Our members' successes are a source of inspiration to everyone in the Ellevate community.
Kathleen Powers Dunlap, CEO of GIrls Who Invest, spoke at the Great Lakes ACG Capital Connection, where she talked about the lack of diversity in investment management.
Alexandra Dickinson, Founder and CEO of Ask For It, was quoted in an article on CNBC.com about learning how to become a better negotiator.
Kathleen Burns Kingsbury's new book, "Breaking Money Silence: How to Shatter Money Taboos, Talk More Openly About Finances, and Live a Richer Life" will be published on September 30, 2017.
Ellevate's San Diego Chapter has won a Hera Heroine award for Top Professional Women's Organization by Hera Hub.
Susanne Cappendijk's EDSnaps ran a free 3-week Pilot STEM Summer Program this past July, with field trips, hands-on workshops, and tools and opportunities to strengthen soft and hard skills.
Fisher Creative LLC, a marketing communications firm, is growing to better provide new and existing clients with public relations and social media marketing.
One of only 11 female CEOs nominated, Candice Hunter Corby has been recognized as one of Austin's Best CEOs of 2017 by the Austin Business Journal.
Luci Lampe, Founder of the Sexy Mama Movement and author of Achieving Sexy: Redefining Your Momlife & Mombod, was a guesst on San Diego's News 8 to talk about her Sexy Mama's Day Out Party
Jennifer Openshaw, CEO of Girls with Impact, will speak at the organization's first Girls Entrepreneurship Summit in September.
Race car driver and STEM advocate Julia Landauer is featured in an article on Bloomberg Businessweek.
Pipeline garners 1.5M impressions in their inaugural consumer listening campaign, #FixTheLeakyPipeline.
Jennifer Wappaus has been named one of the Forbes Top Next Generation Wealth Advisors on Forbes.com.
Ellevate members are part of the movement to close the
gender achievement gap.
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