Our members' successes are a source of inspiration to everyone in the Ellevate community.
How we are perceived in the workplace is the basis for placement, projects, and ultimately positions and promotions. Dr. Martinez offers actionable insights on communicating value and contribution.
Shira Benedetto Received Proclamation From Senator Todd Kaminsky for her Philanthropic Mediumship Endeavors
Shira Benedetto, M.A. is one of the leading psychic mediums in Long Island who has partnered w/ several institutions to help the needy, working with Bethany House to raise $25,500 for homeless women.
Dress for Success Worldwide hired The Boreland Group, of which Jennefer Witter is the founder/CEO, to assist in its #GivingTuesday campaign.
Ericka is on a mission to help one million women make PowHer Moves in their career. With this in mind, she created a free course “How To Communicate With Confidence And Credibility.”
Jennifer Budveit achieved the Gold Kirkpatrick Certification for Measurement and Evaluation of Talent Development programs.
I've published my first book called The Resilient Mind - A field guide to a healthier way of life. I'm eager to share it with people who are looking for a breakthrough in life.
Dorian Baroni offered "Thrive 101 - How to hack your brain and tame your inner critic", a MaryTalk during William and Mary's first women's weekend.
In a VUCA world, it's key to know how to thrive. The Thrive 101 approach introduces three interacting 'systems' that we ignore at our own peril: the brain, the key triggers of stress and our mindsets.
Executive Council Member Jennefer Witter to Discuss "The Hidden Gender Dynamics of Workplace Conversation" at 92Y
Workplace conversation, especially between men and women, is often thought to be a simple exchange of ideas. Nope.
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Thrive Global. This is a banner moment for us! Many thanks to Ellevate member and PR wizard Jennefer Witter of The Boreland Group.
Suzanne received the "Who's Who in Black Atlanta" on September 21, 2018, which is given to people who highlight the positive achievements of African Americans.