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Kind Words

“The six months of Project Fast Track were incredibly valuable for me. Karen, Ellen and Denise have created a no-waste, high-impact leadership development program that drives results. Not only did I meet the goals I set out for myself at the onset, I was able to quickly surpass them.”

– VP, Insurance Co.

“I’ve learned to leverage my authenticity; to identify and believe in what I bring to the table.”

– COO, Technology Co.

“The program has exceeded my expectations. The one-on-one coaching has been hugely impactful. In the past, I would not have been as bold.”

– Head of HR, Global Non-Profit

“Most impactful for me has been an opportunity to pause and reflect. Thinking through my strengths and what I really want for myself was not something I was doing before.”

– Vice President, Insurance Co.

“Most powerful has been the cohort of amazing women who have provided me with tremendous advice and insights. If you’re ready for transformation, enroll in Project Fast Track.”

– Non-profit Director

For the Women at Major League Baseball:

“Ellen led a riveting presentation – What Holds Women Back – which allowed participants to level set their own “current self” and work to develop their leadership potential, upon a greater understanding of themselves. We took away actionable tips immediately and put them into practice in our daily lives. We asked Ellen for a lot and she overdelivered.”

Melanie LeGrande, Major League Baseball

For the CT Bar Association:

“I speak for many when I say participants left the program feeling optimistic after having been fortified with knowledge and tools necessary to create positive change for themselves. Cultivate a Powerful Presence: Strategies to Enhance Your Practice was spot on in identifying common obstacles faced by women in the workplace.  It allowed for group discussion of shared experiences in a supportive and encouraging environment.  It challenged attendees to not only hold themselves accountable for certain behavior and patterns that could be holding them back but also to envision means by which to attain optimal career success.”

Jennifer Wheelock, McGivney, Kluger & Cook, P.C., Chair of the Women in the Law Section of the CT Bar Assoc.