Karla Munden – Lincoln Financial Group

Be dedicated to your craft. I also share the same advice my parents gave me, “No matter what you choose to do, be the best.”

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Dianna Liner – Liner Entertainment Group

Surround yourself with POSITIVE people—those who know EXACTLY what their goals are and where they are headed.

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Herb Johnson – Michelin

Do your job well, seek out a mentor, network within the organization, and volunteer for the difficult assignments and projects.

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Mark W. Johnson – Newell Rubbermaid

You are ultimately responsible for managing your own career path. Be aggressive in seeking out new challenges and learning opportunities.

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Kenneth J. Parker – Pepco Holdings, Inc.

I believe we can be whatever we want but it starts with the image that you can. You must believe in yourself.

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Shell Jones – Play-Place for Autistic Children

Be extra thorough, be inquisitive about everything, and be patient. The key: “Don’t fit in, stand out.”

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Eddie Meyers – PNC Financial Services

Our greatest challenge is the lack of motivation toward achieving an education. Education provides opportunity, and can provide access and increased awareness.

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Vanessa Abrahams-John – Praxair

Perform at a very high level in your current role while simultaneously looking for “growth” (not necessarily promotional) opportunities to learn the core business and further develop your skill set.

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Ronald Andrews – Prudential Financial

Spend your time learning as much as you can. Be a sponge, and think long term.

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Wanda Brackins – RBC Wealth Management

I motivate others by encouraging and allowing them to use their creative talents, providing autonomy, and taking the opportunity to highlight and promote jobs well done.

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