Discover how owning your truth and knowing your worth can significantly move you to opportunities and business relationships at the Women of Color: The Art of Influence session.
Join WBENC July 21 from 12-2pm ET for an exciting session on the Art of Influence lead by award-winning best-selling author and filmmaker, Cheryl Polote Williamson. Women of Color: The Art of Influence session promises to provide a unique and impactful way to develop and enhance your networking experience. It will help shape how you operate your life and business with intentionality to increase your circle of influence.
Attendees will discover how owning your truth and knowing your worth can significantly move you into opportunities and business relationships that you were previously not privy to. When you master the Art of Influence, the opportunities become endless.
Who Should Attend?
The WBENC Women of Color Program is an outreach and development program designed to build and strengthen a dynamic ecosystem for women of color entrepreneurs. While this session is targeted to women of color, all are welcome to attend. If you are a female entrepreneur, but not yet certified by WBENC, attending a Women of Color program event is a great way to get a taste of the network.
We also invite all allies of women of color business owners to participate, including Corporate Members, WBEs or other partners.Register Now
Cheryl Polote Williamson
Founder & CEO, Cheryl Polote Williamson, LLC
Cheryl Polote Williamson is an award-winning best-selling author, filmmaker, transformational speaker, philanthropist, and certified life coach. Cheryl is the CEO and founder of Cheryl Polote Williamson, LLC; where her mission is to use her unique talents to assist, support and empower women. She also leads Williamson Media Group, LLC as the Chief Executive of this global media production company and is the Founder of Soul Reborn, Inc., a certified 501(c)3 non-profit organization that focuses on transforming the lives of disadvantaged, disenfranchised and previously incarcerated women.
She resides in Flower Mound, Texas with her husband of 30 years. They have three amazing children and two wonderful grandchildren.