran who during her career has demonstrated success growing and transforming traditional businesses into profitable high-growth digital enterprises. She has led businesses as well as held executive publishing leadership roles at The Walt Disney Company, Random House, and Simon & Schuster. Her work has included transitioning companies from print to digital-dominant plays; new digital first content creation; revenue and margin growth; and multi-platform content and talent development.
Tadler ’89 helps individual consumers and institutional investors expose corporate misconduct and secure multimillion-and multibillion-dollar recoveries. A nationally recognized member of the plaintiffs’ bar, Ariana has 20+ years of experience litigating and managing the full spectrum of complex securities and consumer class actions, including high-profile, fast–paced cases. Ariana is also renowned for being one of the nation’s leading authorities on electronic discovery in plaintiffs’ litigation — an area she and Milberg helped pioneer. She chairs Milberg’s E-Discovery Practice Group, has authored numerous publications on E-Discovery, and is regularly invited to speak on a variety of litigation- and discovery–related topics to educate the bench and bar.
For information and to view a complete list of the presenters visit the Win Summit homepage. Please use the code WINHMT when registering for the event. Hamilton and Kirkland alumnae will receive 20% off the registration fee when the code is included on the registration page.