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Episode description:  

As we begin the annual celebration Women’s History Month, it’s a good time to take a closer look at how women are progressing in their careers and in the workplace—specifically women of color. While women of color represent 20 percent of the U.S. population, they represent only 6 percent of C-level positions—that is, CEOs, chief operating officers and chief financial officers—compared to white women (22% )and white men 56%. In today’s episode, we talk with Analiza Wolf, the founder of Women of Color Rise, a firm dedicated to helping women of color get a seat at the table. As an executive coach, facilitator, author and keynote speaker, she has worked with hundreds of senior executives in organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups and nonprofits. Drawing on her own wide-ranging experiences over the years and the stories of hundreds of women she’s interviewed for her podcast and new book, “The Myths of Success: A Woman of Color’s Guide to Leadership,” Analiza will describe some of the obstacles that have turned the glass ceiling into a “concrete ceiling” for many women of color. She’ll reveal the 9 myths that hold women back from the advancement they seek. And, she’ll offer an array of practices that can help women break through to the next level in their careers, as well as specific ways that organizations can create clear pathways to leadership in the workplace, not only advancing women of color, but making their organizations more innovative, more productive, have happier customers—and employees who feel valued and motivated.

Guest description:

Analiza Quiroz Wolf is the founder of Women of Color Rise, a firm dedicated to helping women of color get a seat at the table. As an executive coach, facilitator, and keynote speaker, she has worked with hundreds of senior executives in organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups and nonprofits. She has also consulted with organizations on diversity, equity, and inclusion projects. Prior to founding Women of Color Rise, Analiza served as the CEO of a charter network in New York City. She started her career as a captain in the US Air Force and was also a brand manager at a Fortune 200 company. Analiza graduated with her BA and BS from Stanford University, MBA from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, and Master of Educational Leadership from the Broad Center (now at Yale). 

 Prior to founding Women of Color Rise, Analiza served as the CEO of a charter network in New York City. She started her career as a captain in the US Air Force and was also a brand manager at a Fortune 200 company. Analiza graduated with her BA and BS from Stanford University, MBA from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, and Master of Educational Leadership from the Broad Center (now at Yale). A Fulbright Scholar and Pahara Fellow, Analiza is also an acclaimed author with books including: “The Myths of Success: A Woman of Color's Guide to Leadership”; “Balikbayan: A Filipino Homecoming”; “Native Americans Who Inspire Us”; “Latin Americans Who Inspire Us”; and “Asian Americans Who Inspire Us,” which was named to the Gold House Book List. Analiza leads women’s leadership programs and a podcast for women leaders of color called Women of Color Rise. Analiza is also a graduate of the Stakeholder Leadership Governance Institute, a corporate board training program.

Analiza has experience serving on non-profit boards, including AARP New York, Ayuda Foundation, and the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship.

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