Shouldn’t all children be granted the gift of learning? Having accessible, high-quality early education programs available for every child is more than a wish – it’s a mission.
In today’s episode, Melissa talks with trailblazer, Lynee Lopez, Founder and CEO of Verve Educational Consulting. Lynee has earned a well-deserved reputation as a transformational leader and fearless business owner, having secured millions in grant funding for pre-K programs that have given 50,000 students access to free education.
This powerhouse entrepreneur and tenacious go-getter will not only inspire you – she’ll share her expert advice on how to take your business to dizzying new heights.
Topics discussed in this episode:
- transformational leadership
- leadership skills
- pre-K education
- grant writing
- imperfect action
- small business owner
- sustainable leadership
- energetically aligned
- business systems
- standard operating procedures
- reflection practice
Connect with Lynee Lopez:
Verve Educational Consulting – https://verveconsultant.com
Lynee’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lyne%C3%A9-l-62030199/
Café Verve Podcast: https://pod.link/1636550847
Verve Early Childhood Foundations Masterclass: https://earlychildhoodfoundationsclass.verveconsultant.com/home-5698
Connect with Melissa:
Burnout to All Out Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/burnouttoallout
For free resources and information on Melissa’s current offerings: https://www.burnouttoallout.co
Free LinkedIn Productivity Checklist: https://www.burnouttoallout.co/checklist
Get text updates by texting the word “Updates” to 1-833-310-7171
“Her energy is always refreshing. I love being able to apply her strategies to whatever my project is at the moment.”
If you’re vibing with the Burnout to All Out podcast, I’d love to hear from you. Your feedback helps me support you in building the online business you dreamed of while making LinkedIn connections like a pro.
Scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Be sure to let me know what you resonated with the most in this episode! And if you haven’t done so already, give the podcast a follow, so you’ll be notified when a new episode comes out.