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Following a corporate career that took her to senior management in HR alongside running a retail business and being on the board of a local radio station, Zoe transitioned into entrepreneurship, owning a successful photography studio alongside being a business strategist and coach. She now runs her coaching business, Success Revolution, full-time alongside managing her online program, Make a Lemonade Life, and she is writing her book 'How to Make a Lemonade Life'.
Zoe achieves results with her clients that are visible on the bottom line. They consistently increase their turnover by 100-200% within weeks of working with her and reduce their costs by as much as $80k pa, improving productivity and profits through her Alchemy Programme.
As the creator of Makealemonadelife.com Zoe helps women find freedom in life and in business. She delivers powerful and inspirational talks and is equally comfortable at small networking events or in front of large audiences as your keynote speaker. She is the award winning author of the ebook 100 Lessons I Wish I'd Learned Sooner as a Photographer in Business, a regular columnist for national magazines and is often featured on local radio.
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Janicka Bassis was born in Chicago from Czechoslovakian Immigrants. Her mother Melanie Everet was one of the first women in commercial real estate in America and she taught her four daughters that there was no such a thing as a glass ceiling and that only stars were the limits. Janicka studied at the prestigious Sophia University, Tokyo Japan and went also to the French National School Beaux Arts in Paris and received a scholarship from the Art Institute of Chicago.
Janicka's dream was to be a portrait artist. Unfortunately her husband fell ill and she became the sole bread winner of the family. After 7 years spent in the hotel industry specialising in the Japanese Market she followed the trails of her mother and started her very successful real estate career in 1987. She became one of the first Women Directors in France to sell commercial French Real Estate to the International Market. She created the first real estate transaction department in a French bank in 1993 and sold the then largest shopping center in France. She also created the first investment department for Foncia Entreprise as well as a family real estate fund with her sister in Vienna, Austria . Her Internet career began in 2012 when she was asked to develop a real estate social network for Institutional investors called Belbex where she worked for 2 years as International Development Director. Janicka enjoyed learning about start ups and Internet technology.
She blazed the trail for other young women to enter that profession. She has been enjoying helping women for 25 years now which is also why she founded W.W.I.R.E the World Women In Real Estate network.
Janicka lives in Paris, she speaks fluently French and Japanese and is now looking forward to learning Chinese.
Very early in her career Donna Darzentas was one of the first females within an oil and gas company, a very male dominated sector. She had to face the "prove yourself first concept", that is to say that she had to prove first that she could meet challenges before being compensated equal to her male colleagues. Donna is today Senior VP - SD & HSE at Mol Group, a large international Oil & Gas company whose headquarters are in Hungary.
Prior to her current role Donna worked as Vice President in Walter Energy, an international mining company specializing in metallurgical coal production and processing, where she was a key member of the Business Team reporting directly to the President of Canadian and European Operations. Before that she also held several managerial positions in BP, including the position of Vice President of Health, Safety and Environment in BP Global and the position of Health, Safety and Environment Director in TNK-BP (leading Russian oil company specializing in crude oil processing).
Jasbindar works as a coaching psychologist, leadership coach, author and professional speaker with over 30 years experience. She is the Director of
SQ Executive Management Consultancy Ltd; an Auckland based coaching and consulting practice.
Jas choose to go against the grain of what was expected of her as a young Indian girl to pursue her passion and left home at the early age of 16. She created her life in a new country without all the normal support systems one could rely on. She has now been a solopreneur for nearly a quarter of a decade and is still going!
Although Auckland has been her home for nearly 40 years now, she is an insightful, adventurous and thoughtful person who loves to dine out, watch movies and travel to far-away lands...
Jas will share with us how she is encouraging/reinforcing herself and others to not give up on their dreams and to find one's mojo and live that as best as possible, in spite of the constraints.
Co-host: Mari Riddle
Make It Happen is the 2015 theme for our internationalwomensday.com global hub, encouraging effective action for advancing and recognising women.
Each year International Women's Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8. The first International Women's Day was held in 1911. Thousands of events occur to mark the economic, political and social achievements of women. Organisations, governments, charities, educational institutions, women's groups, corporations and the media celebrate the day.
Various organisations identify their own International Women's Day theme, specific to their local context and interests. Many charities, NGOs and Governments also adopt a relevant theme or campaign to mark the day. For example, organisations like the UN, Oxfam, Women for Women, Care International, Plan, World Association of Girl Guides & Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) and more - run exciting and powerful campaigns that raise awareness and encourage donations for good causes. The UN has been declaring an annual equality theme for many years.
Anja Degenhardt grew up in a tiny village in former Eastern Germany close to the border. She was 8 when the wall came down. Her parents, who were blue collar workers, struggled wit unemployment thereafter. That is probably why financial security became so important to Anja. Although she wanted to stay close to her home, she found an apprenticeship in Frankfurt, 200 kms away from there. After that apprenticeship she choose security and money and studied while working full time in real estate. She got the opportunity to do international real estate and loved that she was working with parts of the world she had never seen before. She had the opportunity to work in the company's foreign branches in the UK and the US without having to leave her comfort zone. In London, a colleague told her that she had saved money and had done a worldtrip, although very tempting, that seemed totally out of reach for her in her current situation. 5 years later, after she worked 6 mths in the NY Branch of her company, her boyfriend (now husband) and her did a 4 week roadtrip all the way down to Key West. Realizing that there is not enough time to spend on the road she started thinking about a worldtrip. She felt a bit misplaced when she returned to her job but kept on working there for another 3 years.
Anja will tell us what happened next during our interview!