James Hamerstone - author - , A Woman’s Framework for a Successful Career and Life

James Hamerstone

James Hamerstone is an adjunct assistant professor of management at Gettysburg College, where he created the popular “Women in Organizations” seminar. In addition to his work on women in the workforce, he teaches courses on international management and human resources management. Hamerstone is a frequent speaker on the topic of women and work, most notably at Harvard University, Cornell University, University of Pennsylvania, John Hopkins University and Case Western Reserve University. Prior to teaching, he was a senior vice president of human resources at University Hospitals Case Medical Center and a senior human resource executive at TRW, Inc. Hamerstone is co-author of A Woman’s Framework for a Successful Career and Life. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Gettysburg College, and a master of education degree in organizational behavior from Harvard University.

Lindsay Musser Hough

Lindsay Musser Hough is a principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP. She has more than 15 years of experience in the management consulting industry, focusing mainly on assisting government agencies implement large-scale transformations and innovative programs. Hough has worked with clients ranging from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration to the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services. Prior to consulting, she was an evaluator at the U.S. Government Accountability Office and research assistant at Independent Sector. Throughout her career, Hough has been active in workplace diversity and inclusion efforts, and has coached young women on career development topics, including career navigation, networking, work-life fit and personal branding. She is co-author of A Woman’s Framework for a Successful Career and Life. Hough holds bachelor’s degrees in psychology and music from Gettysburg College, and a master’s degree in public administration from American University.