Meet Our Team
We are a group of innovators who are constantly challenging the status quo. We have worked in start-ups and established health care, education, finance, technology, biotechnology, sustainability, arts, entertainment, and publishing companies, nonprofits, trade associations, and government agencies.
Investing in diverse backgrounds, points of view, and approaches to leadership will influence and impact all those who lead transformative change in industry and society.
Our purpose is to spark collaboration with other innovative women, provide a forum where innovators can share their real stories, and inspire others along the way. We discuss new horizons and take deep dives into the discipline of innovation. We engage with some of the most renowned thought leaders across all sectors.Read More...
LeAnna J. Carey, a digital engagement strategist focusing on business innovation, and co-author of the newly launched eBook, The Power of Co-Creation in Healthcare Innovation, has observed firsthand the power of social media in driving innovation. After leading the digital strategy of a year-long innovation project, called modelH, a collaborative initiative that highlighted co-creation within the healthcare industry...... Read More...
WHY WOMEN WHO INNOVATE?
POSTED BY Cathryn Hrudicka | 9 Jul 2015
This is my debut here, although I have already participated in several video interviews with our founding team, including being featured in one video on.....Read More...
TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE IN EDUCATION
POSTED BY Wanda McClure | 13 Mar 2015
Educators are no strangers to change; education is constantly evolving. One only needs to look at implementation of Common Core, increased use of blended learning....Read More...
WANDAS WORD: RESILIENCE
POSTED BY WANDA HOPKINS MCCLURE | 16 Jan 2015
I often feel challenged to write. As a principal, my days are filled with students and teachers learning and growing together. And it’s busy! But,...Read More...
RETHINKING THE MAGIC OF IDEAS
POSTED BY PABLO PICASSO | 26 Oct 2014
In many companies it can take up to 3,000 ideas to lead to 100 projects, resulting in only 2 launches, producing on average one product that breaks even and of these products .....Read More...