Women Elevating Women
Helping Women with Drive to Survive and Thrive
NEXT SYMPOSIUM: Dallas, TX
Wednesday, March 6th & Thursday, March 7th, 2019
ABOUT WOMEN ELEVATING WOMEN
Women Elevating Women is a one-day business symposium designed to successfully connect multicultural business women to both establish a mutually beneficial professional community and discover effective strategies to scale business and encourage professional growth.
FOUNDER AND CEO
Betty J. Hines is a Strategic Business Consultant who works primarily with CEOs and their Executive Management Teams in both the public and private sectors. However, many know her as a “Chief Collaborator,” “Business Connector,” and “Women Business Advocate.”
Going above and beyond, Hines is an entrepreneur, speaker, business mentor and coach, certified group facilitator and served as a corporate executive, at a multibillion-dollar Fortune 100 Company, for many years. She was the former co-founder/owner of a property and casualty company that provided small business, homeowners, and automobile insurances to the underserved urban markets in the greater Baltimore and Washington, DC communities. Currently, she serves as a Chapter Chair and or Group Facilitator for the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO), a non-profit membership organization for women presidents, CEOs, and managing directors of privately held, multimillion-dollar companies, while also consulting with Business Owners on business strategies.
From her in-depth experience as both a corporate executive and women business owner, Hines has firsthand knowledge on the challenges multicultural professional women face trying to surviving in a fast-paced and constantly changing business community. Realizing that currently, no platform exists that engages multicultural professional women in active dialogue to assist in developing successful tactics and strategies on how to scale and grow their businesses -- heightened her desire to fill this void. Out of this, Hines defined her five Pillars of Success: Courage, Communicate, Collaborate, Connect and Cultivate. Women Elevating Women is teaching women with drive how to survive and thrive.
When she’s not being a corporate mogul Hines is active with the National United Church Ushers Association of America/Interdenominational Church Ushers Association of Maryland, Inc. /Baltimore Unit, the Local Lay at Mount Pleasant AMEC, and has served on numerous nonprofit boards.
Hines is a graduate and Lifetime Alumna the University of Michigan. She has received Executive Training in Strategic Leadership from Northwestern University, Kellogg Business School and has her Advanced Group Facilitation Certificate from the Edward Lowe Foundation. At present, Hines is training for a certificate on the One Page Business Plan.
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THE FIVE PILLARS
Women Elevating Women developed five pillars of success to help women with drive to survive and thrive. Click to find out more about our core values.
Cultivate – This pillar illuminates positive tactics to create successful entrepreneurs and business executives. How do we train multicultural women to ensure they can compete in the current business climate?
Communicate – Business professionals need to elevate their knowledge on the utilization of the different social media tools and how they work positively to scale business. This pillar addresses which platforms work best for the multicultural community and how multicultural women can leverage them to gain new audiences.
Collaborate – Why and what are the barriers in our willingness to help each other gain access to more capital? This pillar is designed to encourage a think tank type of environment and takeaway impactful approaches for success.
Courage – A woman’s need for health and financial courage. This pillar speaks to financial courage as a catalyst to improving physical wellness. Did you know? Financial stress is known to increase the risk of heart disease in multicultural communities.
Connections – This pillar gives insight into the best way to survive in this multicultural community. How do we uncover like-minded women who aspire to excel in both their business career and business growth?
See the highlights of our previous 1-Day Symposium. Thank you to all of our attendees and sponsors. We look forward to seeing you in next year.
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