This has been such a great book launch month so it’s only fitting that I end the last day of the month introducing you to my book launch team! I was just looking at a photo of me one month ago signing my very first book and realized how so many things have changed in just a month! I think over this past month I have signed over 100 books and now my work is officially in the hands of thousands of people. Very rewarding, that’s for sure!
So before I say good-bye to this book launch month, I wanted to introduce you to my absolutely amazing book launch team. These women helped me get the word out about my book and helped my book make it to #36 on Amazon’s Women & Business category! We had over 50 amazing women on the book launch team and some of them you get to meet today! If you haven’t picked up your copy of The Professional Woman’s Guide, click here to buy it on Amazon today! If you have read my book, I would also REALLY appreciate an Amazon review. Thank you ahead of time!
Thanks again ladies! Couldn’t have done it without you!
I am Vice President of a manufacturing company that is male dominant. I am the only female within the company managing all day to day operations. I am also a Mom of 3, a blogger, writer, and editor.
LinkedIn: Drena Campbell
Based in Atlanta, GA, Patti bases her leadership skills from 8 years of coaching high school, collegiate and master’s rowing. She is currently a Marketing Manager for an independent book publisher, and is President of her high school Alumni Association.
Young professional in Central Pennsylvania, Catherine has a Masters in Public Administration and works for the local government.
She is a CPA with over twenty-five years of accounting experience working in private industry. She is also the creator and writer of Savvy Working Gal http://savvyworkinggal.blogspot.com a website that provides advice and tips on career and finance issues.
I am a supply chain professional who loves learning about career and personal growth. I am starting my Masters in Operations and Project Management, and currently works as a Material Planner for a manufacturing company.
Facebook: Marisa Donegon
LinkedIn: Marisa Donegon
Katie coordinates and collaborates with creative minds to turn multiple ideas into one creation. Currently, she works as the Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Production Management at Sesame Workshop and runs an advice blog called Ask the Young Professional where she gives advice to succeed in and outside of work as a savvy twenty-something.
Twitter: @kter218, @AsktheYoPro
Alexis LaRee is a Career Consultant and Career Development Facilitator with a passion for guiding Millennial women through career success. In 2013, Alexis established Alexis LaRee Career Consulting where she offers women a combination of career and lifestyle services by guiding them through resume writing, career satisfaction indication, interviewing techniques, navigating the office, taking care of the self, and more.
I am a Doctoral student in Educational Leadership at the University of Hartford. I am active in the Polish-American community and ran an international conference in 2013 for students and young professionals.
Facebook: Lisa Wisniewski
LinkedIn: Lisa Wisniewski
Adelaida Diaz is a Program Assistant for a University with 8 years of experience in the Education field. Adelaida has a degree in Business Administration. Adelaida is also a member of Delaware Valley Translators Association, the Women’s Professional Network and Member of the National Language Service Corps.
LinkedIn: Adelaida Diaz
Amanda J.P. Esquivel
Amanda J.P. Esquivel is a Project Manager at Global Defense, Inc., where she works with a wide array of stakeholders to integrate complex information systems. She has a passion for strategically solving business problems and discovering efficiencies by deriving insights from analytical information. Amanda is a member of the Board of Advisors of Interra Energy, LLC, a local development-stage company. She has 12 years of broad functional experience that includes Strategy Formulation & Analytical Decision Making, Finance, Marketing, Operations, Project Management, Business Process Engineering, and Consulting. Amanda enjoys mentoring and advising professionals and entrepreneurs. Amanda earned a B.S. in Global Business Management from CSU San Marcos and an MBA from Rady School of Management in 2011, and is an active member of the Rady Alumni Board.
I also wanted to thank all of these bloggers for hosting me and writing reviews during book launch month!
Review of The Professional Woman’s Guide to Managing Men at Breaking Books
Review of The Professional Woman’s Guide to Managing Men at Savvy Working Gal
Review: How to Manage the Boy’s Club at Kerry’s Blog
Book Review: The Professional Woman’s Guide to Managing Men at The Elite Millennial
How to Negotiate With Men at Stilettos on the Glass Ceiling
5 Ways to Get Promoted to Leadership at Careers in Government
Gals, it’s time to “Guy Talk” at ProfessionGal
10 Ways to be More Assertive and Smart at Work at Levo League
5 Ways to Get Over Perfection at Levo League
How to Identify Your Female Leadership Strengths at Savvy Working Gal
Everything You Need to Know About Working With Men Before Your Graduate by Pink & Black Magazine
Podcast interview with Mark Anthony Dyson at The Voice of Job Seekers
Interview at The Daily Interview: How an Accomplished MBA Made a Jump Into Her Own Business
Women Leading the Way Radio Podcast: Professional Women Managing Men
It’s been a busy, fun month that’s for sure. I am looking forward to a little bit of rest but of course I have plenty of new surprises in store for you next month too! Thanks again for all your support and encouragement this month! I couldn’t have done it without you. Like I said in the acknowledgments in the book:
“Thank you to everyone who has ever read my blog. I hope that I have inspired you and thank you so much for sharing this journey with me. Without readers, I wouldn’t be able to write so thank you for reading and pushing me to write this book.”