Women Mentoring Men in the Age of #MeToo. #MentorHim Too

adminUncategorizedLeave a Comment

  This is a follow-up article to our November HuffPost piece “Men Mentoring Women: 8 Healthy Boundaries in the Age of #MeToo” Ladies, it is time to #MentorHim Too… I was reflecting a lot today on the new SurveyMonkey findings from Leanin.org that were not surprising but captured some of the anticipated backlash of the #MeToo movement. Some of the findings shared are: 1:2 … Read More

Men Mentoring Women- 8 Healthy Boundaries in the Age of #MeToo

adminMentoring, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

By Julie Kantor. Originally published 11-30-2018 on Catalyst.org (MARC site) and in the Huffington Post. Oh, No. Not Matt Lauer! Did Russell Simmons just step down? #MeToo continues and seems like a slow-motion movie that plays on and on. There is a toxic vibe in the air in Hollywood, Wall Street, on Capitol Hill, weary HR executives abound. According to an ABC News- Washington Post poll, … Read More

Sara Wallin’s Journey From Young Start-up Investor to CEO of ALMI Väst

adminTwomentorThoughtLeaders, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

At Twomentor, we share bi-weekly thought leadership from phenomenal executives and social entrepreneurs focused on: a diverse skilled workforce, social impact entrepreneurship, mentoring cultures, sponsorship and elevating women in their careers.  This week we are thrilled to catch up with Sara Wallin, CEO of ALMI Väst, supporting thousands of Swedish innovations to become viable companies with the help of capital, … Read More

First Female White House CIO on Cybersecurity Talent

adminUncategorizedLeave a Comment

This week we caught up with Theresa Payton for our thought leadership series on Women in STEM, Mentoring and Sponsorship. Theresa served as the first female Chief Information Officer at the White House, overseeing IT operations for President George W. Bush and the 3,000+ members of the Executive Office of the President. Currently, Theresa is CEO of Fortalice Solutions, an … Read More

The State of Corporate Mentoring: Interview with Dr. Lois Zachary

adminUncategorizedLeave a Comment

At Twomentor, we share bi-weekly thought leadership from phenomenal executives and social entrepreneurs focused on: a diverse skilled workforce, social impact entrepreneurship, mentoring cultures, sponsorship and elevating women in STEM careers. This week, I am thrilled to share incredible gems of wisdom from a woman I admire greatly. Dr. Lois Zachary, president of Leadership Development Services LLC is an internationally … Read More

Back to School, Back to STEM… New Research from Randstad

adminUncategorizedLeave a Comment

At Twomentor, LLC we share bi-weekly thought leadership from phenomenal executives and social entrepreneurs focused on: a diverse skilled workforce, social impact entrepreneurship, mentoring cultures, sponsorship and elevating women and youth in STEM careers. We had a compelling discussion about youth in STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering and Math) and a new study with Alan Stukalsky, Chief Digital Officer, Randstad North … Read More

What Corporate America Can Learn from 12-Step Programs

adminUncategorizedLeave a Comment

I’ve been wanting to write this article for a long time out of a deep personal gratitude. My family was saved 13 years ago when our loved one with a destructive addiction to a prescription medication made his way to rooms of support by attending rehab and attending 12-Step meetings. No one can argue that 12 step programs have brought … Read More