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Ashley Pincott is the Founder of Resilience in Motion. Ashley has a BA in Psychology from UBC and an MA in Organizational Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology. Her Masters thesis was on the topic of Female Executive Leadership Resilience. The purpose of her study was to explore how female executive leaders conceptualize resilience in the context of their work lives, and to uncover similarities across strategies that these women use in order to be resilient in their leadership roles. Ashley presented her findings at the 2015 WNORTH Conference in Whistler and has subsequently presented in front of audiences at the International Leadership Association Conference and Harvard University. Check out some of the highlights from her WNORTH talk. For more info on the 2016 WNORTH Conference taking place April 20-22, visit www.wnorthconference.com

Maturity is a gift. In this video, Sable discusses critical lessons she learned and wished she knew at an earlier stage in her career and managing her finances

It takes more great performance to move forward in your career. In this video, you will discover the secret sauce for succeeding in your job. Make your mark and put yourself on the road to continuous success.

Susan Avarde creates and builds brands by originating and activating “Future fit” ideas. Her modern worldview has helped 45+ companies globally. As the Head of Global Brand at Citigroup she was the driving force behind creating the iconic Citi Brand, now a beacon in 100+ countries. Renowned for her vision and storytelling ability as exemplified by “The World’s Citi” and the 200 years global campaign, Susan created magnetic themes to empower business growth. During her tenure at Citi, marketing won 200+ awards. Susan has been invited to the White House twice and is a TED, Forbes Women and Fortune Most Powerful Women participant. Her various speaking engagements have been moderated by The New York Times, eBay and The Economist. Fast Company Magazine plus The Women’s Venture Fund have recognized her innovative work and she was recently honored as one of "Gotham’s Visionary Leaders" by the WCCNY.

Ellyn Shook is Accenture’s Chief Human Resources Officer, responsible for the company’s talent strategies and people programs that support differentiation and both organic and inorganic growth. In this role she leads a global team of human resources professionals focused on delivering an exceptional employee experience that encompasses recruiting, learning and development, compensation, benefits, equity programs, engagement and retention, and employee relations. She is also a member of Accenture's Global Management Committee. Ms. Shook serves on the advisory board of Women in Business at Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota and the Women's Leadership Board for WAPP at Harvard's Kennedy School. She is a member of the HR50 division of World50, Columbia Cancer Advisory Council and the American Health Policy Institute Board of Governors. She is actively involved as a member of Women in America, the Ellevate Network and the Women’s Forum of New York. A recent article in Forbes.com named Ms. Shook one of the top 10 CHROs.

Geri is President of Ventureneer, content marketing, market research, and education company that helps organizations reach small businesses. As a writer (author of Forget the Glass Ceiling: Building Your Business Without One and Stand Out In the Crowd: How Women (and Men) Benefit From Equity Crowdfunding and Forbes contributor writing about the success factor of women entrepreneurs), consultant, teacher (Kauffman FastTrac facilitator and former adjunct professor at The New School) and speaker, Geri has helped thousands of entrepreneurs take their vision to reality, develop their business plan, and learn the strategies and tactics they need to grow their businesses. In this video, Geri shares her insights on networking. "Women Who Lead" is a women’s leadership video series featuring inspirational and powerful female voices in business, tech, media and the corporate world. From communication skills to financial management, networking to career advancement, Ellevate Network members provide professional tips and personal anecdotes to empower all women (and men) to become better, more effective leaders.

Natalia Oberti Noguera, who was named one of the “55 most influential women on Twitter” by Fortune, is founder and CEO of Pipeline Fellowship, which is a women’s bootcamp for angel-investing. She has been featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, Mashable, Reuters Money, TechCrunch, The New York Times, and Fast Company's Co.Exist Change Generation series. Natalia offers insights on raising capital for female entrepreneurs. "Women Who Lead" is a women’s leadership video series featuring inspirational and powerful female voices in business, tech, media and the corporate world. From communication skills to financial management, networking to career advancement, Ellevate Network members provide professional tips and personal anecdotes to empower all women (and men) to become better, more effective leaders.

Jennefer Witter is the founder and CEO of The Boreland Group Inc., a boutique public relations firm headquartered in New York City. Jennefer is also the author of "The Little Book of Big PR: 100+ Quick Tips to Get Your Small Business Noticed," and has appeared multiple times in the Associated Press, TheStreet.com, and other forums. Previously, she was the public relations expert for Inc.com TV and a contributor to AOL Small Business. "Women Who Lead" is a women’s leadership video series featuring inspirational and powerful female voices in business, tech, media and the corporate world. From communication skills to financial management, networking to career advancement, Ellevate Network members provide professional tips and personal anecdotes to empower all women (and men) to become better, more effective leaders.

Susan Bratton is a veteran of Wall Street who is the founder and CEO of Meals to Heal, a nutrition platform for cancer patients. In this video, part of the “Women Who Lead” video series from 92Y and Ellevate Network, she shares savvy leadership and fundraising advice for women. "Women Who Lead" is a women’s leadership video series featuring inspirational and powerful female voices in business, tech, media and the corporate world. From communication skills to financial management, networking to career advancement, Ellevate Network members provide professional tips and personal anecdotes to empower all women (and men) to become better, more effective leaders.

In this video Amanda Steinberg, the CEO and founder of DailyWorth, discusses the misconceptions about women and money. We are thrilled to be partnering with 92nd Street Y to present "Women Who Lead," a unique women’s leadership video series featuring inspirational and powerful female voices in business, tech, media and the corporate world. From communication skills to financial management, networking to career advancement, Ellevate Network members provide professional tips and personal anecdotes to empower all women (and men) to become better, more effective leaders. The video series will be released in advance of 92Y’s Women inPower, a dynamic cross-sector fellowship program designed to help high-potential women advance to the next stage of their career, the C-suite. Sallie Krawcheck kicks of the series intoday's video. To learn more about Women Who Lead, click here and check out our newsletter every week for the next video in the series.

In this video Sallie Krawcheck, the chair of Ellevate Network and Ellevate Asset Management and past CEO of Merrill Lynch and Smith Barney, talks about the power of diversity. We are thrilled to be partnering with 92nd Street Y to present "Women Who Lead," a unique women’s leadership video series featuring inspirational and powerful female voices in business, tech, media and the corporate world. From communication skills to financial management, networking to career advancement, Ellevate Network members provide professional tips and personal anecdotes to empower all women (and men) to become better, more effective leaders. The video series will be released in advance of 92Y’s Women inPower, a dynamic cross-sector fellowship program designed to help high-potential women advance to the next stage of their career, the C-suite. Sallie Krawcheck kicks off the series intoday's video. To learn more about Women Who Lead, click here and check out our newsletter every week for the next video in the series.

Sallie Krawcheck speaks to the women of Ellevate Charlotte about how their biggest asset is themselves.