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Women's Leadership

Most women have challenges navigating leadership within traditional male-dominated industries. I help women thrive develop and implement a strategy that enhances their skills.  

Research shows that women that do not negotiate their 1st job offer can lose up to $500,000 over the course of their career. Whether you're just starting your career or you're a seasoned pro ...

IT'S TIME TO EARN WHAT YOU ARE WORTH

Jacqueline Twillie Featured on Forbes, Fast Company, Essence, Monster, Careerbuilder, Levo, and moe

Don't leave money on the table, negotiation strategies for win/win deals.

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I'm on a mission to eliminate the gender wage gap. I do that by teaching women to take agency and advocate for themselves. W

Part 1: Executive Presence 

 

Part 2: Overcome Imposter Syndrome

 

Part 3: Leading Without Apology 

ABOUT JACQUELINE V. TWILLIE

Jacqueline's on a mission to eliminate the gender wage gap. Are you earning what you're worth? She teaches women how to negotiate so that they don't leave any money on the table. Jacqueline is the Founder of ZeroGap, a training, and development company for women who work in male-dominated industries. She has an MBA with a concentration in leadership. Her career advice has been featured in the press and web on Forbes, Fast Company, Today.com, CareerBuilder, Levo, Monster, Black Enterprise, Essence.com, and many more. 

In her spare time, Jacqueline enjoys cooking and practicing yoga. She's also a bit of a daredevil you can find her skydive video on YouTube. 

Jacqueline Twillie Women's leader speaker

"Know your value, so that you can negotiate for what you are worth."

~ Jacqueline V. Twillie