Laying out a RoadMap for Leadership with Selena Rezvani, the Co-President for Womens Roadmap and a recognized consultant, author, and speaker on women and leadership. Selena is also the author of PUSHBACK: How Smart Women Ask—And Stand Up—For What They Want and The Next Generation of Women Leaders.
Tackling the Void of Women in Leadership Positions as Maria speaks with Jeffery Tobias Halter, author of the book Selling to Men, Selling to Women about Selling and how to overcome the issues that are present for Men as they attempt to sell to Women.
Maria welcomes Amanda Stevens, author of the book PurseStrings – New Ways of Reaching the Hearts and Minds of Female Consumers.
Maria speaks with Maddy Dychtwald, a nationally recognized author, public speaker, marketing executive and entrepreneur, about the transfer of fiscal power and whether women are ready or not. Maddy is the author of Influence: How Womens Soaring Economic Power Will Transform Our World for the Better.
Maria speaks with Gloria Feldt, a national renowned activist and author. Her new book No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think about Power explores why women are stuck with such a small percentage of top leadership roles.
Maria speaks with Dr. Marsha Firestone. Dr. Firestone is an award winning speaker, author, and educator. She is also president of the Women’s Presidents Organization (WPO) – for women who lead multi-million dollar businesses.
Maria speaks with Marshawn Evans, CEO and Founder of ME Unlimited. Marshawn is a former Miss D.C. who has established a multi-platform business based on tips for womens advancement in the boardroom. An author, speaker, business owner, attorney and more, Marshawn is a shining example of how attitude and gratitude impacts winning in business.
Maria interviews power blogger, author, and HGTV personality Heather Armstrong. Heather is arguably one of the most powerful blogger in the United States â€¦. Her blog Dooce draws 157,100 of visitors monthly. That puts Dooce in the top 10 blogs. Armstrong was featured by Forbes magazine among 30 honorees on its list of The Most Influential Women In Media for 2009.
Laura Rich â€“ journalist, author of a white paper Shiny New Things that was just featured in Advertising Age. Its all about the power of the early adopter to influence others and why marketers need to know who these people are in their industry.
Kristin Maschka is the the author of a new book This is not how I thought it would be: remodeling motherhood to get the lives we want today. She tells us how mothers and their role may not have changed as much as we might think and what she did about it.