Joining us today is Mindy Mazur, Executive Director of Brazen St. Louis.
Brazen St. Louis encourages women at all stages of business and industries to join a like-minded community and feel supported on their entrepreneurial journey. The organization is designed for entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, founders, presidents, and CEOs who are not part of a parent company.
Through the years, Mindy has worked to empower women and girls by advancing issues such as pay equity, civil rights, and voting rights, and appointing more women to public boards and commissions. She’s dedicated to electing more women to public office, mentoring and sponsoring women inside and outside the workplace, and volunteering time in women’s leadership groups.
In this episode:
Where did Mindy’s passion for women entrepreneurs begin.
How did her career path lead to Brazen St. Louis as Executive Director.
How Mindy leveraged her background in her current role.
What did she do for support?
Where are the disparities? How do things look for lady bosses?
How policy influences and impacts the advancement of women entrepreneurs.
How do we respond to the woman who says, “I’m scared to death” about starting a business or other aspects of entrepreneurship?
Mindy’s encouragement to the woman who says “I can’t wait”, while they are in circumstances that cause her to wait.
Where are some of the blind spots for women entrepreneurs when it comes to achieving the next level?
Mindy’s best-practice tools for women entrepreneurs.
What is the “Sister CEO” concept and how is it incorporated?
What are the kinds of resources Brazen provides for members?
How Mindy encourages women entrepreneurs to discover entrepreneurial opportunities they haven’t considered yet.
How do women become members?