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Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights Lisa Gillette of BIG SKY Coaching & Consulting

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Los Angeles, CA – Lisa Gillette is the CEO of BIG SKY Coaching & Consulting and a former sports television executive who inspires, empowers, and guides women leaders up the ranks of management all the way into the C-suite.

“Lisa is an inspirational coach and leader. She has shattered many glass ceilings and is a true trailblazer,” says media executive Crystal Frame. “I love Lisa’s generous spirit lifting others up to join her and share the limelight, inspiring confidence in women. She helped me become the confident leader I am today.”

Lisa spent 25 years climbing the corporate ladder. She is intimately familiar with the special challenges all women face in the workspace, particularly women in positions of authority. Today, Lisa focuses on her work as a DEI advocate, equal pay activist, and keynote speaker, sharing her knowledge, expertise, and practical strategies with high potential women leaders, executives and entrepreneurs.

“I encourage every woman who feels called to step into a role of higher leadership, to be the change that makes the difference. And to speak up, stand up and gracefully negotiate the title and salary she deserves,” says Lisa. “I respect and applaud all men who support DEI, and particularly those men who believe every woman deserves equal access to professional opportunities, career advancement and, of course, equal pay.”

BIG SKY Coaching & Consulting was founded on the belief that “When You Can See the Big Picture You Will Find Your Opportunities.” Lisa offers one on one coaching services. Additional services include original content workshops, mastermind seminars, and keynote presentations for women leaders and the male colleagues who support their efforts.

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