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Karen McCullough is a nationally known keynote speaker. Through her study of human behavior, workplace trends, and branding, she has developed an innovative approach to connecting with people as she integrates the business, personal, and cultural aspects of life. For over 20 years, Karen was a CEO and buyer for several fashion retail stores in Houston, Texas. Today Karen energizes women s groups, business leaders, and employees across the country. Her programs provide both men and women the tools they need to improve productivity, take concrete action, and make changes necessary to achieve the success they desire, no matter their age or position.Meredith McCullough is a full time technology and policy consultant, who has always been drawn to working with women and building community. After graduation from Notre Dame, Meredith spent two years running women s groups in Santiago, Chile and did graduate work at the University of Texas at Austin in women s political participation. With over 15 years of experience and training in project management and program development, she has worked with international agencies , state and local organizations, and most recently, the Federal government. It is her dedication to teaching yoga, her passion for empowering women of all ages, and her love of pop-culture that really gets Meredith excited about life.
The book itself is great. The content is awesome and entertaining. The books nad movies that are classified like 7 types of women is interesting as well. Read morePublished on October 21, 2011 by Burcu Tunca
The Seven Women Project was a great book and I had so much fun reading it. I thought it provided insight to who I am most often and who strive to be. Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by Michelle
This is truly a wonderful book that is entertaining and provides tips on empowerment and leadership for women! Read morePublished on June 11, 2010 by honor1211
Fun, easy read that both educates and entertains the reader. Karen and Meredith use these 7 women to help each of us explore success in our own lives.Published on May 24, 2010 by Danielle R. Forget Shield
If you are looking, as I was, for a fun, smart and inspirational gift for a woman who strives for excellence in her personal and professional lives, you could hardly do better than... Read morePublished on May 5, 2010 by Michael Poteet
Once I started reading The Seven Women Project I couldn't put it down. I kept finding tidbits of information about myself with all seven women. Read morePublished on May 3, 2010 by Donna Fisher