Joining us today is Leslie Gill, Executive Director of Rung for Women. Having served in leadership capacities for several profit and non-profit organizations, Leslie has been deeply involved in a wide range of social welfare issues.
Before joining Rung, Leslie served as the Chief Executive Officer of Annie Malone Children and Family Service Center.
In this episode:
Leslie discusses how Rung got its start as a high-end consignment shop for the benefit of The Women’s Foundation of Greater St. Louis and how through the years it evolved into its current state ASA program of holistic self sufficiency for women.
Leslie tells us about the vision of Rung for Women and its goal to not only change the landscape of the St. Louis community, but to also help women remove barriers to success and help them to achieve higher financial goals.
Leslie talks about how Ali Hogan, Founder of Rung for Women, took a pause in her efforts in order to make a successful pivot into a new organization with a broader scope.
Leslie talks about the four pillars on which Rung for Women is built upon – Wealth Building, Family Stability, Well-Being and Career.