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I had the honor of attending the Ellevate Mobilize Women’s Summit in NYC. Imagine a room filled with 600 women from all walks of life – coming together to be inspired, to motivate each other ...
Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest (and chair of the Ellevate Network), ended the day with her closing keynote speech, and here's what she had to say.
Looks at a pivotal panel discussion with activists, and how it impacted me as a professional, a black woman and advocate for our community. “Go for what you deserve, not just for what you can win”.
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We haven't had the chance to take all of the lessons from Mobilize Women in yet, but here are a few nuggets of inspiration for you to start your week.
Yes, you. Ellevate CEO Kristy Wallace tells you why the Mobilize Women Summit is so meaningful and how you can get involved in the movement towards a more equal world.
At Ellevate, we believe in the importance of role models. In breaking barriers. In creating a new reality and a new world in which we’re all equal. This is what Mobilize Women is about.
We're honored to recognize Academy Award winning production designer Hannah Beachler as our 2019 International Woman of Change.
Mobilize Women is more than a day, it’s a movement. Our annual celebration of diversity, leadership, and equality is just days away, and it’s not too late to get in on the action.
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In this exclusive Livestream event, Ellevate’s CEO Kristy Wallace sits down with Caroline Feeney, the head of Individual Solutions for Prudential Financial, Inc., for an important conversation on EPD.
On this episode, Melissa shares her journey from almost having to file for bankruptcy to working with Peter Gabriel and her experiences with groundbreaking entrepreneurs from across the globe.
On this episode, Leslie talks about being an entrepreneur compared to the corporate world, how she reinvented herself after the publishing world, and importance of having a lifelong network.