California Artist and Writer honored as Art Category Winner in HOT MOMMAS PROJECT 2010 Case Study Competition

California Artist and Writer is winner of the Art Award Category in THE HOT MOMMAS PROJECT 2010 Case Study Competition. THE HOT MOMMAS PROJECT is an independent venture housed at the George Washington University School of Business in Washington, D.C.
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    Mentoring is a gift and a duty - share what you know and what you've learned.
  • San Francisco, CA (1888PressRelease) March 27, 2010 - In concert with Women's History Month, The Hot MommasŪ Project this week announced the winners of its 2010 case study competition. Dynamic women from around the world shared their stories to serve as virtual mentors and role models to other women and girls. Later next month, these dynamic women descend upon Washington to be honored because of their association with the project, a women's leadership venture intertwined with social media, housed at the George Washington University School of Business in Washington, D.C.

    In addition to 1st and 2nd place winners, the project has special categories including: Financial Literacy, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Mentoring, Arts and International.

    Livermore CA resident, Linda C Smith, was named as winner of the Arts Category. The Hot MommasŪ Project case studies represent a merging of technology and teachable stories, thus supporting the initiative's major goal: Providing access to authentic role models anytime, anywhere, at no cost.

    "This is an honor that is totally unexpected," said Smith. "I learned about The Hot Mommas Project last November and wrote about it for my business blog. I was invited to write my own case study and submitted it never dreaming that it would be included in this competition."

    "I believe in mentoring - I believe that mentoring is both a gift and a responsibility," said Smith. "Those with experiences in business and life should share what they know and what they've learned with younger generations. It's part of how we grow."

    The Hot MommasŪ Project makes the stories of everyday women teachable, because exposure to role models - even on paper - increases the self confidence of girls and women. The project was founded by a Harvard Business School graduate and case author who believed the case study model of teaching could be expanded to include all women. Today, The Hot MommasŪ Project is the world's largest women's case study library.

    The Hot MommasŪ Project is an independent venture housed at the George Washington University School of Business. It is included in the mission of the GWSB Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence. The project is supported in part by a gift from Linda Rabbitt, a GW alum, and software developer FMS, Inc. The 2010 Financial Literacy category is sponsored by the Charles Schwab Foundation. To sponsor a judging category, learn more about the project, or nominate a dynamic female role model 18 or older for the 2011 competition, email support ( @ ) HotMommasProject dot org or visit www.HotMommasProject.org

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