Did you miss our October Parents' Panel on "Working Mom Guilt" featuring women leaders from Motherly, MommaWork, Milky Mommas and PowerToFly? Don't worry, the entire conversation can now be viewed free, on demand!
PowerToFly is excited to host our second virtual Parents' Panel on December 10th! In this panel, we're discussing work-life balance, and how to bring your full self to work each and every day while balancing a growing family at home. Join us for this live Q&A to learn new tips, strategies, and share personal anecdotes that have helped shape these women into the founders and mothers they are today!
Ask these experts ANYTHING during this free, virtual conversation on PowerToFly!
Eloise Drane is the founder of Family Inceptions, an agency that works together with prospective parents, egg donors, and surrogates to help build families of choice. Her passion and unparalleled empathy blossomed from her own experience as an egg donor six times and a surrogate three times. Eloise understands the importance of empowerment and encouragement within the family creation process. When she isn't guiding others in making family legacies, Eloise can be found fostering the relationships in her own family. Reading, learning, and spending quality time with her husband and five children.
FemCity has been seen in Gilt, Vogue, Forbes, AP, Mashable and Fast Company and has over 100 locations in the US, Canada and the Islands.
Violette and Stephen and have three kids that span mid 20's to tween age. Their gracefully aging rescue dog, Cosmo is a frequent pseudo star on her instagram.
Mari Leong is the founder of Petite Crown, an eco-friendly baby product company. She started the business with the mission to end diaper need by donating a diaper for every product sold after learning about families not being able to afford diapers. She is a mother of two, business owner, full-time worker, and graduate school student and immigrant from Japan.
In today's fast-paced career culture, work-life balance is everything. When you're looking for a job, you want to make sure that the company will take care of you both in terms of finances and wellness.
A salary alone isn't enough to make most people stay at a job. In fact, four out of five employees say that a new benefit like a professional development program is more important than salary.