Spotlighted Women Who Lead Across NC
for August 2019
“I want to give women opportunities that they otherwise may not have had, both in theatre and in the community at large. I want to change the equity landscape so that the next generation of women grows up expecting and demanding inclusion at every level and in every area of art and of life.”
Ashley Popio – LinkedIn
LISTENING. INCLUDING. ENCOURAGING.
SPONSORED BY: Women’s Theatre Festival
“The leaders who have inspired me the most were those who took the time to know me as a person and allow me the freedom to operate in my strengths while supporting me in areas in which I needed to grow. I strive to do the same with those that I lead because people thrive when operating in their strengths.”
Candy Pambu – LinkedIn
COLLEGE PREP COACH
AUTHENTIC. AMBITIOUS. FLEXIBLE.
SPONSORED BY: L.U.C.K LLC
” I am passionate about developing college women to be effective leaders. One of my biggest lessons I’ve learned as leader has been how to be an effective listener, most people just want to be heard and have their efforts recognized.”
Cheryl Jenkins – LinkedIn
DIRECTOR OF STUDENT LEADERSHIP
COMMUNICATOR. OPTIMISTIC. ORGANIZED.
“Inclusive leadership has opened doors for me well before diversity was a topic at the forefront of today’s leadership discussions. For me inclusive leadership opens pathways to building equity for all and meaningful dialogue that is genuine, curious and respectful.”