24 episodes

Sylvia Scott, Founder of Girls’ C.E.O. Connection presents a monthly series to bring high school girls a new perspective on the strategies female entrepreneurs attribute to their successes as business owners. Interviews are with female entrepreneurs who may be millennials along with the seasoned entrepreneurs. Topics include The Brand Called You; Building Your Success Team; Developing the Leader Within, and many more.

Enterprising Young Females Sylvia Scott

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Sylvia Scott, Founder of Girls’ C.E.O. Connection presents a monthly series to bring high school girls a new perspective on the strategies female entrepreneurs attribute to their successes as business owners. Interviews are with female entrepreneurs who may be millennials along with the seasoned entrepreneurs. Topics include The Brand Called You; Building Your Success Team; Developing the Leader Within, and many more.

    Our Young Women Ambassadors

    Our Young Women Ambassadors

    Thank you to Dani Dresdner, Hadley Shalowitz, Addie Budnik And Maddie Gordon for your time as Young Women Ambassadors and members of our Teen Editorial Board. You are greatly appreciated.

    • 3 min
    Grace Elsner Babysitting with Dine & Drop

    Grace Elsner Babysitting with Dine & Drop

    Grace Elsner is a high school senior at Visitation Academy in St. Louis MO. She began babysitting in 4th grade. For the past eight years Grace has grown her babysitting gigs it into a full service babysitting, animal care, and  nanny service. Along with all of this she has created Dine & Drop, a unique Saturday night game night  for children from toddlers to 6th graders. Parents drop off their kids for an evening of games, crafts, movies and the Glow stick dance party.
    Grace can be contacted on LinkedIn, through her website at https://www.graceelsner.com and email at gelsner@visitationacademy.org

     

    • 24 min
    Episode 22: Manic Panic, Living in Color: A Rebellious Guide To Hair Color And Life

    Episode 22: Manic Panic, Living in Color: A Rebellious Guide To Hair Color And Life

    Tish and Snooky Bellomo had wanted to write a book yet it never seemed like the right time. When Black Dog & Leventhal gave them a proposal the sisters knew it was the right time.Three years in the making, Tish and Snooky wrote their story with the help of their Manic Panic family and editor. Stylists and their hair color specialists worked with them to create the how to guide. 
    Learn the process of writing a book when two phenomenal women entrepreneurs are running their global business, traveling for business and as entertainers and spending time with family. 
    Manic Panic Living in Color is both the rollicking origin story of the Tish and Snooky's punk rock roots combined with a fearless guide to finding your color in the rainbow. This guide provides unique and fail-proof methods to achieve the perfect shade or combinations of colors that express the inner you, as well as maintenance, effects, tips, products, remedies, and attitude.
    To order the book from Manic Panic: https://manicpanic.com/products/manic-panic-living-in-color-a-rebellious-guide-to-hair-color-and-life-book
    It's also available through Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

    • 33 min
    Episode 21 Choosing a Mentor: Sylvia Scott, Founder Girls' C.E.O.Connection

    Episode 21 Choosing a Mentor: Sylvia Scott, Founder Girls' C.E.O.Connection

    Sylvia Scott, author of Realizing A Vision, Your Toolkit For Success. Words Of Wisdom For Young Female Entrepreneurs is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Girls' C.E.O. Connection.
    In this episode of Enterprising Young Females, Sylvia shares with listeners an excerpt from her book on choosing a mentor and creating a team. This is a topic Sylvia finds important for young women in high school and college. A key point Sylvia makes is that having a mentor is one of the most Important things you can do for creating and building a business. A mentor may act as guide in how to become more efficient with behaviors, skills and strengths. 
    Sylvia invites listeners to contact her with comments and suggestions for young female entrepreneurs they would like to be interviewed for a video or podcast. Applications are being accepted for Young Women Ambassadors of the  Girls' C.E.O. Connection. They need to be in high school (grades 9-12).The current ambassadors are shown on the Girls' C.E.O. Connection website's page: https://www.girlsceoconnection.com/young-women-ambassadors/
    Sylvia's email is sylvia@girlsceoconnection.com.
    Enterprising Young Female's podcasts can be found on iTunes and the Girls' C.E.O. Connection website at https://www.girlsceoconnection.com/podcasts/.

    • 16 min
    Episode 20: Communicating Effectively in Your Personal and Business Lives: Sylvia Scott, Founder Girls' C.E.O.Connection

    Episode 20: Communicating Effectively in Your Personal and Business Lives: Sylvia Scott, Founder Girls' C.E.O.Connection

    Sylvia Scott, author of Realizing A Vision, Your Toolkit For Success. Words Of Wisdom For Young Female Entrepreneurs is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Girls' C.E.O. Connection.
    In this episode of Enterprising Young Females, Sylvia shares with listeners an excerpt from her book on effective communications. This is a topic Sylvia finds so  very important to master, especially for young women in high school and college. A key point Sylvia makes is to have healthy and productive relationships, don't make assumptions. 
    Sylvia invites listeners to contact her with comments and suggestions for young female entrepreneurs they would like to be interviewed for a video or podcast. Applications are being accepted for Young Women Ambassadors of the  Girls' C.E.O. Connection. They need to be in high school (grades 9-12).The current ambassadors are shown on the Girls' C.E.O. Connection website's page: https://www.girlsceoconnection.com/young-women-ambassadors/
    Sylvia's email is sylvia@girlsceoconnection.com.
    Enterprising Young Female's podcasts can be found on iTunes and the Girls' C.E.O. Connection website at https://www.girlsceoconnection.com/podcasts/.
     

    • 15 min
    Episode 19: Tish and Snooky Bellomo, Co-founders and Owners of Manic Panic® NYC

    Episode 19: Tish and Snooky Bellomo, Co-founders and Owners of Manic Panic® NYC

    Enterprising Young Females-Conversation with Tish and Snooky, the Co-founders and owners of Manic Panic® NYC and sponsor of Girls' C.E.O. Connection™
    Maddie Daniel and Jamie Plafker, Ambassadors for Girls' C.E.O. Connection,™ sit down with Tish and Snooky to learn the sisters to becoming leaders in the global beauty industry.
    Tish and Snooky Bellomo took their passion and over 40 years of business built an internationally renowned creative hair color and cosmetics company. Since its beginning, Manic Panic products have remained 100% vegan and cruelty-free.
    The original Manic Panic® boutique became an icon of "first generation punk", as is well documented in countless books.Tish and Snooky introduced their customers to wild Manic Panic® hair dyes in every color of the rainbow, even with matching colors for lips, nails, and eyes. The popularity of their products soared in the late '80s, and they began distributing their line, out of the little store.
    Tish and Snooky continue to deliver their rock n’ roll lifestyle to the world through their iconic brand. The legendary hair colors have helped celebrities including Cindy Lauper, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Cardi B, Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian stand out in the crowd.
    For more information about Tish & Snooky, Manic Panic® NYC, and the complete product lines of creative hair color and cosmetics visit https://www.manicpanic.com. 

    • 21 min

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