54 min

Her Success Story 61 - 50 Women Can Change the World Her Success Story

    • Management & Marketing

Gloria Feldt
www.taketheleadwomen.com
Gloriafeldt.com
Instagram: @gloriafeldt and @takeleadwomen
Twitter: @takeleadwomen and @gloriafeldt
Facebook: Take The Lead Women
 
Gloria Feldt is the founder of Take the Lead, an organization dedicated to achieving gender parity by 2025, and of the 50 Women Can Change the World program. Growing up in rural Texas, she married at 15 and had three children by the age of 20. She went on to get a college education; became CEO of Planned Parenthood; and has always been an impassioned advocate for women’s rights. Vanity Fair named Gloria as one of its Top 200 Women Legends, Leaders and Trailblazers and
Glamour Magazine listed her as one of its "Women of the Year.”
In this episode, we discuss:
From rural Texas, married at 15 and three kids before the age of 20 to a business owner and CEO Her first time having a mentor and what that meant for her life Noticing how men were always in the leadership role and deciding that wasn’t right and she wanted to change it Women's relationship with power and how it differs from a man’s Her 50 Women Can Change The World Program and the support that stems from it which is truly outstanding The hardest lesson she had to learn for herself early on Not using her own power and the problems that created for her mindset How to redefine your own power The outlook of diversity with the next generation

Gloria Feldt
www.taketheleadwomen.com
Gloriafeldt.com
Instagram: @gloriafeldt and @takeleadwomen
Twitter: @takeleadwomen and @gloriafeldt
Facebook: Take The Lead Women
 
Gloria Feldt is the founder of Take the Lead, an organization dedicated to achieving gender parity by 2025, and of the 50 Women Can Change the World program. Growing up in rural Texas, she married at 15 and had three children by the age of 20. She went on to get a college education; became CEO of Planned Parenthood; and has always been an impassioned advocate for women’s rights. Vanity Fair named Gloria as one of its Top 200 Women Legends, Leaders and Trailblazers and
Glamour Magazine listed her as one of its "Women of the Year.”
In this episode, we discuss:
From rural Texas, married at 15 and three kids before the age of 20 to a business owner and CEO Her first time having a mentor and what that meant for her life Noticing how men were always in the leadership role and deciding that wasn’t right and she wanted to change it Women's relationship with power and how it differs from a man’s Her 50 Women Can Change The World Program and the support that stems from it which is truly outstanding The hardest lesson she had to learn for herself early on Not using her own power and the problems that created for her mindset How to redefine your own power The outlook of diversity with the next generation

54 min

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