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I Want Her Job

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Oct 30, 2017
Vicki Saunders is the founder of SheEO, an organization redefining the rules for how businesses are funded. SheEO’s radical generosity funding model is completely transformative, and if Vicki’s goals are realized, a $1B dollar fund will be created to fund female-owned small-to-medium businesses, forever. In episode 56 of I Want Her Job: The Podcast, Vicki shares advice from her career path with Host Polina Selyutin. She also discusses lessons she's learned through her career, self-development advice, why she founded SheEO and why we desperately need small-to-medium businesses to transform our communities. SheEO's mission is incredibly inspiring, and it's quite possibly a game changer for how women fund and support one another. 
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