There’s a trend in our country: We’re busy, but we’re not accomplishing anything. My worst enemy in this battle over time is the “Email Vortex of Death.” Here is my email auto responder as of today.
The award-winning women’s leadership venture, The Hot Mommas Project, announces its 2010 panel of judges and Martin Luther King Day of Service activity. The project helps women age 18 and older serve as role models and supporters for other women and girls. Submissions will be accepted through January 31, 2010.
As the 2008-2009 case competition has ended and winner have been announced, the Hot Mommas Project team would like to thank all founding case authors and finalists. Without these inspiration women, the Hot Mommas Project would not have been possible.
Saranne Rothberg should be dead right now. Or, at least, that’s what her doctors told her. Saranne’ s journey is one of not only conquering the disease, but going on to start a leading non-profit to help others with the disease.
Recommended use: Read below, and share this with young women, a leadership group, or book club. Discuss the personal and career takeaways that you can carry forward into your life.
Saranne is the Winner of our 2009 Hot Mommas Project Global Case Competition. Will you pay it forward to help other women and the next generation? Email us with your role model nomination.
The Hot Mommas Project recognizes popular cases
selected by a young adult judging panel represent top youth entrepreneurship programs such as NFTE, DECA, FBLA, and the NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation. In addition, we have representatives from The Children’s Defense Fund, George Washington University students, and young Washington Area Entrepreneurs.
Note: This is a second category of judging separate from the main judging panel determining the top 3 winners according to case judging criteria.