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The Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation, announced today that Larraine Segil, its Founder, Chair and CEO has been named to the

The Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation, announced today that Larraine Segil, its Founder, Chair and CEO has been named to the Fast Company Impact Council

The Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation, announced today that Larraine Segil, its Founder, Chair and CEO has been named to the Fast Company Impact Council. The Fast Company Impact Council is an invitation-only collective of innovative leaders and the most creative people in business. The group meets several times a year for webinars and roundtable discussions on some of the greatest opportunities and most pressing challenges of our time, and the role companies and council members can play in shaping the future.

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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation, announced today that Larraine Segil, its Founder, Chair and CEO has been named to the Fast Company Impact Council. The Council is an invitation-only collective of innovative leaders and the most creative people in business. The group meets several times a year for webinars and roundtable discussions on some of the greatest opportunities and most pressing challenges of our time, and the role companies and council members can play in shaping the future.

"We are delighted that Larraine Segil has agreed to serve on our Council," said Stephanie Mehta, Fast Company editor-in-chief. "Fast Company first wrote about her in 2000, and we've followed her career as a dealmaker, thought leader and business influencer. We look forward to her contributions to the Impact Council."

Fast Company is the world's leading business media brand, with an editorial focus on innovation in technology, leadership, world changing ideas, creativity, and design. Written for and about the most progressive business leaders, Fast Company inspires readers to think expansively, lead with purpose, embrace change, and shape the future of business.

Learn more at https://www.fastcompany.com/

The Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation (EWA) selects high potential, upper-career exceptional Women from multiple industries, develops and mentors them with guidance and career redesign advice to propel them to sustainable success - one woman at a time. Their year-long program enables the EWA to be connected for life to their ever-expanding EWA global network, as their fellow women leaders move into positions of significance.

Learn more at http://www.ExceptionalWomenAwardees.com

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Larraine Segil, https://www.exceptionalwomenawardees.com/, 3106781499, lsegil@exceptionalwomenawardees.com

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SOURCE Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation



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