After taking time out of the workforce for several years, I not only decided it was time to go back to work- I needed to return. The question I was faced with was- How do I go back to work after this long hiatus and still feel empowered when there is so much noise out there that everything...
After taking time out of the workforce for several years, I not only decided it was time to go back to work- I needed to return. The question I was faced with was- How do I go back to work after this long hiatus and still feel empowered when there is so much noise out there that everything that has changed? Returning to work taught me two things, first, not to undervalue all of the lessons and skills that I had learned while I was not working outside the home. Second, that certain fundamental attributes I had before would always be there for me to leverage.
In this Chat I’d like you to come away with:
An action plan on next steps to get back to work
How to network/find allies/mentors/sponsors
Next steps to pay it forward
Meet The Speaker
Eden Perry is the Head of U.S. Public Finance (USPF) at S&P Global Ratings. In this position, she is responsible for managing all the USPF sectors across the country. Her role includes ensuring analytical excellence across all sectors while executing operational efficiency.
Prior to transitioning into this role, she was a Senior Director for the U.S. States Group where she managed the team, while being the primary analyst on the states of New York and Minnesota. Eden has published sector-wide reports on state pensions, debt derivatives, and debt statement analysis. In the past, Eden was a sector leader for the lease and federal lease, debt derivatives, and debt sector teams and contributed to criteria development within these sectors.
Eden is a board member of Northeast Women in Public Finance and a member of the National Federation of Municipal Analysts (NFMA). She is the Membership Chair and on the Board of Directors for the NFMA’s local affiliate the Municipal Analyst Group of New York (MAGNY). Eden is also the Secretary of the Board of ParentsNet and is actively involved in WINS; S&P Global employee resource groups.
Eden received a Bachelor’s degree in French from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. In 2000, she received a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. Upon graduating, Eden was a volunteer in the United States Peace Corps in Morocco, specifically involved in maternal and child healthcare.