'Can Mommy Go To Work?' That's not just a phrase we may be asking ourselves, it's also the book by bestselling author Christine Michel Carter, the #1 global voice for working moms. For this intimate fireside chat, PowerToFly's Nicole Felter will sit down with Christine to discuss being 'a mom on the move,' and the balancing act that is being a working parent.
Diversity Reboot Summit
Working Women Power: A Conversation with Christine Michel Carter, the #1 Global Voice for Working Moms
Meet The Speakers
Best-selling author Christine Michel Carter is the #1 global voice for working moms. Christine’s voice transpires across miles into the heart, mind, and soul of moms everywhere. Women in the United States, Canada, Africa, Australia, France, the UK, Spain, China and India love her writing; it’s reflected in her international social media following and above-average social media engagement rates. At home she’s Mommy to Maya and West, the two cutest damn kids on the planet. Christine Michel Carter has been called:
a “working mom who’s changing the world,”
a working mom “making a positive impact in the world,”
“the mom of mom influencers,”
a “mom on the move,”
a “branding mastermind,”
one of the “funniest parents on social media,”
one of the “best working mom blogs to follow for support, laughs, and advice,”
“the exec inspiring millennial moms,”
“the voice of millennial moms,”
“one of the 50 top B2B content marketing influencers to follow,” and
an “inspiring black mom to follow on Instagram.”
My name is Nicole Felter and I am a graduate from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Plattsburgh. I am originally from a very small town in New York State called Kerhonkson. Being from a small town with limited opportunities, I never imagined that I would have accomplished all that I have to this day. Being one of the only people in my family to pursuit a college degree has demonstrated the importance of positivity and perseverance.
Through the different organizations I have been a part of and the different things I have experienced in my college career I have gained multiple valuable skills. Speaking Spanish is the most important skill I learned while studying abroad and I am proud to say I am fluent. Event planning, team work, fundraising, marketing and work delegation are skills that have carried me through the execution of various successful philanthropy events. These skills have ultimately shaped me into a leader who embodies enthusiasm, optimism, fervor, drive and ambition.