5 Women Selected for 365 Day Leadership
Journey Announced at Leadership Conference
By Mary Margaret Hart
Five women selected to participate in the Climb 365 Initiative were announced Friday April 4th at the Annual Women’s Leadership Summit, a day-long leadership development conference, hosted by the Junior League of Greensboro (JLG). The Climb 365 Initiative is sponsored by the Junior League of Greensboro in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership.
Over the next 365 days, 5 winning applicants will work with CCL staff to navigate their leadership journey. They will share their leadership challenges and successes on the Climb 365 blog, hosted on the JLGWomenSummit.org website. The 5 applicants will receive personal coaching sessions from CCL staff as well as a leadership course co-designed by CCL and JLG.
The Honorees and their 365 Day Goals are:
Rebecca Graham - Markham, VA. A recently relocated artist, Rebecca will share her journey of creating a two-part art business and making art accessible in a small community.
Molly K. Paul – Raleigh, NC. A sophomore in high school, Molly will journal her efforts to take STEM education and leadership training to students across the nation.
Heather Neal - Greensboro, NC. A young mother, Heather will take the next 365 days to create an online “village” of support for moms who are seeking revenue-generating outlets and discuss the journey to create such a space.
Emma Vogelsinger – Greensboro, NC. This inspiring singer will use her efforts to release her first album to empower and inspire others to believe in their dreams and take on the risk that is to pursue that dream.
Peg Hall Williams - Greensboro, NC. A storyteller at heart, Peg will use the physical journey of hiking the 1,000 mile Mountains to Sea Trail to find her writer’s voice and draft a manuscript.
Honorees can be followed at jlgwomensummit.org