There is no shortage of books, professional associations, mentoring programs or conferences discussing women's leadership. The need for organizations to dismantle institutionalized unconscious gender bias, why so many high performing women suffer from an "imposter complex", and the disproportionate amount of men in senior leadership positions across industries and sectors... these important topics are constantly in the spotlight. Yet even the most well intentioned women's leadership champions frequently overlook one key issue - HOW to empower rising female leaders to develop the mindset, skill set and resilience to lead confidently (and competently). Branded a "Moxie Maven" by the White House Office of Public Engagement for her unique and effective approach to developing female leaders, and having shared her experiential approaches to women's leadership with the UN Commission on the Status of Women, Alexia Vernon is a leading expert on this important topic . In this engaging and refreshingly practical presentation, Alexia will integrate her experiences as a former women's studies professor and leader of Influencer Academy, an experiential women's leadership development program, wi
Branded a "Moxie Maven" by the White House Office of Public Engagement for her unique and effective approach to women's leadership, Alexia Vernon has spent her life engaged in growing female leaders. A graduate of an all-girls' middle and high school, a former women's studies professor and an in-demand speaker, coach and trainer for organizations such as MGM Resorts, Zappos and the United Nations, Alexia is the Founder/President of the Las Vegas-based women's leadership development program, Influencer Academy. A trusted partner to CEOs, startup founders, NYT bestselling authors, media personalities, entrepreneurs and change agents, Alexia is a leading consultant and go-to expert on gender and leadership, public speaking, negotiation and stepping into thought leadership. Her work has been featured by CNN, NBC, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Inc, European Business Review and Women's Health Magazine.