This is THE podcast that advances women toward economic, social and political achievement. Hosted by Betty Collins, CPA, and Director at Brady Ware and Company. Betty also serves as the Committee Chair for Empowering Women, and Director of the Brady Ware Women’s Initiative. Each episode is presented by Brady Ware and Company, committed to empowering women to go their distance in the workplace and at home.
Catherine Lang-Cline is the President and Co-Creator of Portfolio Creative. Prior to forming Portfolio Creative, Catherine spent more than 20 years in the creative industry as a designer for corporations and ad agencies, both as an employee and as a freelancer. Along with her co-founder Kristen Harris, Catherine felt that there needed to be a place to help artists find work and help clients find talent. They combined their experience and opened Portfolio Creative.
Join Betty Collins, Mary McCarthy of the WSBA of Central Ohio, and Christy Farnbauch of NAWBO Columbus for a discussion of benefits and steps to take to form a women’s initiative in your organization that will help women go the distance.
Join Betty Collins as she discusses the importance of surrounding yourself with people who motivate and inspire you with Derek Grosso, CEO and Founder of the Columbus Young Professionals Club (CYP Club), a “for-impact” membership association made up of 25,000 young professionals, entrepreneurs, executives, and creatives who live in the Columbus region. Founded in 2005, the CYP Club is the largest membership organization of young professionals/millennials in the United States.
If you don’t value who you are, why should anybody else? If you value something, you protect it, invest in it, brag about it, and love it. In this episode of Inspiring Women, Betty talks about the importance of valuing who you are and how it starts with you.
Join Betty Collins as she converses with Elise Mitchell, the author of Leading Through the Turn, a fresh take on leadership that offers simple yet impactful takeaways, in this episode of Inspiring Women. It’s an “all in the trenches” handbook from a leader who has found far more success in her journey than her destination.
We want empowerment around us, and we want to empower. But doing that is hard, and it’s never-ending work. Join Betty Collins as she discusses empowerment in this episode of Inspiring Women.
What is your story and have you told it to anyone? Your story is everything you have experienced: the bad, the good, the ugly, all of it. It has the ability to change the world in which you live, to have an impact on those around you, to be inspirational, and to help you reflect on yourself.
Join Betty Collins to learn the characteristics of a confident woman and how you can apply the self-confidence formula to your life.
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