Meet the Class of 2014 Who’s Who Women in Ecommerce™ Rae Majors-Wildman – Int’l Assn of Women Entrepreneurs and Professionals
A survivor of domestic violence, she successfully raised her child as a single mother on welfare. When most would expect her to stay down, Rae Majors-Wildman shattered the stereotypes and became an awarding winning business strategist, sought after speaker, best-selling author and CEO/President of Rae Majors-Wildman International. At age 38, she graduated with honors with her degree in Counseling Psychology. Rae has been trained and certified by some of the best in the business from Chet Holmes (a man who ran over 7 divisions for Warren Buffet’s partner Charlie Munger) to Anthony Robbins and John Assaraf.
With over 15,000 coaching hours under her belt, she has successfully coached every business from start-up at the ground-level to Fortune 100 companies RMW International supports entrepreneurs and small business owners to create a “real” business not a job.
Rae’s commitment to empowering, educating and expanding women business owners is exemplified in her newest business venture “The International Association of Women Entrepreneurs and Professionals (IAWEP). This online membership is exclusively for high-achieving women who want to play their way to success. IAWEP’s membership has grown to over 1800 members and is hosting their first annual “beInspired Business Women’s Conference in September in beautiful San Diego.
Rae Majors-Wildman’s future is as bright as her name. The future goals for her companies includes a coaches certification program, ceo retreats, licensing program for corporate trainers and her soon-to-be release book “The Corporate Exodus: How America’s Top Companies Align Their Values to Build a Winning Entrepreneurial Culture.” Websites: www.RaeMajorsWildman.com and www.IAWEP.net
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To read more about the 2014 Who’s Who Women in Ecommerce™ of WE Magazine for Women, visit: https://s3.amazonaws.com/WEMagazine/WhosWhoWEMag2014.pdf