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Brilliant in 20 Ep. 4 — Vulnerability in practice and success with Bridgette Heller

Brilliant in 20 returns for Part 2 of its conversation with global leader, board member, and non-profit CEO Bridgette Heller.

A board director for Novartis, Dexcom Inc., and Tech Data Corporation, Heller is the co-founder and CEO of Florida non-profit Shirley Proctor Puller Foundation, a former global leader with Danone, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, and former Executive Vice President at Kraft. She joins LaVerne Council for Part 2 of a wide-ranging and impactful conversation. Heller discusses vulnerability as a success factor, what being a Black woman meant as she rose through the ranks in executive leadership, the one question she recommends potential board members ask themselves, and shares an in-depth look at the non-profit she founded in her mother’s memory.

The Shirley Proctor Puller Foundation was founded in the midst of her executive career as a labor of love and in honor of her mother, a teacher of 35 years. SPPF is dedicated to advancing reading, math and science literacy, helping to close the achievement gap for children in the “at-risk” communities of St. Petersburg.

A partnership between Scoop News Group and Council’s company, Emerald One, LLC, Brilliant in 20 is a celebration of leadership, sharing the lessons learned by visionaries in a variety of fields like technology, business and government in just about 20 minutes.

Visit the Emerald One website for more about Emerald One, which focuses on helping leaders navigate transformation, including the new remote work environment, by addressing the five elements of leadership, cultural awareness, trust, value maximization, and time compression.

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