Advice From the Women Leadership Team @PrideGlobal

At Pride Global we’re lucky to have a very strong women leadership team paving the way for future generations. We are very proud of our collaborative and entrepreneurial work environment! In preparation for Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, we asked some of our leadership team to share their advice for women everywhere looking to break the glass ceiling or who inspires them. You will see below why we are in awe of these women!

Kate Goss, Managing Director Pride One

Use your voice. Let it be clear and strong and confident. Don’t let anyone talk down to you or talk over you or make you doubt your smarts and your skills.  And no matter how busy you get, don’t forget to nurture your network of friends to keep you sane!

Amy Rubenstein, Associate Director Pride Healthcare

I would have to say that I am so proud to show my daughter that I go to work every day and to set an example for her. I hope that I make her (and my son) proud of me!

Jennifer Davis, Director Russell Tobin

To me, the most inspiring women are the women that were willing to be the first. Whether she was the first woman on her high school’s football team, the first woman to serve on a Fortune 100 Board of Directors, or the first woman in her family to graduate college. Regardless of what ‘the first’ was, the bravery is evident.

Kelly Shea, Director Russell Tobin

I think it is important to embrace who you are, unapologetically and stop wasting time on who you should be. Have the courage to be imperfect and still show up to your arena. Surround yourself with a network of inspiring, fearless women because by design we are not meant to go it alone.

Aarthi Ilangovan, Associate Director Pride India

Women in my opinion, hold a powerful place in society, as sowers of influence that can nurture future generations and change the ways of the world, but it all begins with how we see ourselves in the equation and what we’re willing to do to make it happen.

Collette Meyers, Strategic Accounts Manager Russell Tobin

Get comfortable with the uncomfortable. You need to break personal boundaries in order to grow and change. You can push boundaries every single day by the habits you choose and the attitude you bring, these incremental gains will lead to a more successful you. Champions do extra.