Girl’s C.E.O. Connection™ Blog is Moving


We’re in the process of designing a full-fledge website. The blog content will be moving into it. Right now we’re deleting content that is no longer relevant. On our new site there will be more video interviews, event videos, podcasts, and on demand webinars. You’ll really love how easy it will be to use crammed back with information perfect for the readers.Option3_C Girls C.E.O.

The new banner for our website is the design of Mahalia Evans, a senior at Colorado University, Boulder. You’re getting a view of the banner before anyone else.

Mahalia is also a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. I was very happy to have her as the designer as I am alum of Tri Delta.  I’d like to thank my niece Amilyn Scott along with Alexandra Hoang’s sisters Crystal and Grace with Mahalia’s sisters for helping us with the design and colors. It’s perfect to have high school girls as judges for our projects.

Mahalia is also going to be the book cover designer for our forthcoming book, Realizing a Vision, Your Toolkit for Success. Words of Wisdom for Young Female Entrepreneurs.  

If you have ideas for young female entrepreneurs to be interviewed for our podcasts please email me at We want young women with established business that can be a non-profit, online, or brick and mortar.  The business can be a service or product based. Our first two podcasts are with Julienne Weston, founder and fashion designer for WestonWear in San Francisco and Catherine Cook, Co-founder and Vice President Brand Strategy of MeetMe. CatherineCookHeadshot







Sylvia Scott, Founder

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