Hosted by That A Girl Speakers Agency
Live Webinar this Wednesday at 12:00 pm CST.
Join these 2 great women leaders as they discuss the benefits of being a woman in leadership and some of the difficulties to overcome.
Thelma Wells is known all over the world as “Mama T.” She has earned that title by nurturing and mentoring others. For the past 30 years, Thelma has been dedicated to inspiring women to BEE THEIR BEST. First in the corporate arena and later as a Christian speaker through her own ministry called A Woman of God Ministries. Now, she is bringing to you not only her talent as a keynote speaker, but other speakers that she knows personally who will work with you to deliver a message that is impactful, biblically sound, trustworthy and full of life, real stories and poignant points.
Jennifer Bagley is one of the most in-demand Keynote, Digital Marketing and Business Strategist speakers on the circuit. She is known for her engaging and entertaining style, as well as, her mastery level knowledge of Collaborative Marketing Strategies. Jennifer is the founder of CI Web Group, a Web Design, SEO, CRM Integration, Mobile App Development and Social Media Marketing Agency. She is the founder of DNet a Collaborative Digital Network and Membership System. She is also the creator of the Sales Supply Chain Strategy and the 12 Step Roadmap to Accelerated results.
Jennifer has been speaking professionally for over 15 years. Audiences rave about her ability to provide immediate value to businesses seeking to accelerate their results and grow their business. Jennifer’s background includes executive experience in the areas of Supply Chain Strategy, Technology, Operations, Logistics and Distribution for Nordstrom, Tommy Bahama and Fossil. This experience coupled with over a decade of Sales and Marketing Experience has made her a powerhouse business strategist focused on bottom-line results. This is done through a careful focus on having the right technology, the proper strategy, a collaborative network and the right mindset/behavior.