WOMEN CEO PROJECT: MEET THE FOUNDER, KRISTI L. JACKSON

  • 2019-11-19

As they say, beauty may be dangerous but intelligence is lethal; however, beauty is nothing without brains. White House recognized entrepreneur, international speaker, global business strategist and bestselling author, Kristi L. Jackson, is amongst the bold, beautiful and daring women who seek to change ways of doing business with innovative business strategies.

Kristi is the founder of Women CEO project, a global business development firm built specifically for women entrepreneurs. She’s a recipient of Houston’s 40 under 40 young business professionals, the women in business award, and a humanitarian award for her works to better the lives of women through her company. She is also the author of two best-selling books including the Master Strategy Planner and #52 Questions Journal. 

“I started Women CEO Project in August 2010, out of a personal need to become a better, more consummate businesswoman. I did not want to attend another event and leave without tangible business knowledge that could grow my business, make it more profitable, and teach me skills. I searched and searched and could not find the right fit, the right community, or the right mix of business lessons in any organization,” Kristi said. “So, in 2010, I set out to create what I needed. It became a local, then a global destination for current and aspiring businesswomen all over the world who want to also become stronger, wiser and more educated entrepreneurs,” she added.

To further promote an agenda to influence lives positively, Kristi founded The Global Power Tour, a women business initiative and conference with an ambitious goal of reaching 30 cities. Officially launched in Houston, Texas, The Global Power tour offered practical and effective business strategies for women entrepreneurs to help them laser focus on their business’ branding, strategy, and funding.  So, like the proverb says, if you would know the road ahead, ask someone who has traveled it. Kristi’s entrepreneurial journey had its rough roads, but to Kristi L. Jackson, nothing is a waste of time if you use experience wisely.  

To connect with Kristi L. Jackson, visit: http://womenceoproject.com/