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Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio, as Michelle Bergquist, your host of Women Who Lead, interviews Silvia Mah, Co-founder of Hera Fund.
Silvia brings an important discussion to the table regarding how more women investors are supporting female entrepreneurs in the start up and growth phases of their business. Hera Fund is an angel group for female angel investors who want to fund and support female founders. Hera Fund connects entrepreneurs with funding agencies through strategic alliances and local events.
Learn about the upcoming Hera Venture Summit: Building Bridges! This event will offer female entrepreneurs and female, funding angel investors the opportunity to learn about the local investment culture, and network with female founders & female funders.
Silvia Mah’s primary focus is in on empowering, nurturing, and sustaining women-owned businesses in San Diego and nationwide, Silvia believes in investing in socially relevant new ventures that will allow women to break through barriers in order for the next generation of women entrepreneurs to grow even more.
As the CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence, Michelle Bergquist is a passionate advocate for women in business. At Connected Women of Influence, we believe that more women need to lead in business and everything we do is center-focused on designing platforms, programs, connections and collaborative opportunities for b2b women to prosper, succeed and lead the way in business today!
Are Men Or Women Better Investors And Traders?
Are men really better than women at investing and trading? Find out in this radio show as Martha Stokes CMT talks about the roles of men and women in the financial markets. Learn the differences between men and women who invest and trade.
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House helper services builds communities. When people in a community organize things begin to happen. What ever their goals, working as a unit they make it happen. Good things can take over a community just as negative things can take over a community. One person cannot do it along. Groups unitied can do almost anything. House helper services is a win win for community home based businesss owners, community workers, community businesses, and community investors. We are doing it and you can learn how by listening to this show Friday, Nov 13, 2015. If you can't find the time it is a sign as to why success haven't arrived for you. Specific questions? firstname.lastname@example.org. Messages to us www.blogtalkradio.com/workforlife. Current easy access updates on www.twitter.com/workforlifebea. Work for life. Your 4th Chance for Succcess.
Join Women of Power as we empower and encourage one another as we go from glory to glory through Christ Jesus. This week my special guest speaker is Pastor Iris Valero, she is a mighty woman of God who has overcome obstacles from her past. She is married to Dr. Denny Valero and together they pastor, Revolution Church Las Vegas, a dynamic and growing Church in Las Vegas. We are excited to hear her testimony...You don't want to miss it!
Sisters, We cannot do life alone, we need eachother, we need the Lord to Lead the way...Let's empower eachother today!
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
Cindy's off this week & I speak with PGA/LPGA Professional – Michele Trimarche.
Here's a little about Michele:
Michele Trimarche is a PGA/LPGA teaching professional at Alpine Country Club in Demarest, N.J. Michele has been selected among the Top 50 Teachers in the country by Golf for Women Magazine. Top 100 Teachers in the Northeast by Golf Magazine. USKG Top 50 Kids Teachers in the country- Honorable Mention. Michele is a Certified Yoga Teacher, Yoga for Golf Teacher, U.S. Kids Golf Certified Instructor and a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf/Fitness Professional.
Join Cindy & I Tuesday mornings 9-10AM Eastern at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
Heather Wagenhals joined us today to discuss how women can better invest their savings. Generally, women invest every bit as shrewdly as men, despite some self-imposed handicaps, such as believing that finance is men’s work. Conventional wisdom holds that men have a lock on math know-how and business savvy – and if you believe that, you probably also think you can guess precisely where the Dow Jones industrial average will finish tomorrow. Studies consistently reveal that women take charge of buying decisions; budgeting and daily spending plans yet claim to lack clarity about how to build wealth.