Mariela Dabbah, Founder & CEO; The Red Shoe Movement
A force to be reckoned with when it comes to leveraging the playing fieldfor women and diverse employees at the corporate level, award-winning author, founder of the Red Shoe Movement and Latinos in College, Mariela Dabbah is one of the most sought-after and respected thought leaders in the country.
A best seller on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Nielsen, her award winning books include Find Your Inner Red Shoes, The Latino Advantage in the Workplace, Latinos in College: Your Guide to Success and any others. In 2013 she received the Women and Society Award by LULAC and Cervantes Institute for her contributions to the advancement of the Hispanic community.
FOUNDER & CEO
CEO of the Red Shoe Movement: Women Supporting Women for Career Success (www.RedShoeMovement.com), a global grassroots movement and leadership development platform that helps corporations increase the recruitment, engagement, and accelerate growth of women in their organizations with a sustainable approach. Every Red Shoe Tuesday women wear their red shoes and men wear red ties to work to signal their support for the career development of women.
FOUNDER & CEO
Founder of Latinos in College, the first online/offline all encompassing platform to help Latino students graduate from college. The non-profit organization's website www.latinosincollege.com offers resources, tools and connections for Latino students and their families to find, pay and graduate from college.
International speaker and always present in the media for her expertise in leadership development, overcoming barriers to success, education and women empowerment Mariela has presented at Procter and Gamble, General Electric, Citigroup, AIG, Exxon/Mobil, HBO, Goldman Sachs, Verizon, JPMorgan Chase, McDonald's, the College Board, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, Hispanic Retail 360, National Association for Bilingual Education, The Conference Board, and National Society of Hispanic MBAs, among many other companies, organizations and professional conferences.