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I started the Women Who Wow series in March 2020 right before we went into lockdown for the pandemic. It was intended to be a special feature just for the month of March during Women’s History Month, but it turned into an ongoing celebration of women and their accomplishments and one that I plan on running indefinitely because there are so many amazing women out there.

I did it to spotlight women, their amazing career paths and advice. I did it to elevate and empower women. I did it to celebrate the accomplishments of women every day. I did it for allyship and because I want to lift up other women and give them a platform to shine.

Women supporting women is powerful. I am inspired by so many great women in my industry and beyond, and women entrepreneurs such as Sarah Blakely, the founder of Spanx who said it’s important for women to be “very authentic in your message, stay vulnerable, be yourself through the process.”

She also said, “The biggest hurdles for me as a woman in business were also my greatest strengths — and that was being underestimated.”

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“I really love this community of allyship that you’re building. Like a lot of women, I’ve worked for women who did not think there was room for more than one smart woman at the table. I’ve also come to realize that after so much time working with lawyers, I got used to thinking about ways to position them and not myself, so I really appreciate the opportunity to do that.”

I didn’t believe that women supporting women was possible when I worked for a woman who tried to hold me back and another who pushed me out of a job because she saw me as a threat. I started to believe that was the norm in business.

After years of dealing with that kind of negativity, I knew I wanted to create supportive community of women who wanted each other to succeed and help one another.

We can all learn so much from each other – from each other’s experiences and stories. That’s why each of these Q&As are so powerful. There is such great advice from each woman in them that we can share with each other.

I am proud to amplify the voices of female leaders, and I hope you will read their stories. All of the resources on this blog are designed to empower and help women of all levels become their best professional selves.

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