With an unwavering commitment to her vision, Anna Sekulow, Founder & Executive Director, One Life Movement, is a vision in herself. Remembering why each component of One Life Movement is crucial to the overall mission.
Yadira Nistal has been hailed as an innovator, and she has been assisting Executive Tags in gaining new heights by leading the company with passion, persistence, and motivation for excellent customer service.
The National Foundation for Cancer Research is a cancer-related charity co-founded by Albert Szent-Györgyi, who won the 1937 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his discovery of Vitamin C.
Shelta Richardson, CEO of The Academy of Early Learning, has worked in the field of education for over 25 years in various settings, from corporate childcare to faith-based settings. Her college career also made an impact on her work with the Academy.
One of the great lessons that Sabrina Lloyd, President & CEO, Lloyd Agencies, has learned in business is the importance of the environment. She says that the environment is the space around us, and what’s inside of us.
What does it take to transform a company into an ecosystem of independent thinkers working together to achieve the best outcome for the clients? The answer to this question lies in personable leadership.
Coming from a family with over 50 years in the construction industry, Leah knows what it takes to get her hands dirty. Growing up on a farm, she learned how to operate just about every piece of equipment and had worked for her father’s residential building company but at the time hadn’t considered construction as her career aspiration.
Laurel Werner, Founder, President, and CEO of Kilimanjaro Technology Foundation (aka KiliTech), a non-profit 501(c)3 that provides water for schools and vocation training for women in Tanzania, is an inspiration to other women with her leadership, passion for children’s education, and adventurous spirit.
Hope Moore, Founder & Executive Director, Make The Dash Count (MTDC), has a passion for giving back, which she attributes to the example set by her mother, Christine Wallett, who lived by the phrase “life is not a dress rehearsal.” The DASH refers to the little horizontal line on our gravestones; the one between the date we were born and the date we pass away.
Warm, compassionate, kind; these words come up often in descriptions of Eileen Kerlin Walsh. But while she may have a gentle manner, she’s also a powerful community influencer and successful entrepreneur.