Sunday, October 25, 2020

Flying High:
Women Leaders,
2020

“The path of leadership consists of not only seeking new challenges, but also new perspectives.”

Dr. Amy Gershkoff Bolles, Chief Data Officer, Bitly, Inc., and GM, BitlyIQ.

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Dr. Amy Bolles

“It was an amazing journey to build a company from scratch, and I learned a tremendous amount from that experience.”

Shagun Malhotra

“There are all kinds of leaders that have proven success, so I don’t believe there are a few magical attributes that make it happen. However, in my opinion, it is important to have passion, patience, and a strong commitment to customers and colleagues who make the vision a reality.”

Shagun Malhotra, Founder, SkyStem.
Dr. Lynn M. Johnson, President, APiS North America.

Dr. Lynn Johnson

“Be proud, show your strength, develop, and present new ideas, contribute to conversations, but be humbled by mentors who are willing to provide quality advice and opportunity.”

Laura Brandao

“Just do it!” Don’t allow yourself to be paralyzed by fear, or over-evaluate every decision. Only you can limit yourself.”

Laura Brandao, President, American Financial Resources, Inc.

Elyse Dickerson

Having a learning mindset or a kind of curiosity about your business will help you plow through problems and work through learning something new.

Hue Harguindeguy

“Becoming a leader does not occur by some random process or just because you got this new fancy title. Excel at your job, and don’t be afraid to fail. You'll probably learn more from failing once or twice than from succeeding all the time.”

Paige Arnof-Fenn

“Leadership today is about staying agile. Great leaders are confident and humble enough to bring on board people who are smarter, more experienced, and capable of executing the vision.”

Paige Arnof-Fenn, Founder & CEO, Mavens & Moguls.
Erna Grasz, Co-Founder & CEO, Asante Africa Foundation.

Erna Grasz

“I’ve always believed that one must remain a life-long learner while remaining humble.”

Liraz Birnbaum

“The recipe behind Lula’s success- it is mostly hard work and luck in addition to being able to analyze social movements at the macro level and foresee where they will lead and find solutions ahead of time.”

Liraz Birnbaum, Founder, Lula's Garden.

Tami Louis

“Throughout your career, you have to continue to balance your responsibilities one day at a time and as long as you continue to do your best work daily, the results will come.”

Kelly Bagla, CEO, Bagla Law Firm.

Kelly Bagla

“What is success?” I think it is a mixture of having a flair for the thing you are doing; knowing that it is not enough, that you have got to have hard work and a certain sense of purpose.”

Neena Vlamis

“I stay focused, I do the work, I make the change I want to see in this world through the work. Three, when I trust too much or don’t see the situation as it is, I rely on my core group to let me know. It always helps to have other female leaders in your corner. Simply to talk about issues and realize you’re not alone.”

Neena Vlamis, Founder & President, A and N Mortgage Services.

Dominique Cagle

"Go for the position that makes you a little nervous in a good way. If you don’t try, you will never achieve that goal that you have set for yourself."

Flying High: Women Leaders, 2020 ​.

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