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Moving Mountains By Dr. Halee Scott

Amy was a vice-president for a Christian non-profit in Los Angeles. She had been with the company for several years—it was the first place she applied after college. Amy started as an administrative assistant for the president, but senior leaders quickly realized she had a knack for business and a mind for problem-solving. Amy quickly…

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Shattering the Glass Ceiling By Dr. Halee Scott

Sammie had worked for the company for ten years before she hit the “glass ceiling”. With her strong commitment to God and her irreproachable work ethic, she’d garnered the respect of the entire company—from the warehouse stockmen straight to the CEO. Sammie started in the call center, fielding calls from donors, but was gradually entrusted…

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Ministry for Women in Leadership By Dr. Halee Scott

Ann initially applied as an administrative assistant at a ministry in Tennessee when her husband lost his job in the economic recession 2008. Upper management quickly saw she had an excellent mind for business, and she catapulted through the ranks in the organization, eventually becoming the company’s first female vice president. Under her leadership, her…

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