Ep. 7 | Celebrating Women In Agile | Patty and Maria

Ep. 7 | Celebrating Women In Agile | Patty and Maria

Don’t know how to start or where to get the resources from? Look no further, these ladies have the answers you need. Their journeys are so unique, this is worth the listen! In this episode you can grasp some valuable insight from them and learn how to overcome those challenges you’re facing now!

Maria Matarelli is the CEO of Formula Ink. Co-founder of Agile Marketing Academy. Along with an international business consultant, experienced Agile Coach, and Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) who consults and trains companies on reaching true agility. Maria travels to consult Fortune 100 companies and speak at industry conferences with locations from Shanghai to Singapore and Thailand to Nova Scotia.

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Patty Aluskewicz, Founder of Agile Mindset Consulting, is a Scrum Master, Agile Coach and Consultant, and Professional Educator. With over 14 years of experience, she assists businesses and their employees in building Agile skills and successfully implementing them into their daily operations. She is passionate about helping those new to Agile learn the fundamentals for accelerated career development and progress. ​

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Bonus Mentorship Panel E6

Bonus Mentorship Panel E6

What does mentorship mean to you? Why is it relevant for all stages in life? The conversation we had amongst these incredible women is one to not miss. No more struggling to find the confidence to go and do what you always wanted to do, this episode has the motivation you need!

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DEEPTI JAIN Email, LinkedIn, Twitter

DENISHA JENKINS  LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram.

KARINA JONES LinkedIn

ERIN RANDAL LinkedIn

YVETTE FRANCINO LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

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Ep. 5 | Celebrating Women In Agile | Padmini and Diana

Ep. 5 | Celebrating Women In Agile | Padmini and Diana

Are you struggling to find your path or don’t know where to start? Listen to The Lurnist Show E5 and find your light at the end of the tunnel! These ladies have all the answers we have been dying to hear!

Padmini co-created “Lean In Agile” for Women which is an initiative to amplify the voices of women and celebrate the journeys of thought leaders. She is a mentor, trainer and a keynote/TEDx speaker. Her expertise and focus is in building learning organizations and delivering value by leveraging diversities as enablers leading to an enterprise culture of continuous improvement.

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Diana co-originated the Agile Fluency model and co-authored the eBook, The Agile Fluency Model: A Brief Guide to Success with Agile. For 20+ years, she led the practice area for Agile software development, leading & managing teams, and guiding Agile transitions at FutureWorks Consulting.

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Ep. 4 | Celebrating Women In Agile | Sally Elatta

Ep. 4 | Celebrating Women In Agile | Sally Elatta

Sally Elatta is a thought leader in the space of Business Agility and Measurement. She is a dynamic and engaging speaker who advises top executives of leading global organizations through their Enterprise Business Agility (EBA) transformations using the Enterprise Business Agility Model. Sally strongly believes in measuring what matters, and that measurement without growth is effort without impact.

During the show, we discussed many things with Sally including:

  • The definition of Business Agility
  • How COVID has impacted her work and her business
  • The top challenges a company faces when performing the AgilityHealth process
  • The top 3 metrics that matter to measure Business Agility
  • And much more

Sally was very elegant and gracious, the perfect guest.  She had some excellent advice for Lauryn and other young women who want to go into a career in STEM or Agile.  The best advice she gave was to be yourself, be confident, and don’t think about being the only woman in the room – you are just as skilled and knowledgable as everyone else.

You can contact Sally by emailing her or going to their website: https://agilityhealthradar.com/

Email: sally@agilityhealthradar.com or info@agilityhealthradar.com

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Ep. 3 | Celebrating Women In Agile | Erin + Karina

Ep. 3 | Celebrating Women In Agile | Erin + Karina

Erin Randall is a longtime agile, coactive, and ORSC coach with a deep passion for serving people, teams, and organizations. Through her work with her coaching and consulting practice, Ad Meliora Coaching, she helps her clients to find the pain points and then reimagine a new way forward. Her goal in all that she does is simple: happy people doing great work.

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Ad Meliora Coaching is a boutique coaching and consulting practice that serves organizations, leadership, and individuals. They specialize in performance transformations and business agility with engineering, mining, and manufacturing industries; however, they always come back to coaching and being of service to people.

Karina Jones is a PMP certified Project Manager and CSM certified Scrum Master. Her focus is on developing structure out of the most complex and innovative operations and projects. In addition to her strong background in Computer Science and Mathematics, she holds a Masters of Nonprofit Studies from Arizona State University and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Murcia, Spain.

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ASU is a comprehensive public research university, measured not by whom it excludes, but by whom it includes and how they succeed; advancing research and discovery of public value; and assuming fundamental responsibility for the economic, social, cultural and overall health of the communities it serves.

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