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Join us for this weekly, safe, online space for Executive women to connect peer-to-peer through casual conversation guided by Ellevate CEO, Kristy Wallace and rotating guest experts.
What if you truly believed that you could not make a mistake? How would that change your life and how you view obstacles? Join our Breakfast Club conversation around Mastery vs. Performance Goals.
Finding love can be a challenge under normal circumstances and even more so now. In this workshop, you will learn 4 steps you can take now to find the right person for a lifelong relationship.
Loren Shumate will talk about the advantages of authenticity and provide skills to approach ourselves with greater confidence to achieve the life and leadership we seek.
100 years ago on August 18, 1920 women won ratification of the 19th Amendment and the right to vote! Enjoy a conversation with renowned speaker, Patti Russo.
Out pick for a great summer read is Becoming by Michelle Obama. Read the whole book, a chapter or the summary, come and discuss how YOU are Becoming!
When everything feels hard, how do you turn that around to become powerful and confident? Kim Carpenter will teach you a process to use anytime you feel unsure of how to reclaim your power.
Join the Women Seeking Confidence roundtable! This is a weekly, virtual space for women to connect through casual guided conversation hosted by confidence coach, Jen Walter.
Join us as we chat about all things diversity, equity, inclusion and BLM
Are you struggling to define your personal brand during these times of uncertainty and constant change? You won't want to miss our August speaker!
Join our weekly, online space for entrepreneurs and business owners to connect peer-to-peer through casual guided conversation hosted by expert, Deb Boulanger & friends.
Join us for a discussion on the book "Sizing People Up" written by former FBI agent Robin Dreeke. Walk away with his 6-step system for predicting the behavior of others.