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About the Book
It's time for more women to rise in their power and take a seat at the coveted boardroom table. It's time for women to learn the art of effective leadership. At an alarming rate, the path to a position of power has left the strongest women weak, angry, confused, unheard and frustrated. Their voices have been silenced as attempts to maneuver through ugly workplace politics, same-sex sabotage and unequal pay have seemingly become the norm or what society has conditioned them to believe comes with the territory. It's time we embrace our roles, learn how to play the game, and understand that changes in the workplace won't happen until we do something differently. We have the power and the obligation to evoke change.
What if I told you that your seat was always at the table; but, unwittingly, you've been waiting for permission to sit down? What if you could have that seat right now? Would you take it? This book is the playbook for women leaders to rise up, no matter the title or position.
Transforming today's governments into tomorrow's sustainable communities.
Natasha S. Hampton is the new dynamic voice in the arena of thought leadership and women's empowerment. An award winning public administrator, Natasha has more than 20 years of varied, progressively responsible executive municipal government management, public administration & operations experience. Ms. Hampton has served as Acting City Manager, Assistant City Manager Chief Marketing Officer and Director of Human Resources in the states of Florida and North Carolina. She holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Public Administration. Over the course of her career, Natasha has provided direct oversight of more than $2B in general, enterprise and capital expenditures. She is considered a subject matter expert in Leadership and International Relations having shared her expertise in China, Kenya, Dubai and Toronto.
Natasha was named one of South Florida's 50 Most Powerful and Influential Leaders, South Florida's 25 Most Prominent and Influential Women in Business, featured in the International publication Caribbean Today for making a lasting impression on U.S. Business landscape and has been recognized as a March of Dimes Woman of Distinction. Natasha is also credentialed in Labor Relations, Emergency Management Communications, and Operations. Natasha is the proud Mom of three and currently resides in North Carolina.