This makes a fun, lively, interactive support group meeting or leadership forum activity.The speed mentoring idea is really a collaboration: A local homeschool mom had the idea—adapted from the speed dating model—and shared it with our steering team.
Yet, women came out of the woodwork to help make this event possible.is “an award winning women’s leadership program featuring fast-paced, small group mentoring sessions – akin to speed dating – for women leaders and young women rising stars.” And the best part? Inspire Midtown is a women’s empowerment community made up of passionate, curious, and ambitious women who care about professional development, strengthening female relationships, and we believe another woman’s success is an achievement for all of us. titled “A Good Mentor Is Hard To Find.” This article sheds light on the dynamic that women face not just in Sacramento, but all over. Yet, it’s often a critical component of career advancement in today’s world.After reading this Comstock’s article, it was clear that Inspire Midtown needed to bring Sacramento women together in the same room and create space for live mentoring.We even had a married couple participate who had homeschooled for 20 years—what a blessing!I approached the mentors with our idea of how the mentoring session would go and asked them to fill out the bio questionnaire, which we made available to all who were participating.