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On this week’s episode, we talked about her consulting and coaching agency, Fireball Network, using Ellevate as a member and the importance of creating a voice for yourself.
2018 has been a big year for Ellevate, and we're taking the time to set our intentions for an even better 2019. Here's our 2018 year in review.
Returning to work at Mitchell, Sarah talks about the importance of selecting the right people, nurturing leadership and growth, as well as how a company’s culture can make or break the work itself.
On this episode, Amber talks about the importance of shared responsibility in families, as well as what could be done to involve more girls and women in the field of tech.
On this episode, Mike talks about the diversity at XO Group and how it impacts growth and leads to more success, women as Board of Directors members, and the impact his wife had on him.
In this episode, Chelsea talks about the stigma surrounding menstruation, lack of access to proper menstrual hygiene products among certain populations, and The Pink Tax.
In this episode, we talk with Sarah about how her business grew so drastically over the past few years, their “bento box” that tripled company revenue overnight.
In this episode, we talk with Hannah and Jade about what it was like to dive head-first into a new industry, as well as how they manage their relationship as both business partners and spouses.
In this episode, Whitney talks about the thought process and research behind her book as well as what it means to disrupt yourself.
In this episode, RM Harrison traces her path to becoming a Pivot Strategy Consultant and explores how entrepreneurs can stay in touch with the inner motivations.
In this episode, Katie gives an honest account of what it's like to transition into a different industry.
In this episode, Elizabeth discusses the exceptional power of individual giving, and she provides a refreshing example for how companies can create equal opportunities for flextime employees.