What Is She Reading? Alexis Sclamberg

2012 Massachusetts Conference for Women speaker Alexis Sclamberg offers her thoughts on Inspired & Unstoppable: Wildly Succeeding In Your Life’s Work in the first edition of “What is She Reading?”

I recently had the good fortune of reading Tama Kieves’s upcoming book Inspired & Unstoppable: Wildly Succeeding In Your Life’s Work! before it even hit the shelves. For those of us pursuing work we love—the kind that calls us, moves us, energizes and excites us—it’s a must-read. I’ve already recommended it to all of my close friends and I’ll tell you, too: you have to get your hands on this book. Read More

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Students: Attend Half Price!

Did you know students can attend the Conference for just $75? What a great investment in your future! Register here

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Boston: #3 Best City for Women

Boston was recently ranked the third best city for women in the United States, citing the high levels of well-being, earning power and education levels compared to their peers in 25 other major metropolitan areas. The study was done by Measure of America, a project of the Social Science Research Council.

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Do you agree? What do you think makes Boston a great place for women?

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Inspiring Woman Leader Spotlight: Maria Tedesco, Citizens Financial Group

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Maria Tedesco is Group Executive Vice President & Director of Retail and Business Banking at Citizens Financial Group, Inc., one of the 10 largest commercial banking holding companies in the US ranked by assets. We had the opportunity to meet her at the 2011 MA Conference for Women Small Business Boot Camp when she spoke on behalf of the event’s sponsor, Citizens Bank. Tedesco is responsible for the performance of the retail and business banking businesses. She oversees more than 1,450 traditional and in-store branches and over 500 Business Banking colleagues across the 12-state Citizens Bank/Charter One footprint. We’ve asked her to weigh in on a few questions about being an inspiring woman leader.

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Early Bird Discounts Through July 5

Register early to take advantage of early bird discounts for the 2012 Massachusetts  Conference for Women! Registration opens June 6, and discounts end at midnight, July 5. Early bird prices are: $135/individual, $260 for two, $1250 for a table of ten and $70 for students. Join our email list for early registration and speaker announcements.

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Inspire Them To Be Their Best

by Cindy Solomon

Most of us think of inspiration as the “I Have A Dream” kind of inspiration – someone changing the world for the better or overcoming difficult odds. But really, inspiration isn’t reserved for the special few. Every one of us has the ability to inspire and be inspired. But it takes a catalyst to awaken those reserves and apply them to a greater goal.

That catalyst is you.

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Walk Like an Egyptian…In Heels

kabani-article-group-photoby Shama Kabani

I never imagined that I would be showing a vivacious young Egyptian woman in a hijab how to stand in heels when making a pitch to investors. (Don’t sway, and walk strategically in the area given.) But, that’s exactly what happened on the last day of the NexGen IT Bootcamp in Egypt, the first event of its kind, sponsored by the U.S. State Department’s Global Entrepreneurship Program, USAID, and the governments of Denmark and Egypt. When Scott Gerber, Founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council (Y.E.C.), first told me that I was the only woman representative from the U.S., I was delighted at the honor. Little did I know that my lesson on how to walk in heels would be just as mesmerizing as my entrepreneurial advice. What followed was a life-changing experience.

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Music is Universal, Education Should Be Too

by Tammy Tibbetts

Girls around the world endlessly fascinate me. Although I’m 25, I’m able to develop a bond, and an awareness of their dreams, through social media. I’m focused on girls in my day job, where I tweet for a teen magazine, and after hours, when I’m burning the midnight oil working on She’s the First, a not-for-profit supporting girls’ education, and its benefit concert, GIRLS WHO ROCK.

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