[Live Event On-Demand] Get the Glass Out of Your Hair: Equity Beyond the Conversation

It’s time to move from discussion and breaking ceilings to knowing the insights, actions and companies that are serious about you and your needs for growth and inclusion. If you’re committed to seeing women in the world of work win then this on-demand event is for you. 

Hear from three-time TEDx speaker Dima Ghawi who’s life mission is to enable individuals across cultures shatter their internal and external limitations. She draws on her personal and professional experiences to inspire, educate, and empower listeners to rise to leadership. 

And don’t miss our panel of phenomenal business leaders who provide perspective and advice as it applies to the top five issues facing women in revenue facing roles today. 

  • Sarah Harkness, Director and Co-Founder at Cattle Dog Digital – WIR sponsor!
  • Tarveen Forrester, Head of People Operations at Tastemade
  • Alex Yoder, CEO at Leadspace – WIR sponsor!

[Live Event On-Demand] Growing Personally and Professionally in 2022

The pandemic and events of the past two years served as a massive catalyst that accelerated digital transformation. Overnight, every B2B company became a digital business — changing the nature of buying and selling forever.

For marketing teams, this shift creates new opportunities and challenges. For years, B2B buyers have demanded Netflix-like experiences from their vendors. Unfortunately, most marketers faced longstanding obstacles, including organizational silos and friction, old-school technology and workflows, and a top-of-the-funnel mindset.

Check out our great panel and speakers, with the content starting at the 9 minute mark.

[Live Event On-Demand] Cultivating Your Superpower 2021

We want to send a big thank you to everyone who joined our live event earlier this month on “Cultivating Your Superpower.”

We had an incredible keynote including a special message from Mercy Noah from our sponsor QUMU on the power to engage in a remote world and special guest Sarah Kennedy Ellis, VP of Growth and Demand at Google Cloud, shared such a raw, vulnerable, and ultimately inspiring message of finding her superpower of supporting her teams to perform at their bests.

The recording of the keynotes only is now available to below!

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[Live Event On-Demand] Women in Revenue Presents: Unlock Your Worth

Women In Revenue held their first live virtual event for 2021  on Thursday, March 18th and the theme was focused on “Unlock Your Worth.”

Using the data from our 2021 State of Women in Revenue survey, our amazing speakers in different stages of their career, broke down their tips and learning lessons on topics related to unlocking your worth including:

  • Why it’s important to know your worth
  • Compensation transparency, benefits that matter and equal pay
  • How to deal with imposter syndrome
  • What to do in situations you feel less than your worth (mansplaining, being left out etc.)
  • How mentorship can play a big factor in understanding your value


This was an incredible event with very candid and honest advice. You can access the recording here.

We hope you enjoy it!

[Live Event On-Demand] 2021, Women in Revenue are Coming For You!

After a long and tiring year, the Women in Revenue Community was very ready to say good riddance to 2020 and set themselves up for success in 2021.

During our Event on December 10th, 2020, we discussed what we learned from 2020 and how we can prepare for 2021 in both our careers and our personal well being.

Hosted by Women in Revenue board member and CRO of Annuitas, Lauren Goldstein, the agenda included:

  • Opening entertainment with Golden State Warriors DJ D Sharp
  • Optimizing Resources & Growth Across the Customer Journey with CRO of Allocadia Jocelyn Brown 
  • Driving culture in a 100% remote environment, by speaker Diane Adams, Chief Culture & Talent Officer, Sprinklr
  • The whole person – prioritizing our own wellness, investing in our own health, with Founder of The Luminaries, Cherie Healey

Hosted by Women in Revenue board member and CRO of Annuitas, Lauren Goldstein, agenda includes: Opening entertainment with Golden State Warriors DJ D Sharp Optimizing Resources & Growth Across the Customer Journey CRO of Allocadia Jocelyn Brown talks how to partner with your GTM team for success in 2021. Driving culture in a 100% remote environment, by speaker Diane Adams, Chief Culture & Talent Officer, Sprinklr The whole person – prioritizing our own wellness, investing in our own health, with Founder of The Luminaries, Cherie Healey Join us as we talk through what we learned for 2020 and how we can set ourselves up with a framework for success for 2021.

