Co-author of inspirational books for women, Martha Forlines, invites all aspiring women leaders to start off 2011 on a proven path to leadership success! For female professionals, entrepreneurs, executives, and even small business owners, a new year is a time to re-assess leadership challenges and devise ways to excel in their professional lives. Forlines, who is an Atlanta executive coach at BSI, continues the Inspiring Women Interview Series on January 14, 2011 with top woman executive, Ann Cramer.
Cramer, a native of Jacksonville, Florida, is Director for IBM Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs for the Americas. She started with IBM as a Systems Engineer in Jacksonville . After being “retired” from IBM for ten years, Cramer returned to IBM in External Programs, now Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs. In support of IBM ‘s primary focus areas, Cramer currently serves as chair of the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education (GPEE) and the Carter Center Board of Councilors. She is past Chair of Communities in Schools -Georgia, Georgia Chamber’s Education Committee, Voices for Georgia ‘s Children, and is on the Executive Committee for the US Chamber’s Institute for Competitive Workforce.
Attendees on this FREE leadership teleseminar will get a chance to ask questions and receive answers from Ann Cramer, live! Learn more and register here.
“Our free Inspiring Women teleseminars continue to gain popularity because of the depth of information that is shared,” states Forlines. “attendees get to listen to these interviews live, and then ask pressing leadership questions. This series is a rare opportunity for women leaders, and it’s completely free.”
The Inspiring Women interview series continues on Friday, January 14, 2011 at 11:30am EST, with Ann Cramer. Register here now.