Denise Meridith has been the "glass breaker" her entire life from being the first Black valedictorian in her elementary school to desegregating NYC junior high & high schools to being the first woman hired by a major Federal agency to her involvement with businesses. In this talk, she summarizes the hurdles she has faced as a Black woman, which unfortunately still exist.
Presented by Denise Meridith NAWBO Phoenix
Denise Meridith is a New York native with a BS from Cornell University and MPA from University of Southern California. She is an extraordinary business leader and author with many "firsts" and significant accomplishments in the government, academic, non-profit, and for-profit sectors. She is currently CEO of The World's Best Connectors, a virtual community for C-suite executives, and Denise Meridith Consultants Inc, a public and community affairs S-Corporation, headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.