Tuesday, April 7, 2020

The Trailblazers, Women Leaders,
2020

"Leaders instill in their people a hope for success and a belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals."

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On the Cover

Mitchelle Schanbaum

“Great leaders must also be able to recognize when they are the problem and get out of their own way. If you create a bottleneck where everything must have your approval and your deadlines are shot, take a step back and ask yourself if you need to be the final say on everything. Who else can you trust with that task?”

Caroline Jens

“I want to be known as a resource that helps childcare centers around the world provide better services to their communities.”

Lisa Miller

“I strive to be honest, transparent, passionate and thoughtful in my leadership style. I’ve found that being authentic is the quickest and best way to motivate others to rally to achieve our business goals,”

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Lihong Yu, President, & Founder, PHT International, Inc.​

Lihong Yu

“Leadership is not to do less hard-work but more. It takes time, energy and passion for the job you do and to care for and treat your people right.”

Donna Griffit

“There’s nothing I love more than helping a company cut through their bits and bytes, cracking the DNA of their story and turning it into captivating messages that wow.”

Donna Griffit, Founder, Donna Griffit
Nancy Zeffman, Co-Founder, Cucumber Clothing.

Nancy Zeffman

“We are the future of fashion – we are more than just clothing, we are fabric led clothing - fashion with a purpose.”

Lauren Freedman

“It’s not just selling real estate. You’re changing people’s lives. A home is a foundation that people depend on and I am here every step of the way.”

Lauren Freedman, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
AC Braddock, CEO, Eden Labs

AC Braddock

A thought leader in modern business practice, a unifier across industries, and an inspirational speaker in this emerging industry, Braddock is shaping the future of cannabis. But her goal is much broader.

Noelia Vázquez

“No mistakes are made, but sometimes decisions are made that are not entirely correct. I have learned in such cases that a mistake is an opportunity for betterment and improvement.”

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Ronit Pinto, Founder, Honeysuckle

Ronit Pinto

“I began Honeysuckle as an answer to our dark urges to explore the connection between beauty and darkness and discover the nuances of life. I think our lives are full of paradoxes and complexities and I’m eager and excited to explore them.”

Lezli Engelking

“You are not limited by your current skill sets. These should be considered a baseline starting point for your continued development as a leader, and a human. Many of the skills I rely on to do my job every day are things that I have learned out of necessity.”

Lezli Engelking, Founder, FOCUS.​
Lisa Dorian, Managing Director & Chief Risk Officer, Corporate Finance Institute (CFI)
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Lisa Dorian

“Don’t doubt your abilities or your readiness – every new position has a learning curve attached to it. Embrace the discomfort and go for it!”

Annette Densham

“To be a leader, you have to step out of the pack to be heard. This may not make you popular with those who love the status quo but great things don’t happen in a void. You have to make some noise.”

Annette Densham, Founder, The Audacious Agency

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