Founder and Chief Catalyst @InHerShoesMVMT. Ringleader of @OrendaCollective. Certified Social Impact strategist. Social entrepreneur, author, renegade, avid lip syncer. Passionate about giving back.
90% of startups fail in their first year. Effective teams, management, and leadership is a common denominator of the 10% that don't. Over 15 years of practical experience in creating, hiring, and building teams; failing, exceeding, and expanding management; and studying, fostering, and causing leadership. Walk away with: 1) clarity on your gap, 2) identifying what your gap is costing, 3) practical recommendations that can be implemented now
Practical experience from personal social enterprise expanding in 5 cities over last 5 years. Worked with organizations such as Ashoka, Youth Assembly United Nations, GOOD Worldwide, IDEO, ReWork, to name a few. Certified Social Impact strategist from University of Pennsylvania.
Walk away with: 1) Clarity on your pain point, 2) Recommendations on next steps, 3) A list of curated resources and feasible opportunities
Certified Social Impact Strategist from University of Pennsylvania. Practical experience from personal social enterprise expanding in 5 cities over last 5 years. Walk away with: 1) Clarity on your pain point, 2) Recommendations on next steps, 3) A list of curated resources and feasible opportunities
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. Whether you're a small business or have been around the block, partnerships and collaboration not only validates proof of concept, but allows you to fulfill on your mission and objective that much faster. Personal experience in creating partnerships with top companies like AirBnb, The Honest Company, and General Assembly. Walk away with: 1) clarity on what you actually need in a strategic partner (not what you think you should be asking for), 2) a list of top 5 strategic partner(s) that are "fit" for your need, and 3) what you have to offer, 4) guidance on effectively communicating your "ask"
Over 10 years personal experience in career hopping, founding my own startup, and both wins and failures in and out of the office. Walk away with: 1) clarity on what is actually stopping you, 2) distinguishing any internal conversations about your career that you didn't know (and perhaps didn't know that you didn't know) you had, 3) creating 5 career goals, and 4) 3 measurable results and actions that further your career goals