Babson College Empow(h)er Photo Exhibit Captures Women Leaders And Their Paths To Success - Lioness Magazine
Lioness CEO Dawn Leaks between shots of her photo shoot on location at Valley Venture Mentors. Leaks will be featured in the Babson College Empow(h)er Photography Exhibit March 13-19 in Wellesley, Mass. (Shirley Leaks)
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Babson College Empow(h)er Photo Exhibit Captures Women Leaders And Their Paths To Success

On March 12, the public is invited to attend the Empow(h)er Photography Exhibit Opening Reception & Panel Discussion hosted at Babson College in Wellesley, Mass. at the Reynolds Campus Center.

Empow(h)er is a photo series by Anneliese Glaubitz capturing women leaders and their paths to success. It looks at the reality of women in leadership today and hopes to inspire other girls and women to be confident and have the courage to lead. This is Glaubitz’s Sorenson Capstone Project.

Lioness CEO Dawn Leaks is one of the six women in business highlighted in the photo exhibit and will also be one of three speaking on the Women in Leadership Panel Discussion hosted by the Sorenson Center for the Arts and the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL).

Leaks heads the media company, Lioness For the Female Entrepreneur, the first media organization dedicated to helping women launch and scale high-growth startups. She came aboard the growing startup in the last quarter of 2015. Under her direction, the company’s popular news site for women startup founders, GetLioness.News, has grown exponentially adding live and virtual events, coaching, mentoring, training and leadership programming to its offerings. A visiting assistant professor of social entrepreneurship at Hampshire College, Leaks is a certified life coach, and the former state director of communications at the American Red Cross.

Check out a couple of behind-the-scenes snapshots.

“I’m very excited to be on this panel and to support a student and leader in her own right on her capstone project. We’re stronger when we support each other and when we share what we’ve learned along the way,” Leaks said.

The photo exhibit will be on view March 13-19 during Women’s History Month. All are welcome and no registration is required to attend the opening reception and panel discussion on March 12. For more information, click here.