This week I will experience a few ‘bucket list’ moments, including meeting the first lady, prime minister of India. But life decided to hand me a few obstacles that make those moments seem so unimportant.
A recent study commissioned by Dell named the U.S. as having the most favorable environment for women entrepreneurs. However, it also identified the significant gender barrier that still prevents them from reaching their full potential.
I love this post that was originally on the 6sense blog. It benchmarks how far predictive intelligence, and 6sense, have come. We are proud of our story, and thrilled to be on this journey. And will never forget it would never be possible without amazing customers like you!
We lost our first employee "at their will" last week... I guess my motivational messaging for women to dream big is working. I just didn't think it would work on our employees. All kidding aside, I'm flattered. Meryl left to start her own video production company. She will always be 6sense family and we wish ...
I got to share my story last night at Brightroll’s Data Driven Women Meetup. What an inspiring and fun group!
Yesterday I was lucky to grace the stage at NetSuite’s SKO with some inspiring leaders in sales enablement. I love my job!
I believe that we still have a long way to go in terms of gender equality. However, it’s great to be reminded of the small successes, and things seem to be looking up for Fortune 5000 companies.
“The most difficult thing for a woman is to be her voice! To shout loud and clear. Let’s not just start dreaming and seeing, but let’s hear your ROAR.”
“Remember that this is what separates the women from the girls. If you want to be great, this is the challenge. If you don’t want to be great, then you never should have started a company.”