Inspirational. Engaging. Relatable. Action-Oriented. Usable Knowledge.
It is not easy getting to success however we define it, and the odds are not always in our favor.
My journey is focused on helping young Black women and girls to beat the odds.
The Rules of Engagement are Changing Every Day!
This one day seminar is for everyone that needs to understand and master workplace arbitrations-arbitrators, human resources teams, individuals, and their advisors.
Please visit my new blog celebrating Brilliant Black Women as we live Life While Black. There is no greater joy than sharing tools to thrive in turbulent times to build our strength and feed our ability to champion each other.
From encouraging and emboldening our activism spirit to nurture our recoveries from setbacks, set-ups, and disappointments to championing our successes, we are stronger together.
Consultant, Speaker & Trainer
Authentic. Humorous. . Action-Oriented. Usable Knowledge.
Boss Girl Raye Mitchell is a sought-after public speaker, workshop leader, and expert helping women master their skills in power, influence, and negotiations. Mitchell delivers motivational keynote speeches as well as subject matter expertise on trending issues, business challenges and societal and cultural matter cross multiple sectors and industries and organizations ranging in size and scope. Mitchell's trademarked power and influence programs are based on customized for each team or individual. Mitchell enjoys working with nonprofits, women's organizations, employee groups, books clubs, and the faith community to deliver cost efficient workshops and speaking events.
A sample of topics include:
How to Master Power,
Agility & Influence
Your Visibility, Presence
and Personal Branding
Resolution & Deal Making
Breaking Out & Defying
Angels Waiting AheadTM.
The Power of Faith and
Strong Leadership Accuman
Mastering Your Winning EdgeTM
Social Justice, Gender Equality Empowering Girls
Empowering Young Women and Girls as Leaders
#ANewDay. Black Women and Girls in Leadership in the Age of 'Me Too'
Obstruction of Justice and Access to Civil Justice
Our Voices. Our Stories. Writing as a Creative Leadership Tool
Wellness, Well-Being and Happiness
Cultural Humility, Building Bridges and Finding Common Ground in the Age of Reality TV Syndrome
Release Nov. 2018
Why do you do it? The is single most common question I am asked in interviews, when mentoring young girls, young women or veterans, is this question. While I am blessed with a full resume, hard-earned credentials, and the support of high-profile professionals as listed below, and the girls that I have mentored, the most important thing I want to do in my life is. . .