Our members' successes are a source of inspiration to everyone in the Ellevate community.
RM Harrison, business strategist, shares her advice for Black business women in a recent OPEN Forum article.
Dr. Sheron Brown of the Ellevate Tampa chapter in Florida, was selected as a member of the class of 2018 in Leadership St. Pete, one of the oldest leadership programs in America.
Kathleen Burns Kingsbury was interviewed by Matt Goren and Michael Gene Thomas on the NPR radio show, 'Nothing Funny about Money.'
Minda Harts, Founder and CEO of The Memo, has landed a book deal with Seal Press and will release her debut book in Spring 2019.
Dr. Martha Menard is now a contributor at Benzinga.com. She has published the first article in women's wealth gap series for the site.
Kimberle Seale has completed her first book, "Mind The Gap: Unleashing Limitless Business Performance," which is set to be released May 2018.
Jennefer Witter, CEO of The Boreland Group. will discuss the impact unconscious bias has on the workplace at the Leadership Summit in Arlington, VA. Her co-presenter is Karen Bate of KB Concepts PR.
Michelle Giuda, Senior Vice President of Global Corporate Communications at Weber Shandwick, has been appointed to the State Department as Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs.
Connie Wedel spoke at the LEAP HR Life Sciences conference, where she talked to a roomful of human resources executives on rethinking how to achieve diversity in leadership in their organizations.
Pawneet Abramowski will speak at the FinTech & Emerging Payment Systems Conference which brings the latest fintech innovations impacting Financial Services, Alternative Lending & Payments Industries.
Kathleen Burns Kingsbury's keynote will highlight the cost of money silence to clients, advisors, and society, and offer practical strategies for breaking money silence.
Barbara Bates Sedoric, Founder of LastingMatters, engaged in a meaningful conversation with a sold-out multigenerational audience about getting creative with "death" at CreativeMornings/PKX.
Ellevate members are part of the movement to close the
gender achievement gap.
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