Today on Extraordinary Women Radio, I’m excited to bring you this extraordinary woman – Grace Lanni, the founder of All About That Brand.
Grace was recently referred by William Arruda (Forbes columnist on Personal Branding) to lead a 2hr workshop at the ‘19 Intl Career Thought Leaders conference on the personal branding dynamics of the gig economy.
In this Episode:
- Hear out Grace’s journey to becoming CEO and funding multi-million in dollars
- Grace as one of the first women to have dealt with venture capitalists in the early days
- What shifted for women in the venture capital industry
- Grace’s transition experience from entrepreneur to CEO
- How personal branding is simply about being your authentic self
- How it started for Grace’s “All About that Brand”
- The good, the bad, and the ugly of personal branding and its business impact
- Important things to consider in building your personal brand.
Inspiring clients to discover their personal brand for business success is Grace Lanni’s passion. She is equally likely to be seen in a boardroom or coffee shop listening deeply to a person’s goals while connecting to what makes them tick. Developing personal branding programs for executives in career transition during the tough 2010 job market, Grace developed a unique understanding of the power of personal branding.
Grace released AllAboutThatBrand.com in mid 2016, which is a personal branding platform including workbooks, online courses, VIP programs, YouTube channel and an award-winning podcast interviewing marketing experts and business owners with a unique perspective on branding. Her clients and partners are delighted by Grace’s combination of strategic intuition and futuristic vision. Her positivity and the strength of her global connections provide purposeful access to leaders in many fields.
Originally trained as a Bio/Electrical engineer, her first CEO venture was an online software solution. One of only two women to be publicly funded at the $M level in Austin in 2000, Grace was featured in the Austin Business Journal, on KEYE, and won the KPMG Stand-Out Startup Award.
“The women were so smart that the men just felt that we were peers. We ran down the street together.” – Grace Lanni
Let’s meet Grace Lanni!