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Idea Creation, Research, Plan, and Pitch: Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Summer Workshop

Kathy Korman Frey aka Chief Hot Momma recently shared with Women Grow Business on her women’s leadership program and overall mission to help expand women’s mentoring opportunities aka Hot Mommas Project.

She with her team is geared up to continue connecting emerging women leaders and entrepreneurs to needed experience this summer. And Kathy remains mindful of how to teach life balance while launching new business dreams.

Idea creation, evaluation/research, planning, and pitching
That’s the core curriculum intent of this summer workshop based in women’s entrepreneurial leadership (WEL). It’s a teleseminar format, involving (4) one-hour sessions with action-oriented assignments in between each segment.

A word on deadline
It approaches I think, with the first cycle of classes starting August 17th. Please clarify directly however with her team as I think there’s flexibility available for students (but that’s a theory that’s yet 100% confirmed on my end).

Where to ask questions, how to sign-up, and what to expect
Course planners ask for inquiries to be sent via email from those interested. And the offered guarantee for this program: a measurable increase in the advancement of a core business idea.

More pay dirt:
Those pursuing the Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership workshop may also be interested in the “Virtual Mentoring” class.

To register and learn more on the WEL workshop
Send a shout-out via email to support(at)hotmommasproject(dot)org.

And a word to the students!
If you go through the WEL workshop, please visit back at Women Grow Business to relay your lessons learned and achievement as an emerging entrepreneur.

(Image Path to Success by A. Hill, Creative Commons)


    1. “…remains mindful of how to teach life balance while launching new business dreams…” This is clear example of positive thinking with a purpose. Should be emulated by those whose concept of doing business was filled with negativity.

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