Selena Rezvani's goal is to propel more women into the top echelons of businesses -- an objective she achieves through her writing, consulting, and speaking engagements. She is the co-owner of Women's Roadmap, a consulting firm that elevates women into leadership through assessment, the design of gender-inclusive policies, and coaching. Outside of her consulting and coaching work, Selena promotes her message through training programs, teaching some of the brightest minds in business at Harvard, SAP, Princeton, Comcast, UBS, Duke, Johnson & Johnson, and many others.
She has been quoted, interviewed, and profiled by CareerBuilder, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ABC, and NBC. She is a regular commentator on NPR's syndicated 51 Percent: The Women's Perspective and writes columns on women and leadership for the Washington Post and Forbes. She is the author of the acclaimed career guidebooks PUSHBACK: How Smart Women Ask--and Stand Up--for What They Want (Jossey-Bass, 2012) and The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead but Won't Learn in Business School (Praeger, 2009).
Selena received her bachelor of science and master of social work degrees from New York University, and has an MBA from Johns Hopkins University, where she was the recipient of the Edward Stegman Award for academic excellence. She lives near Philadelphia. For more information, visit: www.SelenaRezvani.com.