The Hot Mommas Project honored the winners of its 2011 case study competition on May 3 at an awards event that featured a delegation led by Her Royal Highness Princess Fay Jahan Ara, noted global philanthropist and president of the RACH Charity Foundation, as well as Hot Mommas case authors from the DC area and around the world. “Hot Mommas” is an independent venture housed at GWSB and included in the mission of the Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence. It seeks to spotlight innovative businesswomen and create an online database of case studies of successful female role models.
Top honors went to Liz Corah for her case study about her path to founding Studio-310, a fitness/dance studio. Chelsea Swift, a student, won the first-runner up for her case study on fighting lupus. Second-runner up awards went to Ann Bevans, who founded a company and battled cancer, and Marion Isabelle Chapsa, who started her own leadership consulting company. To watch a video of the event, please visit: http://www.livestream.com/hotmommasproject. For a full list of 2011 case study winners, please visit: http://www.hotmommasproject.org/winners.aspx
To learn more about the Hot Mommas Project, visit www.HotMommasProject.org.
Posted by gwsb on May 5, 2011 | Filed under: GWSB News.