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Episode 11 of the Empowering Women Podcast

GUEST: Charli K. Matthews, Founding CEO of Empowering Brands

Charli is the founder and CEO of Empowering brands, and under this umbrella she has Empowering Pumps and Empowering Women in Industry. Through this media and marketing company, Charli helps clients get the most out of their marketing investments and gets clients in front of larger and more diverse audiences focused on their specific areas of expertise. Empowering brands drives thought leadership, and shines a light on future leaders in the industry at hand.

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"I want to be clear with one thing. I am creating a community for women so that we have a network to go to, to learn from, to feel supported... to understand that if we empower each other, instead of compete with each other, then we're stronger, we can have better brands, we can have better businesses..."   "I don't have the answer to all the problems and I don't think any one person does. But collectively, we can absolutely solve problems. ...We can get better and support each other, encourage each other... "   "I want women to have access to the table... to sit and share their ideas. I want them to have access to leadership, so that they can present their ideas. And I want them to have access to skills, so they can better present their ideas."   "At the end of the day, we're trying to help each other."   "There's not enough women in our industry to fill the gaps that are needed to have this creative, holistic approach to the problems that we have to solve today..."   "It's not about me having access to the table; I own my own company. But I want to make sure that women who want to be in any field, whatever their passion is, that they have the opportunitiy to sit at the table of their choosing, and share their ideas with the skills to do so "   "I think owning our voice is so much more important than being liked...  ...It is more important to me to be respected for the knowledge that I have and the experiences that I have than to be liked. And being liked is very important to me!"      

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