[Live Event On-Demand] Women in Revenue Presents: Take Charge, Drive Change

Our research shows that you want more information about how to drive diversity and inclusion in your organizations. This program is designed to both educate, and more importantly provide concrete actions you can take immediately.

Learn what a top program looks like, how to expand your thinking about diversity, how to expand your recruiting efforts, and learn techniques for community and company activism.

The keynote was delivered by New York Times bestselling author & speaker Luvvie Ajayi Jones.

Our panelists were:

  • Michelle Cirocco, Chief Responsibility Officer, Televerde
  • Noorin Fazal, Head of Curriculum and Partnerships, SV Academy
  • Chantel George, Founder and CEO, Sistas in Sales
  • Traci Wade, Senior Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Oracle
  • Moderator: Hana Jacover, Group Account Director, Spear Marketing

Event was Kickoff with Entertainment

The event was prelude with a celebration & entertainment from DJ SharpDJ Sharp blends a vast array of musical genres with a fluidity and fluency that is unrivaled. Now the official DJ of the NBA champion Golden State Warriors, he’s performed for Fortune 500 companies, foreign dignitaries, Las Vegas revelers, and even former President Obama!

Keynote Speaker

Luvvie Ajayi Jones is a New York Times bestselling author, sought-after speaker and podcast host who thrives at the intersection of comedy, justice, and professional troublemaking. She will be opening the event with a message of inspiration and action.

And typical of Women in Revenue events, we’ll have a lively conversation on social channels and in our Slack community – join the #diversityinrevenue channel for this event.

Watch the recording below:

Women in Revenue Presents: Take Charge, Drive Change from Women In Revenue on Vimeo.

Our research shows that you want more information about how to drive diversity and inclusion in your organizations. This program is designed to both educate, and more importantly provide concrete actions you can take immediately. You’ll learn what a top program looks like, how to expand your thinking about diversity, how to expand your recruiting efforts, and learn techniques for community and company activism. The keynote will be delivered by New York Times bestselling author & speaker Luvvie Ajayi Jones. Our panelists are: Michelle Cirocco, Chief Responsibility Officer, Televerde Noorin Fazal, Head of Curriculum and Partnerships, SV Academy Chantel George, Founder and CEO, Sistas in Sales Traci Wade, Senior Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Oracle Moderator: Hana Jacover, Group Account Director, Spear Marketing Event will Kickoff with Entertainment We’ll prelude the event with a celebration & entertainment from DJ Sharp 3:30 PM – 4:00 PM. DJ Sharp blends a vast array of musical genres with a fluidity and fluency that is unrivaled. Now the official DJ of the NBA champion Golden State Warriors, he’s performed for Fortune 500 companies, foreign dignitaries, Las Vegas revelers, and even former President Obama! Keynote Speaker Luvvie Ajayi Jones is a New York Times bestselling author, sought-after speaker and podcast host who thrives at the intersection of comedy, justice, and professional troublemaking. She will be opening the event with a message of inspiration and action. And typical of Women in Revenue events, we’ll have a lively conversation on social channels and in our Slack community – join the #diversityinrevenue channel for this event.

Cultivate Your Superpowers Event Wrap-Up

By Claire Pockell-Wilson

On June 25th, over 200 women joined us for a chance to cultivate their superpowers and dive deep with fellow top women in sales & marketing on the topics that matter. 

The event began with a virtual fireside chat with CMO at Gigster, Jennifer Dimas, and Vice President, Trailblazer Marketing & Communities at Salesforce, Kristen Engelhardt, discussing growing up and finding their superpowers. Friends since High School, Dimas and Engelhardt reflected on impactful moments in their lives and how these moments made them the influential leaders they are today. 

Our fireside chat was followed by a keynote address from Professor Laura Huang, author of Edge: Turning Adversity into Advantage. Laura’s research examines interpersonal relationships and implicit bias in entrepreneurship and in the workplace. She is also the creator of #FindYourEdge, an initiative dedicated to addressing inequality and disadvantage through personal empowerment.

