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“I have had the pleasure of reading and experiencing so much that Girls’ C.E.O. Connection has to offer and admire how much it changes lives. So many girls are inspired thanks to Ms. Scott’s hard work and connecting with entrepreneurs/teens. I am grateful to be a part of such a vibrant community. A new generation of confident and independent women is here, thanks to the mindset that Girls’ C.E.O. Connection offers.“
~ Morissa Schwartz, The Voice of Generation Z and Owner, GenZ Publishing
Founder, Girls’ C.E.O. ConnectionTM
Sylvia Scott is the Founder & CEO of Girls’ C.E.O. Connection™, an organization that sets young women on a path toward fulfilling lives as successful entrepreneurs. Driven by a passion to help members of Generation Z high school girls build brighter futures for themselves, she is committed to bringing opportunities to them to cultivate entrepreneurship. Her colleagues consider Sylvia a natural connector. She uses the skill to connect girls with accomplished women entrepreneurs who will engage the girls in developing entrepreneurial skills.
Over the course of her career, Sylvia’s worked in public relations, nonprofit management, and special event production. This included producing high-profile fashion events on both coasts and nonprofit fundraising events. While working for Center for Women & Enterprise, Boston, Sylvia produced the Your Money, Your Power Mother-Daughter Entrepreneur Summit. It was a first of its kind mother-daughter teen financial literacy-entrepreneurship conference sponsored by the City of Boston. [Read more]
Nashely Ruiz is a native of Claremont, CA and an entrepreneurial expert. Before receiving her degree in International Business from the University of San Francisco, Nashely was a member of the Girls’ C.E.O. Connection Teen Advisory Board. Today, she serves on the organization’s Advisory Board.
Nashely started her first business, Peppa People, at age sixteen. She created and sold accessories to buy school supplies for children in Mexico, highlighting her passion for serving the underprivileged. Throughout her college years in San Francisco Nashely’s commitment to serving the underprivileged continued. She was a BUILD mentor for high school girls in Oakland, CA and judged business plan competitions for the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship in San Francisco, CA. Today, Nashely consults small businesses in branding and sales. In her free time, she enjoys gardening and volunteering for Amy’s Farm, an all-organic farm in Ontario CA. _______________________________________________________