GUEST SPEAKER: Rhonda Gray
TOPIC: Strategies for Becoming the Go To Person in Your Business or Industry
WHERE: ll Bel Lago – 11631 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63141
Thurs, August 18, 2022 – 11:30AM-1:00PM CST
As Vice President, Strategy & Innovation at Rung for Women, Rhonda Gray oversees the planning and implementation of the organization’s strategy, development of new business models, and strategies for expansion.
Prior to her role at Rung, Rhonda was a Business Performance Advisor with Insperity.
Before joining Insperity, she served as a Consultant with Collaborative Strategies, Inc. (CSI). Prior to CSI, Rhonda was Executive Director of Almost Home, a local nonprofit which provides transitional housing for homeless young mothers and their children. Rhonda has also worked as a Community Investment Manager with the United Way of Greater St. Louis and as Associate Director of the Vashon Education Compact, an organization that partnered with the St. Louis Public Schools to improve the quality of education for students in St. Louis city.
A relentless agent for change, Rhonda is passionate about supporting women in reaching their full potential and achieving the success they deserve. Throughout her career, she has served as a mentor to youth and volunteers on several nonprofit Boards.
A native of St. Louis, Rhonda obtained her bachelor’s degrees in English and Business from Alabama A&M University. She has a master’s degree in Counseling from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Some of the world’s greatest challenges are providing opportunities for women to speak up, stand out, and make a positive impact. But with so much noise, where do you start? How do you use your unique skills and talents to become more influential? During this presentation, you’ll learn strategies to become more visible and valuable in your business or industry. With the right strategy and access to a network of other passionate women, you can accelerate the growth of your career or business and reap huge rewards!
During this presentation you will learn:
-The most dangerous question you must ask to clarify your vision for your career or business
-The 5 C’s framework to answer the question
-How to cut through the noise and become remembered, relatable, and referable
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