These sessions were followed by smaller group discussions that focused on topics like building your personal brand, effective team management, sales and marketing alignment, and more. Here are some of the key takeaways from those sessions: 

Sales and Marketing Alignment led by Tracy Eiler and Julia Stead

  • It’s important to agree on definitions for everything in your funnel, especially when it comes to qualification criteria for pipeline.
  • Unfortunately, people can “weaponize” data against each other. When that happens (unfortunately common) leadership really needs to step in because it’s a symptom of a lack of trust. If leadership is at odds, marketing and sales operations folks can team up and get the instrumentation set.
  • Learn more in Tracy Eiler’s E-book

Effective Team Management and Productivity in the Digital World led by Emilia D’Anzica

  • Managing yourself and finding time to work on what you are passionate about and want to learn is key. Use this Covid time to invest in learning, teaching, improving what is currently being done.
  • If you are out of a job, give yourself permission to be choosy. If working for a company that is inclusive beyond its tagline, take the time to research the company before you accept the job.
  • If you want to be an effective leader or move into a management position and your company is not enabling you, or is passing you up, don’t be afraid to invest in yourself and find a role elsewhere.

Building your Personal Brand led by Monica Bowie and Jessie Coan

  • Always assume you are interviewing for your next role
  • Master the Art of Networking: In virtual coffee chats, always ask for an introduction to another connection.
  • Take on Stretch Projects
  • Develop your Personal Brand Statement and Elevator Pitch  

Building and Cultivating a Quality Network led by Yoli Chisholm and Haylee Taylor

  • Be Selective. There are so many events, be sure to pick events that are relevant and are related to something you enjoy and are passionate about.
  • Do Your Homework. Before an event or meeting, read event flyers, email descriptions, Eventbrite descriptions. You can also review who is speaking, topics to be discussed and look up presenters and organizers on LinkedIn.
  • Set a goal of how many people to connect with in a certain amount of time, time to connect with a specific person, or number of informational interviews to book.
  • Be Prepared. Before you meet, consider the conversation and prepare questions to ask the contact. Engage the person you are speaking with by using active listening: “That point you made was interesting, what made you say that?”

Women in Sales-Making it to $1 Million led by Deanna Lyn and Lauren Goldstein 

  • Learn to “sell yourself.” Be an advocate for yourself, show and own your skills.
  • One woman shared being the only woman on an all male team and enduring team meetings at a strip joint (in the 90’s).  Later, she fully proved herself to become the top rep and being able to “redirect” the focus and move the meetings to her desired location.

An Aligned Approach for Revenue Operations led by Sara McNamara and Hilary Headlee

  • If your idea is only in your head, folks can’t work with you or help you. This slows the process. Don’t be that person, document things!
  • Boundaries — Know them. Set them. Communicate them to your boss.

Tips to Getting a Seat at the Table led by Alice Myerhoff

  • It isn’t always who you know who can help you reach your goals and get that seat: it can be who they know (coworkers of friends, friends of friends, etc.). It’s OK to talk with people you trust and ask them to help expand your own network of connections to find those opportunities, and offer to do the same.

Pivoting to a Virtual Strategy: Building Unforgettable Events that Drive Pipeline led by Sruthi Kumar and Naomi Ghilea 

  • Lean into expanding your experiences with customers, lean into using more content, leverage customer stories, and remember your tech stack is the avenue to connect with people!

Repositioning Your Value as you Progress Your Career led by Chi-Chi Liang and Debe Rapson

  • Anchor around the aspects of your personal story and value that have stayed constant (e.g., flexibility, curiosity, relationship building, problem solving, approaching everything with a customer-centric vision)

Using your Leverage to Negotiate your Next Promotion led by Erin Bohlin

  • Follow your tribe and run your own race!

If you weren’t able to attend our event, you can watch the first sessions with Kristen Engelhardt and Laura Huang below:

https://vimeo.com/433730628?embedded=true&source=vimeo_logo&owner=114669966

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