Join us for our January Women Veterans Empowerment Dialogues talk, a virtual chat with Marina Rabinek from Military Women’s Collective. Marina will discuss how to find a mentor, how to be a great mentor, and share resources, tips, and tricks to target your networking to make meaningful connections in and out of the military community.
Marina is a teal-haired bilingual super connector, master networker, and 24-year Navy veteran. As the Founder of Military Women’s Collective, you can find her working with women-focused nonprofits – mentoring veterans and service members transitioning from the military – on LinkedIn, and Veterati. When she isn’t taking California road trips, playing board/video games, or hanging out with her husband, daughter, and three cats… she is volunteering with local and nationwide nonprofits (FourBlock, Vets2Industry, etc.), advocating for women veterans – empowering them to feel less invisible, giving them a voice and engaging in dialogue about resources – on Warrior Women Wednesday.
Marina holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Management from Ashford University (now known as The University of Arizona Global Campus). She is currently pursuing her EMPSA (Executive Master of Public Service & Administration) with a Nonprofit Track at Texas A&M’s Bush School for Government and Public Service.
Women Veterans Empowerment Dialogues (WVEDs) is our series of informative small group talks given by speakers who are female or feminine of center veterans. Our goals are to create spaces that are inclusive and empowering for veterans, begin having the difficult conversations that are unique to the female veteran experience, and share what our organization does for the transitioning woman veteran.