Gain access to our proven frameworks and methodology for growing your business
Find a place to discuss changes and opportunities you are facing in this new economy
Learn from what we call the ‘Power of Collective Intelligence’
Think bigger. See opportunities ahead and gain the confidence and connections to pursue them
Find peers and a professional network of women so you don't have to build alone
Connect and support one another through life post-covid
Since 2011, Her Corner has been using templates and frameworks to teach women business owners how to grow their companies. We have been curating small groups of business owners for nearly a decade and our programs and frameworks have helped over 1,000 business owners grow their companies across multiple industries, disciplines, and geographies.
The frameworks and methodologies are constantly evolving and developing based on current economic trends and small business markets.
Join a Her Corner Business Peer Group if you’re looking for:
Since March 2020, Her Corner has completely updated and changed its content curriculum to help businesses assess, pivot, and reposition their businesses for growth.
Today’s curriculum and frameworks are brand new and developed based on current market conditions and hundreds of hours of practical research and discussions with small business owners.
Participation in a peer group starts at $225 per month.
Goal Setting + Sales Tracking: Evaluating revenue by business line, setting goals for the year, and putting systems in place to track progress.
Focus on What Matters: Time Management and Efficiency - How to think about our priorities on a large scale and systematically achieve them.
Are you Making Enough Profit? Evaluating your pricing strategy to increase profits.
2021 Digital Marketing: Understanding, implementing, and evaluating the different phases of a comprehensive Digital Marketing Strategy.
Engagement: In Your Business. In Your Life. Thinking about the importance of happiness and engagement and how to foster both at work and at home.
Improving the Virtual Customer Experience: The virtual customer experience has changed - this month we focus on where and how to improve it.
Your Team: How to hire and Manage in 2021 & Beyond: This month we talk about how to be more intentional in hiring and more strategic about onboarding and managing teams.
Quality Assurance + Quality Control for Growth: This month we take a look at the difference between quality assurance and quality control, and how to create the right processes for each for your business.
Reimagining Work in a Time of Transition: This month we consider the changes and trends experts are anticipating and give you space to consider how those changes will apply to your business.
Marketing Funnels - the Steps, the Conversion, & the Results! Now that we are moving back towards more in-person meetings, what opportunities does this open up for marketing? What does this mean for your marketing funnel?
Strategic Communications Cannot be Ignored: This month we look at how to assess what is truly important to communicate: both to team members and to customers, and how to create the right strategic communications approach for your business.
A Return to Risk Taking for Strategic Planning: As we make plans for growth in 2022 it is important to recalibrate our comfort level with risk and start to think big again. What are your goals for 2022? What has to be true about you, about your business, about your team to achieve those goals?
|Groups Program Pricing||Price Per Month
|Group Meeting Only (Meets virtually)||$225|
|Meeting + 60 Minutes of Coaching MONTHLY||$425|
|Meeting + 30-min Coaching MONTHLY||$325|
|Meeting + 60 Minutes of Coaching every OTHER month||$325|
|Meeting + 30 Minutes of Coaching every OTHER month||$275|
You don't have to be present for all the Group sessions to maximize the benefit from this program - but we do recommend that you commit to at least ⅔ of all the meeting dates. You can view meeting dates HERE.
All sessions will be recorded so you can re-watch them at your convenience, but we know from experience that those who participate get the most out of their experience!
Frédérique is the Founder and CEO of Her Corner. She has spoken on the topic of the state of women and entrepreneurship at The White House, The U.S. State Department, as well as companies such as Marriott, Chobani, Microsoft, AstraZeneca, TD Bank, and others. She has also taught entrepreneurship at the Kogod School of Business at American University and she holds an MBA from William & Mary and a BA from Davidson College.
Kimberly is the President and COO of Her Corner. She is an active angel investor with a passion for women-owned companies. She has worked with venture-backed companies and large publicly traded companies specifically in the areas of digital marketing and strategy consulting. She holds an MBA from the Wharton School with a focus in Marketing and Finance and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Susan Matthews Apgood is Founder and Executive Vice President, Client Engagement at News Generation Inc., a media relations firm in Bethesda, MD. She is an adjunct professor in the Kogod School of Business at American University and member of the board of JUST TRYAN IT and Washington Women in Public Relations. She earned her MBA from American University and BA from George Washington University. Susan is a mentor and advocate for female entrepreneurs, having started News Generation in 1997, and sold to 4media group in May of 2020.
Jennie Blumenthal is an entrepreneur, guest lecturer at UVa, executive coach for female entrepreneurs, Board Member, and a former Partner at PwC. She thrives at the intersection of entrepreneurship, customer insights, innovation, and tech.
With over 20 years of experience across hospitality, technology, entertainment, public sector, and telecommunications industries, Jennie's speciality is counseling executives in Sales, Marketing, and Digital transformations, powered by technologies including Salesforce and Adobe.
Naomi Brown's passion lies in building resources that support other women in their professional ambitions.
STAR Enterprises, the company she founded and currently leads, is an 8(a), EDWOSB supplemental solutions provider for private, commercial, and government entities. The team focuses on providing facilities, janitorial, and staffing services to their hospitality industry clients with customer satisfaction as their top priority.
Chris McGarry Gelnaw is a Founder, Strategic Thinker, Problem Solver, and Mentor. She has over 25 years of entrepreneurial, management consulting and corporate sales experience. She provides innovation and commercialization guidance and validates product/market fit through customer discovery for all startups looking to scale their businesses - existing businesses looking to launch new products/features - existing businesses exploring additional growth opportunities.
Galia Gichon is an independent personal financial expert with more than 20 years in financial services, including nearly 10 years on Wall Street and an MBA in Finance. She is an angel investor and has worked with Pipeline Angels, Astia, Topstone Angels and Refinery CT. She has been widely quoted in The New York Times, NBC, CNN, Real Simple and more.
Randye Kaplan CFP®, CPA, has been a Financial Educator with Down-to-Earth Finance for over 14 years. Her background also includes years as a Wealth Advisor and Investment Advisor. She brings a deep understanding of how to work with small businesses to help them better understand their financials, growth strategies, and best practices for access to money for both growth and profit.
Towanda R. Livingston is a successful and award-winning Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Executive. She is the Chief Business Strategist at Livingston Worx, a company she founded in 2017 which delivers innovative and transformational Equity, Diversity and Inclusion solutions to the government, public and private sectors. She has served as the Senior Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity for the City of Philadelphia, the Director of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s (WSSC) Office of Supplier Diversity & Inclusion (OSDI) as well as other various progressive roles at PECO Energy/Exelon Corporation.