I’m 1000% sure you’ve heard that saying – you are the sum of the people you spend the most time with.
Well, as Black executive women, we don’t always have the option of surrounding ourselves with executives who share our cultural experiences.
I’m sure you know it can be quite isolating at the top.
Looking around the office, it probably looks a little… colorless.
You respect and value your colleagues, but there’s a certain level of connection and understanding that can only come from spending time with people who just “get it.”
Have you ever thought about what it would look like to walk into an office buzzing with talented, high-impact, powerful Black women execs just like you?
We’ve seen what the Good Ol’ Boys’ Club can do – centuries of divide and conquer, often at the cost of… well, us.
The time has come for us to create our own club – an Executive Sisterhood if you will.
Fortunately, you don’t have to wait for that day.
Imagine walking into a room of vibrant, powerful, ambitious, professional Black women just like you. What would it be like to not just be seen and heard but to feel understood?
A place where we…
- champion one another instead of trying to outdo each other,
- can be our authentic selves without judgment,
- work together to create opportunities,
- can share resources and advice,
- connect with women who “get it,”
- can nix code-switching and honor our shared cultural experience,
break the glass ceiling… together.
We’re in this together, Sis!
And it doesn’t stop there because once you have your foot in the door, it’s time to build your own club – that’s how the movement grows!
I’m so excited about the first ever The Seen & Heard Experience – an intimate gathering of high-powered Black women execs just like you.
This is a closed-door cohort, and spots are limited. So, if you’re interested,
The time is now. Join the movement.
Together, we’ll dig deep and get to the heart of what it means to show up as a Black woman executive in today’s climate.
So, are you in the club? Apply today at TheSeenandHeardExperience.co
What do you think?