Virtual- Power Hour Series IX-Jonelle Massey
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About the Event
We invite you to join our virtual power hour series and continue to find opportunity to be empowered. For this session, Jonelle will be sharing her letter to women in Toledo on Collaborating versus Competing.
Would you consider yourself a competitive person? I do. (I played Division I basketball at Xavier University back in the day.....plus these days I'm competing with these gray hairs, chipped nail polish, skinny jeans, and common core math!!)
Do you believe people give too much attention to winning? Nope. If my husband's team doesn't win, we don't eat. (Go Rockets!)
Are you hesitant to collaborate with others? Lately, yes. My guard is up. I need to know if you are only collaborating in order to fund, or fulfill your own agenda.
Do you think Toledo Women small businesses, women organizations, and women in general, do a good job in collaborating personally and professionally? ZOOM in and will share with you my experiences as a small business owner, a non-native of Toledo, a board member, educator, and mom, during the Virtual Pour Hour Tuesday April 21st, on my Birthday!!!
Speaker: Jonelle Massey is in her 20th year as an educator and Nationally Certified Licensed Mental Health Therapist, receiving her bachelor and Master’s degree from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her diverse service in education as a school counselor and therapist includes both public & private, primary & secondary educational settings, as well as hospital psychiatric care and private practice. Jonelle was the 2013 Advisor/Faculty of the Year at St. Bonaventure University her first year on staff. Married to a Division I College Basketball coach, she adjusts well to relocation and makes an immediate impact with each professional move. As a former Division I athletic scholarship recipient with Xavier University’s Women’s Basketball program, Jonelle shares her passion for teaching effective teamwork, work-ethic, and resilience through coaching club, middle school & high school basketball, and Track & Field. While playing collegiate basketball, she received All-Academic honors all four years and defensive player of the year her senior year. Her strength in leadership is also evident in her professional development lectures as a school counselor & crisis counselor, community service involvement, and entrepreneur successes in the Greater Toledo area.