Founder and Visionary
Peggy Paul is the Founder of SheTaxi, a personal development community for women. At SheTaxi, women focus on their inner selves and gain support from each other, while learning life tools to improve their overall well-being.
Prior to SheTaxi, Peggy created GMAC-RFC’s global, community relations division. She co-created The BrandLab, an award-winning nonprofit committed to diversifying the marketing and advertising industries. More recently, Peggy served as the Senior Director of Health Strategies for the American Heart Association, and led the community development team in Southern MN for the American Cancer Society.
Peggy’s strengths are all things authentic (leadership, management, relationships). She is passionate about empowering and moving women forward, as well as teaching and coaching entrepreneurs and small business owners financial acumen to ensure their success.
Currently, Peggy is working towards receiving her Inner MBA certification from NYU, a nine-month immersion program to train leaders, entrepreneurs, managers, and employees on how to powerfully grow themselves and their companies. Later this year, Peggy is launching Circle for Good, a collaborative setting for nonprofit leaders working together on moving their missions forward.
Learn more about Peggy Paul:SheTaxi.com / LinkedIn
Develop relationships within this supportive group of women leaders who meet the third Friday morning of each month. The Women's Roundtable provides a small, safe environment for women to: practice and refine skills, discuss challenges specific to women in positions of leadership, learn together and empower each other to take risks. Join us for a fun, engaging program driven by the needs of the group.
**Please note that all presentations and content delivered within or in the promotion of Roundtable meetings are entirely Roundtable Chair and member/attendee driven. Any messaging and content conveyed within and for these meetings is in no way representative of the Chamber's views, ideals, or positioning.**
Members of the Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce are welcome to attend. In addition, prospective members are invited to attend twice before setting up a meeting to discuss whether Chamber membership is right for their organization.