Need a Speaker?

The WomentorSM Group provides speakers for a wide variety of occasions. Recent presentations have included such groups as:

  • Currently (2015) serves as consultant and trainer to the Laney Graduate School and Emory Alumni Association's Pilot Alumni Mentor Program. Will continue to serve as consultant and trainer in future years.
  • 2003-2005 Consultant and Overall Coordinator for the U.S. Department of Labor, Women's Bureau, Women with Disabilities Entrepreneurship Project
  • Contributor to EQUITY, the online newsletter of the World Institute on Disability
  • Keynote speaker for the 2004 Georgia Women Entrepreneur's Network (GWEN) annual conference
  • Borders' May, 2003 "The Power of an Image" author's workshop series
  • Keynote speaker, Atlanta Women in Business 2003 Athena Award ceremony
  • The Women in NCR First Annual Leadership Conference
  • Seminar for the Shell Services International WAVE Organization
  • Deloitte & Touche's External Mentoring Program
  • The American Business Women's Association's 2000 National Convention
  • The May 2000 Women and Leadership Conference co-sponspored by The Technical University of Berlin and The European Academy for Women in Politics and Business Berlin
  • "Expanding Your Horizons," March 2000 Conference of Tomorrow's Women in Science and Technology (TWIST)
  • Speaker for "National Women's History Month," March 2000, U.S. Social Security Administration, Atlanta Regional Office
  • The Xerox Corporation's 11th Annual International Women's Conference
  • The Athena Foundation 2000 Conference
  • The Eckerd Corporation's 1998 and 1999 "Eckerd 100 Salute to Women" Symposiums at Emory University
  • The 1999 Georgia Tech Women's Leadership Conference
  • The 1999 Annual "Diversity Without Borders" Conference for WORKING WOMAN and WorkingMother
  • The 1999 Annual "Women as Leaders" Academic Seminar hosted by The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars
  • The 1999 Business Women's Network "Business Women's Global Renaissance" Conference



Training

The WomentorSM Guide Seminar can answer the following questions:

  • What is my leadership potential?
  • Why am I not getting the jobs I want?
  • Why are my qualifications not valued in the workplace?
  • How can I get the assignments I am qualified for?
  • How do I get my accomplishments recognized?
  • What am I doing wrong?

The WomentorSM Guide Seminar is available in a half-day or full-day format. We also offer customization to your specific organizational needs.

Customized seminars have been conducted for clients such as:

  • The Atlanta Semester: Women, Leadership and Social Change at Agnes Scott College
  • ARAMARK School Food Service Division
  • The President's Commission on the Status of Women's PASSAGES Program (Faculty Mentoring Faculty at Emory University)
  • The IBM South Africa Women's Leadership Council
  • The Department of Labor's Business-to-Business Mentoring Initiative, Dallas Women's Bureau

The training tools used by each participant are taken from The WomentorSM Guide: Leadership for the New Millennium.

“A must-have resource for everyone committed to issues of diversity and leadership development.”     - Sharon Parker, Past President, The American Institute for Managing Diversity



Consulting

The WomentorSM Group provides answers to questions that stymie and stall a woman's rise to leadership positions-in her work environment, in organizations, in creating her own business. We can teach you how to:

  • recognize your personal leadership attributes
  • identify the culture you are working in
  • see how different cultures value different attributes
  • match your leadership attributes with the culture that will value them.

We extend an invitation to women to cultivate their talents, draw upon their strengths, and take their rightful place in the corridors of power.