Be the leader you wish you had. Lead Up for Women increases the influence of women in business and beyond through effective networking, increased visibility and partnerships. We are passionate and focused on what we can do to connect, influence and lead every woman and know we all long to belong and to have a community that accepts and celebrates all of our identities, not just the ones that others accept. Lead Up for Women’s: Speak Up to Lead Up radio show invites you to be inspired to lead without permission through the inspiration of our guests’ personal stories of overcoming adversity, their challenges and wins in celebrations in business, their community and their personal lives. You are in control of your story, so be the bad ass leader you know you are. Gain the courage through our strong womanhood support so you can live your best life. You are the only you that has ever been, and you are the only you that will ever be. Be you and be strong because you are brilliant, and the world needs you at your best.
Live Interview’s in the Studio: (Click text to listen On Demand)
Lead Up for Women Travel to Atlanta and welcomes special guest and panelist of the upcoming Philadelphia Luncheon, Marnie Schneider. We are thankful for those that attended the Atlanta Luncheon and shared their testimonials regarding how important it is to know your story, embrace your story and share it with others as they inspire others to grow. Marnie graced us with her wisdom and knowledge of how her journey growing up traveling with the NFL Philadelphia Eagles as her Grandfather and Mother raised her right. They taught her about serving others, do what you say you’re gonna do, and Civility is not a sign of weakness. To see Marnie Schneider live as a panelist, be sure to register for the Philadelphia Luncheon on June 13th at the Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse. Tickets can be found at https://leadupforwomen.com/…/june-lunc…/
Founder of Comfycozy’s for Chemo and Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels, Lorraine Tallman shares her experiences with pediatric cancer, trials, successes, entrepreneurship and much more on this week’s VoiceAmerica – Live Internet Talk Radio show with Lead Up For Women! Lorraine is a powerful leader and a force for good. Lorraine also teamed up with a tech company and engineers to create a port stabilizer, so injections go in smoothly the first time. This was a result of a promise she made to her daughter. “I know she’s up in heaven just smiling down on us going, ‘Good job, Mom,’” said Tallman. “Never give up, right? You can always make a difference. Never give up,” she said. Please help us share this video with the world, in hopes of helping those who suffer from pain in the pediatric cancer world!
Lorraine Tallman’s organization can be reached on social media @ahrangels, or at her website AmandaHope.org.
May 15th, 2019-The center for laughing and learning meets resident PaleoBOSS. Today we welcomed Guest Diane “V Capaldi, PaleoBOSS lady as she shared her story of building multi million dollar technology companies, her early years of struggling with MS, and how she overcame the disease by fighting back with holistic and healthy diet alternatives. June Cline also joined us in the second segment and humored us with how she built a 30 year career from student bloopers. She never gave up in turning humor and laughter into a career.
Live in VoiceAmerica Studio with Afsaneh Abree, Integral Coach at Cornerstone Strategies, and Inspiring Author Jeanie R. Davis. Today’s guest, Afsaneh Abree, shares her story of growing up as a child in Iran under constant missile attack and how her professional life here in America as Business Development VP and Integral Coach fulfills her. Jeanie Davis talks about overcoming the odds of living with MS and how that journey led her to her passion of writing and is now an Author of 3 books
Win with grit and kindness, professionally and personally. Feeling burnt out, exhausted, or that you don’t make a difference? Are you stuck or need some instant inspiration and direction? We know you make a difference and the world needs you at your best, so don’t give up or give in. We invite you to be inspired to lead without permission through the inspiration of our special guests, Deborah Bateman and Kristen Poczulp as they share their personal and professional stories of working their way up the corporate ladder from a teller at First National Bank of Arizona to losing it all through crippling relationships and eating disorders that led to her life’s mission to empower women to step into their brilliance, their power and birthright of freedom, abundance and self-expression.
How servant leadership disrupts the traditional leadership triangle! Janice Jackson, President of Sales and Marketing for Plexus” shared her story today on LUFW Radio as a servant leader in the C- Suite. Janice leads a team of over 700,000 people, now thats a #winningwoman #leadupforwomen
April 10th 2019: Empowered women empower women! Vanessa Siren joined us in the studio today and is a Brazilian born Yoga instructor, who lives in Gilbert with her husband and 5 children. She is passionate about fitness and likes to bring some “spice” to her classes, making them fun and entertaining. She teaches around 15-18 classes a week and credits her personal approach to keep her students coming back. She is also a long time model, represented by Ford in Arizona and a few other agencies around the world. She credits yoga to keep everything in “balance” even when things aren’t!
April 3rd 2019:
Lead Up for Women travels to New York City: With the weather warming and spring flowers budding, I’m reminded that with enough encouragement from others we are provided the strength to grow to new heights, just as flowers require the strength of the sun to mature. We invite you to be inspired to lead without permission through the inspiration of our special guests interviewed live at the event. Listen in as they share their stories of overcoming obstacles and take-aways from the 3 powerful hours of Think Tank discussions with Robyn Hatcher and Colleen Biggs. Where decisions are being made, we need a women’s voice.
Join us in celebrating women in history with Robyn Hatcher: March is the perfect month for Lead Up for Women to launch our first episode of our radio show Speak Up to Lead UP. Join us in celebrating women in history as we discuss the importance of why It is our responsibility as women today to pave the future for our daughters, granddaughters, and Great-Great-Great Granddaughters to live in a world where women residing as CEO, Executive Leadership positions, President’s and entrepreneurs is an everyday occurrence. We invite you to be inspired to lead without permission through the inspiration of our special guest, Robyn Hatcher, as she shares her stories of survival, overcoming adversity, and her celebrations in business, her community and her personal life. Where decisions are being made, we need a women’s voice.