Columbia-based Cheryl Pullins is a Professional Speaker and Business/Lifestyle Solutions Strategist. Her primary mission in life is to impact women entrepreneurs with insight that produces improved results in their businesses and personal lives. Pullins – the publisher of the Victorious Women anthology series – is also the Founder/CEO of The Women’s Academy for Entrepreneurial Learning, a series of online professional development classes for women entrepreneurs that launched earlier this week.
Pullins serves as the primary instructor – covering a range of topics that equip women entrepreneurs with the competencies to make sound decisions regarding their business infrastructure, finances, marketing, life management and mindset. “Not only do the women who participate in The Women’s Academy for Entrepreneurial Learning (the Academy) receive content that helps them with their professional development and business ownership, but they are inspired also to dream big and build a strategy for bringing their dreams to reality,” said Pullins.
Pullins’ own natural passion to see women succeed as well as her own struggles as a women entrepreneur were the impetus for her launching The Women’s Academy for Entrepreneurial Learning (the Academy). She describes herself as a seasoned “corporate girl” with more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources and who was on the fast track to what she thought was her “dream” job of being a Human Resource Vice President.
Pullins life took a drastic change when she started her own business. “Entrepreneurship and just about every that comes along with it was very new to me. I was clueless and I realized that there were some women who were in the same boat as me. This is the reason I launched my coaching business to share my insight and experience with them so that they, too, could build their businesses, grow their incomes and live abundant lives,” explained Pullins.
She believes the Academy can have a significant impact on the lives of Baltimore women, especially those women seeking encouragement, support and opportunities to network with other women entrepreneurs. The Academy’s focus during this inaugural year is on execution. “There are so many women entrepreneurs who have fantastic ideas and dreams, but they don’t have a strategy and if they do have a strategy they have not been successful with its execution. And this is where The Women’s Academy for Entrepreneurial Learning comes in…to support them in taking the big leap into their business and life,” said Pullins.
When asked the end result she hopes women will achieve through their participation in the Academy, Pullins responded that she hoped women would achieve wild, radical and unwavering success. “I want women entrepreneurs to be equipped to build and grow their businesses in such a way that they position themselves for success that is beyond their own expectations,” stated Pullins.
For more information regarding the Women’s Academy for Entrepreneurial Learning and the online class scheduled February 21st at 8:30 p.m. (EDT), visit www.womenslearningacademy.com.