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Created and led by women who have been in the ring.
We help our members drive better decisions, gain fearless confidence and achieve their biggest outcomes. Our members are business owners, executives in Fortune 1000 companies and trained problem solvers.Get to know us
Lynn Flinn empowers her clients to move their businesses forward with intention and passion. She exemplifies how focus, planning and interactive learning can remove barriers to achieve maximum results.
Currently the president and managing partner of The Rowland Group of Staffing Companies, Flinn has learned first-hand the complexities of managing a staff and budget in fast-paced industries. Under her leadership, The Rowland Group was named “Tulsa’s Best Places to Work” six years in a row and was recently honored for their community service by winning a national award from the American Staffing Association.
In 2004, Flinn founded the Tulsa chapter of the Oklahoma Business Ethics’ Consortium, which boasts almost 600 members statewide. She has been awarded the Oklahoma Women in Business Champion, presented by U.S. Small Business Administration; Outstanding CPA in Business & Industry from the OSCPA; and many others.
Annette White-Klososky is an executive coach and consultant focusing on team effectiveness and making organizational culture visible. With 25 years of business experience, Klososky has an unique blend of business, leadership and organizational development expertise.
In less than 12 months Klososky built a solid, successful peer advisory business — Surveysaurus, which was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine. Its members represent companies with over 40,000 employees and $23 billion in total annual revenues.
Klososky is one of only eight women to be accepted into the Women’s Startup Lab in Silicon Valley, was featured on the Horizons TV Show as expert in entrepreneurialism for women, was honored by the Edmond Chamber of Commerce as Volunteer of the Year and has many other accolades to her name.
Women account for nearly half of the US workforce, yet only 5% of CEOs are women in S&P 500 companies.
Source: Catalyst, Quick Take: Women in the Workforce: United States (March 28, 2018).
Being a woman in business can be lonely.
No one understands the challenges of women executives and women business owners as well as other women in the same positions. We function as an advisory board, giving and gaining advice and perspectives in a non-political, agenda-free environment.
Members from non-competing industries meet monthly, providing each other with insights, wisdom and feedback on pressing issues. We help each other accelerate business growth, enhance leadership development, and improve organizational culture. We speak honestly and directly to all issues.