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The Hot Momma’s Project & Women Grow Business Team Up for Whip Novel Giveaway
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The Hot Momma's Project & Women Grow Business Team Up for Whip Novel Giveaway
15 June 2012

She recently introduced me to a novel called The Whip, about Charlie Parkhurst, a stage coach driver for Wells Fargo before the Civil War. Only Charlie was born Charlotte. And she lived as a man for 30 years with the intention of avenging the death of the love of her life. Read more…

Guerrilla Mentoring Giveaway! #sisUdc #wgbiz
Business,Women In Business
Guerrilla Mentoring Giveaway! #sisUdc #wgbiz
7 March 2012

The Hot Momma’s Project Guerrilla Mentoring program being held this Saturday in Washington DC is officially sold out. To enter, all you need to do is make a comment on this post telling us why you want to attend. Again, the winner will be picked at random, we’d just like to find out later how close you came to your goals for a possible follow-up article about your experience. Read more…

Sis U Bootcamp Aims to Turn Shoulds Into Coulds
Entrepreneurship, Events, Shonali Burke
Sis U Bootcamp Aims to Turn Shoulds Into Coulds
6 September 2011

Symptoms include: Habitual doing of what you think you SHOULD do versus what you WANT to do, feeling detached from your job, wondering what happened to that life or career dream, a general angst for doing the dishes… Several, major bodies of research actually focus on the cause and impact of that nasty case of “the shoulds”: Confidence. The Hot Mommas Project has cracked the code on women’s confidence, and has packaged it up in a half-day seminar. Read more…

Deadline Jan. 31: Are You A Hot Momma?
Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, Shonali Burke
Deadline Jan. 31: Are You A Hot Momma?
26 January 2011

Chief Hot Momma aka Kathy Korman Frey (you’ll remember her electrifying keynote if you attended the 2010 #wgbiz boot camp) tells us that the submission deadline for HMP’s annual case competition is January 31 – that’s Monday. “The Hot Mommas® Project is an award-winning venture housed at the George Washington University School of Business. “We make women’s stories teachable using our “case wizard” at www. Read more…

Boot Camp: The New Sisterhood of Success
Empowerment, Entrepreneurship, Shonali Burke
Boot Camp: The New Sisterhood of Success
20 July 2010

If you’ve been following Women Grow Business or the #wgbiz hashtag, you’ll know that Kathy Korman Frey’s New Sisterhood of Success keynote at our first-ever WGB boot camp was a huge hit. So much so that we asked Kathy to be our guest on the monthly #wgbiz Twitterchat last week. Again, Kathy didn’t disappoint. Read more…

Reflections on the Women Grow Business Boot Camp
Capacity Building, Empowerment, Entrepreneurship
Reflections on the Women Grow Business Boot Camp
21 June 2010

from the first-ever Women Grow Business Boot Camp, sponsored by Network Solutions and Steptoe & Johnson LLP, this past weekend. Though “recovering” is probably a poor choice of word; it was anything but draining. It was energizing, fun, empowering… Read more…

Deadline January 31st: Calling All Hot Mommas
Women In Business
Deadline January 31st: Calling All Hot Mommas
25 January 2010

Professor Kathy Korman Frey at the George Washington University School of Business has kicked off the 2009-2010 HotMommas Case Study Competition. It’s a unique project that takes the stories of the women and makes them teachable in a “case study” format, thus providing scalable, global access to role models and virtual mentors. Read this interview with Chief Hot Momma, Kathy Korman Frey, that we published a few months ago. Read more…

Toward 1 Million: Fundraiser Impacts Resources, Leadership, and Mentoring for Girls (video chat)
Women In Business
forum.web.com
27 August 2009

It was a recent pleasure attending a fundraiser / panel event and reception for the Hot Mommas Project. Hot Mommas’ Founder Kathy Korman Frey talked shop on the goals for this event and where the project was headed in regard to women’s entrepreneurial leadership. Read more…

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