“With the onset of the Global connective, women now have the opportunity to change the lives of other women half way around the world. This is our time and We know it.” - Althea Ledford, Editor and Chief Creative Officer of E Magazine.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 28, 2016
The Year of the Woman is 2016 and female executives are on the rise in America and beyond. Many organizations and publications are ushering in the new wave. It is not too long ago that women received the right to vote, coming so far, and still there is a long way to go for equal rights. Such organizations and top companies that are known for having higher percentages of women employed includes Bright Horizons, Nordstrom, Mayo Clinic, and Starbucks. Many other organizations offering women in training in business have appeared on the horizon as well, such as The Women Of Global Change Gateway Program, STEM, LeTIP, NAFE (National Association of Female Executives) and also publications of additional support can be found in E Magazine (Female-Executive), Ms. Magazine, Avant Garde, and Entrepreneur Magazine.
E, the Magazine for Today’s Female Executive has featured such women as Milala, Maya Angelo, Rosie O’Donnell, Iris Apfel, Patty Cotton, First Lady Michelle Obama, Sue Wong, and Shellie Hunt, Founder of The Women Of Global Change. “With the onset of the Global connective, women now have the opportunity to change the lives of other women half way around the world. This is our time and We know it.” Althea Ledford, Editor and Chief Creative Officer of E Magazine.
With the majority of the workforce currently being women, and with women being 80% of the consumers in the US, this gives incredible power for standing up and stepping in for the year of the women: 2016.
The Women Of Global Change is launching it’s Gateway Program 2016 in Atlanta, GA. It provides service to women of all race, creed, religion, circumstance, and status to support them in becoming part-time or fulltime business owners and entrepreneurs within 48 hours. It engages all aspects from self-esteem, image, communication, business strategy, business plan, negotiation, product development, to marketing and exposure. The WGC Gateway Program in Atlanta and other cities will produce female executives rising across this nation and internationally.
About Dame Shellie Hunt -- Hunt's gift of transformational impact has taken her clients beyond motivation to lasting results through teaching the precise “How to” in the designs of your success from the inside out. Her successes include global entrepreneur, business strategist, international motivational speaker, trauma expert, author of the “Success is by Design” series, and TV executive producer. Hunt currently is a proud member of the Alliance of Women and Media, which promotes positive progress and change for women, sat as a judge for the nationally televised Gracie Awards, and served as a board member for the National Women's Political Caucus.