Ronan Farrow ignited an international conversation with his reporting on the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct allegations for The New Yorker.
Ronan will join a historic panel discussion on respect, equality, and harassment in the workplace at WorkHuman 2018. Adam Grant, a Wharton professor and longtime advocate of greater equality in the workplace, will moderate this discussion which includes some of the leading voices of the #MeToo movement.
Ronan, the son of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow, graduated from Bard College at the age of 15. He went on to graduate from Yale Law School and was awarded a Rhodes scholarship, for which he studied international relations at Oxford University. He later became a member of the New York bar and was highly active in public service before turning his focus to journalism.
Join Ronan and the global conversation about how to bring more humanity and respect to the workplace by registering for WorkHuman 2018.
WorkHuman is a global movement of people, purpose, and passion behind bringing more humanity to today’s modern workplace. It is a management practice underpinned by global research and proven ROI that shows how companies can drive a positive employee experience that has tremendous value for both the employee and the organization.
The mission of the WorkHuman movement is to galvanize leaders worldwide to harness the transformative power of people for the next generation of HR.