Power inequality colors political and business process, outcome, efficiency and civility at every level. How can we affect change for the better? That was the premise behind the discussion I lead along with panelists Julie Moorhead, Vice President of Sales, Thirty-One Gifts, Mary B. Relloto, Founder and Owner, Dames Bond LLC, and Antoinette Wilson, Principle and CEO, Triumph Communications, Inc.
Columbus (OH) Metropolitan Club president Rich Terapak and the amazing “Changing the Guard” panel I had a chance to facilitate at the CMC’s luncheon event: l-r, Mary B. Relatto, founder of Dames Bond; me in the red jacket (surprised?), Julie Moorhead, V.P. sales, Thirty-one Gifts; and Antoinette Wilson, CEO of Triumph Communications.
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GLORIA FELDT is the New York Times bestselling author of several books including No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power, a sought-after speaker and frequent contributor to major news outlets, and the Co-Founder and President of Take The Lead. People has called her “the voice of experience,” and among the many honors she has been given, Vanity Fair called her one of America’s “Top 200 Women Legends, Leaders, and Trailblazers,” and Glamour chose her as a “Woman of the Year.”
As co-founder and president of Take The Lead, a leading women’s leadership nonprofit, her mission is to achieve gender parity by 2025 through innovative training programs, workshops, a groundbreaking 50 Women Can Change The World immersive, online courses, a free weekly newsletter, and events including a monthly Virtual Happy Hour program and a Take The Lead Day symposium that reached over 400,000 women globally in 2017.