To celebrate Hot Mommas® (dynamic women) in the arts, Hot Mommas® around the US and Canada filmed their little munchkins dancing for National Dance Day. National Dance Day was July 31, and was created and popularized by FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance show and its Executive Producer Nigel Lythgoe. National Dance Day – on July 31 – resulted in amazing events , flash mobs in major cities, as well as an introduction of a bill into Congress.
Please enjoy these adorable videos of some high-energy tiny dancers celebrating National Dance Day on behalf of the Hot Mommas® Project.
Featured are the offspring of:
- Entrepreneur Kassie Rempel of SimplySoles.com (Best shoes EVER. Walked 3.5 miles in these FitFlops from her store).
- Hot Mommas Project Canadian Country Manager and entrepreneur, Lydia Fernandes. No words to describe how extensively she has supported women and girls – and continues to in her girls’ obvious love of dance!
- And my daughter, who takes her own variation on the So You Think You Can Dance National Dance Day celebration by picking her nose. I’m so proud.
Team U.S.: Oakley and Lilah!
Team Canada: The Fernandes gals!
Team US: Oakley solo (breaker re-mix)
Team US: Lilah solo (nose-pick re-mix)
National Dance Day Flash Mob at University of Wisconsin!
National Dance Day on the National Mall – Urban Dance Performance
About the Hot Mommas Project Proud of the women in your life? So are we. The Hot Mommas Project is the world’s largest women’s case study library. Said in “normal people” terms: This is the award-winning research of faculty member Kathy Korman Frey of the George Washington University School of Business, CFEE. The project makes women’s stories teachable using our “case wizard” at www.HotMommasProject.org . The Hot Mommas Project library is the first of its kind, providing scalable, global access to role models and virtual mentors that can be used by educators, trainers, and parents. We’ve been featured in Prentice Hall textbooks, the Washington Post Magazine, NPR and are the winner of a national Coleman Foundation case award.
How to get involved:
1. Join the sisterhood. Did you know access to mentors and role models increases real and perceived success? Email us for your Mission Instructions for the New Sisterhood of Success. You’ll impact a life in five minutes. Click here.
2. Nominate a woman in your life, yourself included. Our call for 2011 nominations has begun for dynamic women 18 and older. While the contest runs through January 31, 2011 – Start now! There will be prizes this spring and fall for early bird publishers. Nominate here. See last year’s winners here.
3. Share your story. Winners are published in a major Prentice Hall textbook and your lessons are shared with women, girls, and educators across the globe. It’s one of the most scalable, time-efficient way to make an impact.No, you do not need to be a mom. Nominate yourself here.
How sharing your story works: Nominated women come online, write their story using our “case wizard,” and click “publish” to be permanently archived in our case library. Winners will be published in a leading Prentice Hall textbook in addition to other honors and prizes.
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