Our CEO, Nancy F. Clark, is a Forbes partner and an expert in developing programs to help women enjoy a fulfilling career. A respected authority for 15 years, Nancy has been the featured speaker at the Pentagon, National Institutes of Health, as well as major corporations and universities.
Early on, she found that learning business skills was important for clients but didn’t guarantee long-lasting feelings of success and fulfillment. When she began adding the latest techniques in positive psychology, clients increased their business and leadership skills, plus they raised their happiness levels. The results were amazing!
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Lisa Serwin is CFO of VentureBeat, featuring the latest tech news. She is also a recognized expert in healthcare technology and personal finance and has been featured in/on Wired.com, Forbes.com, SheKnows, Huffington Post, CBS Radio, NPR, Popular Science and others. She is a member of Life Science Angels in Silicon Valley.
Vanessa DiMauro is CEO at Leader Networks. Vanessa’s 20 years as a social business executive enables her to shepherd industry best practices and practical solutions. Together this represents 250 online communities, 20 million users for 110 organizations. Her award-winning track-record is fueled by a business-savvy, passion, experience and research.
As an advisor, speaker and educator, she walks in the customer’s shoes and looks for ways to help translate their needs to effective social business, online community and integrated marketing strategies and operations.
As the go-to authority on marketing to women, women in leadership and women’s growing role in shaping the 21st century, Barletta has been quoted on CBS, ABC, MSNBC and NPR, as well as in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, and many other publications worldwide.
Laura Lee knows a lot about dramatic career changes. After graduating from Harvard Business School she skipped the Wall Street route and headed instead for Viacom, where she eventually developed shows for Spike TV, VH1, and MTV.
From there she dove into digital media at YouTube, where she helped transform the company from its early days as a cat-video host to the brand name video-sharing website and major media partner it is today.
And most recently Lee signed on as Margaritaville Enterprises’ president of media and chief digital officer.
Mary Spio is the Founder and President of NextGalaxy which is an integrated suite of content management and delivery tools for virtual reality content.
Among her many accomplishments, she is best known for creating and holding patents on the technology used to digitally release feature films. Mary and her team at Boeing worked with LucasFilms to be the first to digitally distribute major motion pictures over satellite. Mary is on the USA Today panel of CEOs, Presidents, Founders, and Chairmen where she advises on leadership trends a few times a year. She is named alongside Oprah in NBC News and the GRIO’s 100 History makers in the making.
Joanna Bloor is Co-Founder of The Amplify Lab and was formerly the V.P. Sales Operations for Pandora.
Joanna is a member of Hipower, a select group of women corporate leaders focused on accelerating member’s leadership roles from professional success to wide-ranging significance. Hipower is organized under Leading Women in Technology, dedicated to unleashing the potential of professionals who advise technology businesses and executives.
Joanna presents frequently on a wide range of topics related to the advertising operations industry. As someone who works daily with young, energetic and ambitions Millennials, Joanna speaks passionately about how to guide this new generation of workers and get the very best out of them. “They can create magic if you ask the right questions and provide appropriate structures.”
Director, Marketing, EMEA & Russia. Global/EMEAR co-lead for Connected Women at Cisco —
Leading pan-EMEAR/regional team responsible for financial operations, content marketing (from brand & thought leadership through to revenue marketing), social selling, regional partner and distributor marketing and communications.
Global and EMEAR co-lead for Connected Women at Cisco, a voluntary global community run by employees to attract, develop, retain and celebrate talented women as part of a competitive and diverse workforce.
Jessica Fish is a Senior Strategist at Leader Networks and is also the Director of the Center for Global, Race, and Diversity Studies at the University of New Hampshire (UNH). Jessica’s skill set resides at the intersection of online community building and social justice. For the past 10 years, she has held leadership positions for influential collaboration initiatives at organizations such as Harvard University, the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium and the Palladium Group’s Execution Premium Community (XPC).
Seema Miller has been named by Business Insider as one of the Top 30 Creative Women in Advertising. Seema is chief strategy officer of David & Goliath. See her valuable advice to women in business: Secrets To Success For Impatient Women.
FastCompany says, “Joanna Riley is an anomaly in Silicon Valley.” The 32-year-old founder and CEO of 1-Page, a San Francisco-based recruiting technology company opted to go public rather than continue raising funding from venture capital firms. Ranked as one of the top 3 HR technologies in the US, 1-Page changes the dynamics of hiring through a platform where candidates are engaged to compete for jobs based on their ability to solve company’s real challenges & strategic objectives on 1-Page Proposals.
Joanna brings a proven executive management track record, recognized as a leader in marketing and strategic partnerships across the consumer and technology sectors.
Colleen is the Co-chair of Women Powering Change. Around the world there is steady pulse of women working passionately to create change. These women are stepping up and speaking out against our world’s most pressing problems. In the space between their intentions and actions lies an opportunity to catalyze collaboration.
Colleen is also the Co-founder of Present Purpose Network which empowers women to become informed philanthropists. We invest in innovative grassroots programs around the world, supporting fellow women leaders working with the women and girls most impacted by poverty, violence, health risks and inequality. We do this through the power of collaborative women’s philanthropy.