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Tough Talk with Women in Leadership Positions

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Tough Talk with Tony Gambone with his guest Ezra Chasser, Vanessa Gibson and Leah Davis

Ezra Chasser is the founder of Sore Thumb Marketing, which helps small business owners get the most out of their social media and web presence. He has been working in social media for more than 5 years and has given numerous lectures about social media on topics ranging from small businesses to nonprofits. Most recently, he has spoken at JNF’s National Conference in Cincinnati, the KKL World Marketing Conference in Tel-Aviv, Israel, as well as various meetups and offices around New York City. www.sorethumbmarketing.com

Vanessa Gibson lives in Virginia Beach and I am the Organizer of HR FEN, the largest meetup group in Hampton Roads. HR FEN stands for Hampton Roads Friends, Events and Networking. We have over 3,400 local members and always has over 30 events posted on the calendar. www.meetup.com/hr-fen

Leah Davis is a financial coach for all women of color and I guide clients through the process of making wise financial decisions. As a trusted financial advisor, I collaborate with clients to become more knowledgeable with financial products and services. I assist my clients with a customized strategy to reduce personal debt, start a small business, and manage household expenses. I am committed to partnering with minority individuals and families from all ethnic backgrounds to provide financial strategies. And my focus includes income protection, retirement plans, and college funding. I was born in San Jose and raised by my African American father and Hispanic mother. As a young single mom I realized the importance of setting goals and I developed a strong work ethic to accomplish them

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