What does a "real" work and life balance mean? There’s no one size fits all answer. It all depends on the person! In this session, we will discuss how to improve productivity, relationships and stress management to create that work life balance we are all seeking.
Katelyn Gainer, Marketing & Events Manager
About Jayne Juvan, Partner, Tucker Ellis
Jayne Juvan serves as chair of the Mergers & Acquisitions and Securities & Capital Markets practice groups at Tucker Ellis.
She also serves as vice chair of the American Bar Association's Corporate Governance Committee, and she is the co-editor of the firm’s blog on corporate law, Lingua Negoti, which means “the language of business.”
Jayne has a broad practice that touches upon a variety of disciplines and advises investors, boards of directors and management teams on corporate transactions, regulatory compliance and fiduciary duties. She counsels public and high-growth private companies, private equity funds, and venture capital funds from initial formation through all stages of the business life cycle.
Jayne frequently can be found in the boardroom with directors as they make highly impactful, potentially transformative, and confidential decisions. She is often tapped to assist corporate boards to maximize effectiveness and institute best practices. As co-chair of the American Bar Association's Task Force on Director Misconduct, she is also regularly called upon to advise corporate boards during their most challenging situations.
Whether making a decision to grow or divest corporate assets, clients in a variety of industries — including the heavily regulated health care industry — turn to Jayne for her strategic advice. She navigates complex issues that arise in transactions of all sizes and has been a key advisor on deals valued from approximately $5 million to more than $1 billion. Examples of other industries in which Jayne has served as counsel include including financial services, technology, energy, transportation and logistics, and manufacturing.
Jayne passionately stays abreast of emerging boardroom issues, macroeconomic and financial factors that impact global deal activity, and the potential influence of geopolitical events on corporate strategy. A frequent and sought-after writer and speaker featured in the Harvard Business Review and Forbes for her unique use of social media as an attorney, Jayne covers the daily developments in these areas on Twitter at twitter.com/jaynejuvan.
Jayne and her husband Dan, who are both black belts in Tae Kwon Do, met in martial arts and competed nationally together in forms and freestyle sparring. Originally from Ohio, they are proud to call Cleveland home and enjoy raising their young twin sons Alexander and Zachary in the area.
Thank you to Paladar Latin Kitchen for providing this session’s dinner.
Cost: $30 includes dinner (scroll down for specific ticket)
Engage! Cleveland Employer Members: $25 with discount code
Companies purchasing 10 or more tickets can receive 10% savings, please email Katelyn@engagecleveland.com for discount code.