Climb & Maintain: The Power of Momentum and How to Create Results in Business
We don’t experience life. We experience the life we focus on.
How do you know what to focus on in business?
How do you create momentum to get massive results?
How to unleash your power as a woman and gain momentum? (Hint: IT’S NOT AS COMPLICATED AS YOU THINK)
Come learn how to master your own momentum to get better results!
In this session, we will cover:
The power of servant leadership
The foundation of momentum
How to stop hiding in plain sight
Tools for confidence as a woman in tech
About Keisha N. Hines
Keisha N. Hines is Founder and CEO of Coltrane Hyde, a custom software development firm committed to transforming the digital landscape by developing software that solves problems, unites communities, improves lives, and provides opportunities. Prior to starting Coltrane Hyde, Ms. Hines was Director of Technology for 3Ci where she provided leadership, direction and guidance to clients by translating strategic business objectives into concrete solutions within technology, innovation, cybersecurity, user experience, infrastructure, and digital integration.
Before joining 3Ci, Ms. Hines served as Senior Vice President of External Affairs for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce where she directed the Chamber’s external affairs efforts which included global communications, public relations, marketing, social media, grassroots engagement and over $2.5 million in events revenue. She also managed the Chamber’s Creative Economy and Diversity councils. Prior to joining the Georgia Chamber, Ms. Hines was Senior Director of Communications, Strategic Partnerships and Innovation at Zoo Atlanta. In this leadership role, she directed the Zoo’s social media, public relations, crisis communications, partnerships and technology-based innovation projects.
Keisha is a graduate of Morgan State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Policy. Ms. Hines’ professional career includes more than 20 years of experience in a variety of fields, including technology, public relations, marketing, high- level crisis management, music, fashion, television and law enforcement. Her accomplishments include two Atlanta Marketer of the Year (AMY) Awards in General Advertising and Integrated PR campaign; and two 2017 awards from the National Association of Chamber Executives for creative use of infographics and the Chamber’s Georgia 2030 initiative. She is a Leadership Atlanta alumna, a member of Women in Technology, and a community champion for STEM and STEAM initiatives.
About the Women + Tech Meetup
Ladies of Atlanta, it’s time to come together to make the phrase “Women in Tech” obsolete! Join us as we openly discuss personal and professional growth, challenges in the workplace, community involvement, and whatever else is on your mind. Our Village can be the one to make women in tech the status quo.
Second Wednesday of the Month, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Mission: To empower women in tech through a kick-ass network, intentional teaching & purposeful community because it does take a village. Our goal is to make to Atlanta the number one place for “women in tech” (because clearly it’s not Silicon Valley).