Julie Smolyansky

Julie Smolyansky: CEO of Lifeway Foods

Meet Julie Smolyansky. Julie is an unstoppable force in the business world and well recognized for her leadership skills and business acumen. Julie took over the role of CEO of Lifeway Foods from her father and has brought the business to another level of success. She is a strong leader, a committed mother and a dedicated spokesperson to end violence against women, which are just a few of the reasons why we like her so much. Julie was recently recognized for her incredible skills in Fortune’s 40 under 40.

We really admire Julie and hope you are inspired by her as well!

For more information, visit: http://fortune.com

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Secret Society of Women

The Secret Society of Women describes itself as a community of real women sharing real secrets and advice, and we couldn’t agree more! The group was started by Sophia Kim and Lisa Ling to offer women a confidential community to freely share thoughts and advice, and by doing so, to learn from each other. We love the openness and anonymity of the site, but also the ability to connect with others through secrets and thoughts. Check it out – we’re sure you’ll be amazed!

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Shawn Anchor: The Happy Secret to Better Work

Did you know that there are things you can do to create lasting positive change?

  • 3 Gratitudes
  • Journaling
  • Exercise
  • Meditation
  • Random acts of kindness

Watch the video to find out more!

 

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Elianna Sabbag Moquette: Co-founder and Director of Step Up Enterprises

Meet Elianna Sabbag Moquette. Elianna is a change-maker known for her commitment to poverty alleviation across the world. We deeply respect her passion, drive and dedication to changing the world. Recently, Elianna co-founded Step Up Enterprises, a social enterprise that works to provide micro and small social enterprise investments. The goal of the enterprise is to achieve a sustainable and scale-able impact all across the world.

We truly admire Elianna and respect her work as a doer, instead of simply a donor. We hope you are inspired by her too.

For more information, visit: http://www.alliancemagazine.org/blog/interview-elianna-sabbag-moquette/