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WomELLE Magazine is a print and digital leadership Magazine that made its debut in 2017. WomELLE Magazine targets women who are in business, leadership and tech. Our readership is comprised of educated and well-established professional women. Browse back issues of the WomELLE Magazine from 2017 to present that have published.
In this issue we have Nadine Vogel the founder of Springboard Consulting and The Springboard Foundation, empowering and educating women around the world. Prior to founding Springboard, Nadine held a variety of executive positions in both Corporate America and the non-profit sectors. You’ll learn things like… Family or Career? The question only Women seem to get asked when climbing the ladder, The Importance of an “Internal Customer Service” Department, Transform Your Organization with Facilitative Leadership, 3 Key Elements to Improving Leadership, Creating Effective and Efficient Relationships, 3 Powerful Tactics That Motivate Customers to Buy And more.
In this issue we have The Self-Made Multi-Millionaire Amanda Frances, she is a digital course creator and a mentor to hundreds of thousands women who follow her work online. Issue 23: September 2019 you’ll learn things like… The recipe for success, Ready for a change? How to create it, Zero In on YOUR Best Leadership Strategy, How Leaders Create Trust, The Ultimate Guide to Writing Pixar-Worthy Stories, Super Business Tips to Pave the Way to Success, Marketing Tips for Entrepreneurs, The 10 Most Common Reasons Marketers Fail in Social Media, Bad Habits That Drain Your Energy And much more
In this issue we have The Mother of All Fashion Crusaders Mindy Scheier, she is the founder of the Runway of Dreams Foundation, a nonprofit organization that four years ago set out to change the fashion industry and the everyday lives of people with disabilities.. Issue 22: August 2019 you’ll learn things like… Leadership Tips: Being confident in the workplace, It’s time to sharpen your saw!, What’s Your WHY?!, The Power of Purpose - How Women are creating wonders in Leadership, 4 Ways to prove you are a Powerful leader without saying a word, 5 Smart tips for social media marketing, 7 Ways to write an unforgettable heroine and many more.
We’re kicking things off in this issue with Actress Sandra Dee Robison, a woman who exudes confidence and helps business owners and professionals to step into their unique selves and shine with charisma in public speaking, on TV and in video; to find their voice, speak their truths and share their message. You’ll learn things like… 5 Reasons to Collaborate with Other Women in Business Are You Looking to Start Your Own Business? Need Clients? How to Grow A Profitable Email List? How to Grow Your Business with Influencer Marketing Making SEO Work for Your Business An much more...
Features: “Dreams of my future family never included special needs of any kind. If I could close my eyes and remember, I’m sure I dreamt of two beautiful, happy, healthy, loving girls with lots of successes to celebrate," Ella's mom Dana Capobianco said. June issue also covers business, leadership, marketing, women in tech, women news, wellness, stories, interviews and more.
Maggie Georgopoulos is the cover feature chosen for her constant ability to support and inspire others. She is an international speaker, author, and entrepreneur. The magazine is full of information and tips on mental health, business, leadership, marketing and more. Contributors: Tracie L. James, Preetika Chandna, Luci McMonagle, Trina Ramsey, Deborah Bishop, Margo Lovett, Maggie Georgopoulos, Tamara Johnson, Michelle Bryant Griffin, Myrtha Dubois, Laura McNeill, Divya Parekh, interview with Ola Jackson and Allison Rose Clark.
Battling the odds, The Phenomenal Ascent Of Leigh Jaynes by Margo Lovett. Do women deserve equal pay for equal work?, Overcoming your fears of starting a new business, Eliminate your team’s excuses, Is the glass ceiling real or do we create it for ourselves?, Upcoming primadonna festival to bridge gender inequality in literary culture and more…. Contributors: Tracie L. James, Preetika Chandna, Luci McMonagle, Trina Ramsey, Deborah Bishop, Margo Lovett, Maggie Georgopoulos, Tamara Johnson, Michelle Bryant Griffin, Rhonda Kinard, Kirsten Blakemore, Myrtha Dubois, Laura McNeill, Divya Parekh, Erica Stepteau, Tina Cantrill and interview with Emily Leach.
History & Sisterhood at its Finest, The “Black Girl Magic” campaign by Tracie L. James. 10 Mistakes Keeping You From CONSISTENT $10k Months, Burned Out and Feeling Broken, Reflection on the past in order to create conscious leadership for a more equal future, A Guide to Transformational Leadership for Women, The Power to Inspire: 6 Steps to Begin Writing Your Own Story, Self-care and you…. Contributors: Tracie L. James, Preetika Chandna, Luci McMonagle, Trina Ramsey, Deborah Bishop, Margo Lovett, Maggie Georgopoulos, Tamara Johnson, Michelle Bryant Griffin, Rhonda Kinard, Kirsten Blakemore, Myrtha Dubois, Laura McNeill, Divya Parekh, Erica Stepteau and interviews with Dr. Sharon H. Porter & Tamra Armstrong.
Be perfectly imperfect, How to inspire others through storytelling, The missing element in the goal setting process, and The time to write your book is now: Here's how. Plus Powerful women step into their own light: 6 key concepts to achieving success, The balance between saying Yes or No, and more. Contributors: Samantha Diane, Preetika Chandna, Luci McMonagle, Trina Ramsey, Deborah Bishop, Margo Lovett, Maggie Georgopoulos, Tracie L. James, Michelle Bryant Griffin, Rhonda Kinard, Kirsten Blakemore, Myrtha Dubois, Laura McNeill, Divya Parekh, and interviews with Sherrie Brown & Ann Mei Chang.
Falling Forward Into the new year by Na’ilah Amaru Combat Veteran, Ask the Coach, Bad habits, Up the ladder in a skirt, A question of accountability, and more. Contributors: Leslie Thomas Flowers, Luci McMonagle, Trina Ramsey, Deborah Bishop, Margo Lovett, Maggie Georgopoulos, Tracie L. James, Michelle Bryant Griffin, Rhonda Kinard, Kirsten Blakemore, Terri Rose, Laura McNeill, Tina Cantrill, and interviews with Marie Lavender, Sylvia McNicoll & Evelyn Olson Lamden.