Virtual Girls’ Night Out: Mother/Daughter Powerhouse Peg and Courtney Rowe

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Posted May 9, 2013 by Career Girl Network in Life After Five
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What is Virtual Girls’ Night Out?

We all want to spend more time chatting with our girlfriends, but sometimes life is just too busy to get those girls’ nights out scheduled regularly. That’s why Career Girl Network is bringing you Virtual Girls’ Night Out. So put on those pajamas, grab a bowl of popcorn, and settle in while our CEO, writers, and partners talk with incredible guests every other week.

 

This week, Marcy Twete is talking with Peg and Courtney Rowe, a dynamic Mother/Daughter pair who support one another personally and professionally and both do amazing things in every realm of their lives.

Access the recording below or subscribe to our iTunes channel to see all of our past and future podcasts by clicking here.

 


 
 

ABOUT PEG:

Peg Rowe is Managing Partner of Tiara International. Through her business experience, she brings knowledge, wisdom and unique perspectives on building high performance teams, creating a collaborative culture, developing leaders and delivering exceptional results. She works seamlessly with all levels of management, across groups or in one-on-one settings.

ABOUT COURTNEY:

Courtney Rowe is the Development Coordinator for Girls in the Game and is in the process of completing her Masters Degree in Leadership and Policy Studies from DePaul University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is passionate about the empowerment and protection of women and girls at the international, national and local levels.

 


About the Author

Career Girl Network

Career Girl Network’s mission is to provide for women clear paths to career success and a large network of women to nurture, mentor, and support their goals. Part online media platform and part social enterprise start-up, Career Girl Network brings together women who want to become empowered in their own careers and discover opportunities to reach out and encourage the empowerment of others.

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