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Sep 5, 2018

Mandy Balak is the Founder and CEO of The Ace Class, a Canadian media and events company rooted in its intention of changing the way women connect with other women. In a world full of curated images, a growing amount of time spent on social media and a lack of valuable face-to-face connection, Mandy created The Ace Class to allow women the space to experience vulnerable and real conversations, to build community and to get the support they need to grow and thrive. ACE is an acronym for activate, cultivate and empower. These principles guide the movement in its mission of activating meaningful conversation, cultivating community and connection and encouraging women to empower one another to lead their best lives.

In This Episode:

  • What is The Ace Class
  • Women supporting women in all areas of life
  • Feeling unsupported or disempowered by other women
  • Common challenges women experience when facing other women
  • What girl power really means
  • How we as women can reclaim our power and pursue our passions, earn our worth, achieve our goals and be boss babes
  • Releasing fear, taking risks and getting started in business

Other Notes:

Thank you to this week’s sponsor, Wholly Veggie! 

Wholly Veggie! was built on the belief that the world would be better off with more veggies at our tables. Not potato chips, hickory sticks or frosted flaky tips. Real veggies. The kind your grandma used to pull out of the ground when you were a wee child. This has been our goal since our founders first got together, and what still drives us to this day.

Let’s face it. Everyone has seen a wilted carrot in their fridge. The truth is, eating veggies all the time is hard. That’s why we’ve worked to develop veggie products that offer convenience without sacrificing on the quality. No soy, gluten, dairy, GMOs’s, or added sugar can be found in products. We like to take the work out of the kitchen so your meal can include a nice Wholly Veggie! addition. Plus, you never have to see that wilted carrot again. Hooray!