Mogul247 presents its CEO Speaker Series. In collaboration with founder Lalanii Wilson-Jones, MBA, a Dallas business luminary whose speaker events facilitate presentations by this renowned business leader, who owns and operates several multi–million dollar companies. Future leaders will gain insights into how her organizations were grown, the challenges and the successes, along with her leadership style. The series has multiple topics that range from organization development, to becoming the best leader possible, sales & negotiations, building a brand, new business development, HR magic and so much more… Attendees also get ample prospects to network before and after the presentations. If your organization needs a boost, then book Ms. Jones today and we can customize the presentation around your organizations needs and culture!
Lalanii Wilson-Jones, MBA is a successful Dallas-based CEO, whose vision and determination has founded a multitude of successful companies across a variety of industries including the healthcare, education, beauty, and wellness sectors.
With offices from Dallas to Houston, Lalanii Wilson-Jones, has excelled as a powerful Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of more than twelve dynamic companies with successes in every endeavor. Her degree from Southern Methodist University [SMU] and Masters of Business Administration from Argosy University, as well as her 25+ years of experience make her a formidable leader who is nationally recognized as a true entrepreneur.
Her parent company, Mogul247 Enterprises leads her ambitious collection of companies where her mission is to lead & grow the opportunities in the community, in order to increase economic prosperity, source social justice, bring enjoyment to the lives of others and to build self-esteem for all those who could really use it… Her organization provides the basis of her operations while also offering business development services, organizational development resources and entrepreneurship mentoring to up-and-coming companies or turnaround candidates all over the world.
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