Ellen Smoak is a two-time bestselling author, keynote speaker, and founder and CEO of The Society of Women Entrepreneurs.
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Ellen Smoak is a two-time bestselling author, keynote speaker, and founder and CEO of The Society of Women Entrepreneurs. She’s been called a “true change agent” by Marci Shimoff, star of the hit movie The Secret. Smoak was the keynote speaker at the 2018 TEDx BartonSpringsWomen in Austin, where her passionate speech, “Confessions of a Former Mean Girl,” sparked a call to action for women throughout the world to learn a better, more empowering way of relating to one another. In her speech, Smoak affirms, “If we’re going to keep rising as women, then we absolutely must start treating each other better.” Smoak’s passion for women supporting women is informed by her experience during adolescence of terrible bullying at the hands of other girls. Experience matched with later insights about this and related problems led Smoak to create The Society of WE. Her inspiring message is perfect for any audience that seeks inspiration and motivation for change.
The Society of Women Entrepreneurs offers community, mentorship and support to women entrepreneurs worldwide. To support The Society of Women Entrepreneurs’ movement or learn more about it, visit societyofwe.com.