Saturday, May 21, 2022

Flying High:
Women Leaders,
2021

On the Cover

Monia Dobrescu

“I am in permanent connection with my team, and believe that one cannot build an organizational culture without people.”

Debra Wyatte

“Consistency compounds. It’s the small actions you do every day that will make the difference six months, a year, five years from now, so don’t wait!”

Hult International Business School

Dr. Selina Neri

"We all want to be diamonds but not everyone is willing to get cut. If we want to be diamonds, we must be willing to get cut as it is part of the process."

Dr. Sahar Hashmi

"We all face challenges and hardships but turning the negatives around you into positives is a skill on its own and that can be learned and will go far with you in life."

South State Bank

Amy Buynoski

“You will get knocked down and people will try to run over you. My advice to women is to dust yourself off, stand up tall, and don’t give up,” she advises. “If someone tells you no, do your own research and don’t take the first few no’s. Remember who you are and don’t let anyone change you. If you feel strongly about something, stick with that feeling and keep pushing forward.”

Skie Molinar

“I don’t believe in luck, I believe in God's FAVOR!! When you believe in yourself and your passion for helping and empowering others, the Lord opens the doors of the Universe to Favor you. If you find that one door doesn’t open, prepare for another door walkthrough. Have FAITH never giving up pursuing your DREAMS.”

Olayemi Anyanechi

“What drives our success is the personal touch and the absolute dedication we have to a client, because, we're not driven by money.”

Jennifer Barnes

“I am extremely confident in myself and my abilities. I believe that every success story is a bit of talent, opportunity, and luck. I do believe that the things that have happened to me in life were meant to be. I believe in serendipity and have faith that I will always land on my feet, regardless of what challenges come my way. I’m a glass-half-full, optimistic person. Being resilient is something that has kept me strong. I think getting kicked out of my own company was the epitome of telling me that I can’t do something. I sure proved that wrong!”

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