I work with a lot of professionals who can no longer get access to their LinkedIn account because they signed up for the account under a prior email to which they no longer have access and so the password retrieval email goes to their old email which doesn’t help them one bit.

While this is

Lisa Niser is an individual and small business tax expert with 25 years’ experience in the tax field and 19 years’ experience running her own practice.

Her super power is her ability to help professionals understand how taxes work in a way that won’t make their brain hurt so they can make decisions that fit

Meet Jaimie Field, a trainer and coach to lawyers. Jaimie teaches lawyers and firms how to take all of the legal marketing strategies that exist (and some you may not know about) to create the practice you love by turning them into “Rainmaking Tactics.”

As Jaimie’s tagline says: “Rainmakers are not born, they are

In this Women Who Wow profile, learn more about Nancy Stein, an attorney who assists clients with content creation, marketing, promotions, communications and brand recognition efforts.

Prior to starting her own business, Nancy was the managing editor of Lawdragon, the online and print business and legal news company. She also worked at ALM as

I’ve been getting a number of requests from people who want to watch video replays of past Women Who Wow programs. Well, here you go!

All of these programs can be found on my YouTube channel.

Part 2 of the Women Entrepreneurs Roundtable with Shari Belitz, Sherine Clarke, Charlyne Fabi, Laura Leopard, Katie Lipp,

Do you ever wonder how your life would be different if everything ended up working out the way you thought it would? Sort of like the movie Sliding Doors?

Sliding door moments are the seemingly inconsequential everyday moments that make or break the most important relationships in our lives.

In the movie Sliding Doors,

There are some great upcoming Women Who Wow events for women at all levels in their careers and they are all free to attend. I hope you will join us – they are a great way to learn from others, network and support other women. Here’s the schedule:

July 21: How to Confidently Show up

The next Woman Who Wows is Vickie Gray, a portrait and headshot photographer based in Baltimore, Maryland.

Before she started her photography career she spent more than 25 years as a legal marketer, managing the reputation, brand and external image of high-profile law firms in DC, Philadelphia, NYC and Miami as well as Baltimore.

Because she’s had so many supportive friends along the way it is important to offer the same help to others, so Vickie volunteers with workforce development nonprofits and similar agencies that help women succeed in the workplace.

She is a past-president of the Women’s Exchange; former board member of Maryland New Directions; and served on the board of the Legal Marketing Association’s Capital Chapter from 2009-2012.

Her photography pro bono projects include work with Marian House and Portraits for Patriots.


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For many of us, it is easier to notice things we screw up rather than acknowledging all the things we do right. And you know what? “Where attention goes, energy flows.”

Ignoring your achievements and giving energy to your mistakes is bad for anything or anyone.  Period. It’s a form of self-sabotage. I do it