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Erica is a nationally recognized writer on innovation, millennials, communities, multi-generations, and leadership. She is available for interviews in national or TV media by clicking here. Her Forbes pieces have reached over 20,000 views in less than 48 hours based on her fresh content tailored to the next generation.
NextGen Podcast, Millennial Myth Busting, Connectional Intelligence and More
Fast Company, 5 Innovation Lessons I Learned on the Dance Floor
Harvard Business Review, How "Progressive" is Gen Y on Gender, Really?
Chief Learning Officer Magazine, Unleash Gen Y's Connectional Intelligence
ForbesWoman, How Millennials Can Earn A Seat at the Table
ForbesWoman, Davos: a romance with social entrepreneurship?
ForbesWoman, Business Schools Must Teach Unlearning
Huffington Post, Gen Y Women Need to Take The Stage
ForbesWoman, Gen Y Workforce and Workplace are Out of Sync
Business Insider, Millennial Women are Burning Out by the Age of 30
No Country for Young Women, Erica Dhawan, 20s, Entrepreneur, Writer, Speaker, & Consultant
GRAB & GO BIO:
Erica Dhawan is the Founder & CEO of Cotential, a global innovation firm that helps organizations unleash the connected potential of people everywhere to maximize opportunities and solve their most pressing challenges. Through keynote speaking and consulting, she teaches business leaders and companies innovative strategies to create increasing value for customers and clients, deliver sustainable results and ensure future global competitiveness. Erica speaks on global stages ranging from the World Economic Forum at Davos to companies such as Fedex, Pepsico, and McGraw Hill Financial. Erica writes for Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Fast Company and the Huffington Post. She serves as a board member to Deloitte's Inclusion External Advisory Council. She is a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council, Aspen Institute Socrates Society, TEDx fellows, and World Economic Forum Global Shapers. Previously, she worked at Lehman Brothers and Barclays Capital. She has a MPA from Harvard University, a MBA from MIT Sloan, and a BS in Economics from The Wharton School.