Ep. 47: Kristy Wallace, President of Ellevate Network, Loves Working to Close the Gender Achievement Gap in Business
"For me, I was always putting myself last and that had its implications on my mental health and my physical health. Starting to really put yourself first sounds so bad to say, but it's not, because the healthier and happier you are the better parent and spouse and boss and worker you are. It doesn't have to be all-consuming, but just take some time for yourself. Pick what is fulfilling to you and do it."
Kristy Wallace is President of Ellevate Newtwork, a global professional women's network with the mission of closing the gender achievement gap in business. She also hosts the Ellevate Podcast, having "conversations with women changing the face of business." On this episode, Kristy shares the wisdom she has learned from the women she meets, as well as lessons learned in her own career. Before coming to Ellevate, Kristy founded one tech startup and served on the leadership of another, always doing what she loved. Learn how Kristy crafts her career with intention, takes time to nourish herself, and juggles motherhood of three little ones in the process.
"Your career does not end at 40. You're just hitting your stride. Think about everything you have yet to accomplish and will accomplish. So keep going and be inspired and keep working."
We talk with Kristy about how she got started at Ellevate Network, her best 4 pieces of career advice, how to effectively use your network, moving on from failure, the importance of self-assessment, being a working mother, making time for yourself, channeling your efforts towards the best possible use, getting inspired, how to be more proactive in your career, doing what you love, using awareness and goal-setting to overcome financial risks, accomplishing goals by planning and organizing, and the value of outsourcing.
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