Why does Lovell offer leadership training for women in business?
With women only holding 14% of the top leadership positions in Fortune 500 companies, the pressure to conform to corporate standards is high. How can women find success while staying true to who they are when they are still making 85% of what men make for the same job?
What we don’t often realize is that at the heart of every successful venture is a passionate determination that transcends expectations. As a young woman entrepreneur who started her first business at 19-years-old, Lovell Corporation’s CEO, Kelly Lovell especially understands pressures facing women. From meeting her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and receiving an international award for her leadership at Buckingham Palace, to speaking at the United Nations and serving as the youngest Policy Advisor for the W20, Kelly not only representing the voice of women in business, she is creating a path for future young woman leaders to follow.