Episode 3: Interview with Natalie Jameson, CEO and Founder of The Heroworx institute
Equipping female leaders to thrive and drive exponential enterprise growth.
I’m thrilled to bring you this week’s interview with Natalie Jameson, founder of The Heroworx Institute.
Natalie is what I would call a power connector and since meeting her at the Business Mentors networking meetup at Tech Manchester she’s since connected me with some really wonderful people.
Natalie is a naturally curious person with a fascinating background and has used her curiosity to identify a big gap in the market and use technology and education to equip and empower female leaders in enterprise positions.
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