Lisa Mininni of Excellerate Associates Named Women Business Enterprise Volunteer of the Year

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Lisa Mininni, President of Excellerate Associates, LLC, a Certified Women's Business Enterprise, receives the WBE Volunteer of the Year Award by the Great Lakes Women's Business Council.

LIVONIA, Mich. - eTradeWire -- The Great Lakes Women's Business Council named Lisa Mininni, President of Excellerate Associates, LLC, the Women's Business Enterprise Volunteer of the Year, an award recognizing a WBE owner or employee who has given his or her time and energy to help further the mission of the Council. The 2022 award winners were unveiled at the annual Great Lakes Women's Business Council Business Conference.

"I'm honored to receive this award from GLWBC," says Lisa Mininni, "I enjoy being a part of an organization that assists women-owned enterprises to expand their businesses."

Excellerate Associates, LLC has been a certified WBE of the Great Lakes Women's Business Council since October 2020.

About Excellerate Associates
Excellerate Associates, LLC was founded by Lisa Mininni, best selling author of Me, Myself, and Why? The Secrets to Navigating Change and also Founder of Business Innovation Lab CoWorking & Conference Center. Excellerate Associates shows companies how to understand human wiring and uncover prevailing hidden cultures impacting their organizations. This organizational development company offers business mentoring, executive/leadership coaching, organizational consulting and customized training empowering its contribution-conscious clients to align, scale and systematize their businesses while creating Cultures of Distinction.

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To learn more about Excellerate Associates or register for their monthly Introduction to Scaling and Systematize Your Business class, please visit https://www.excellerateassociates.com.

About Great Lakes Women's Business Council
Great Lakes Women's Business Council (Great Lakes WBC) is a nonprofit champion for women and minority businesses. They provide access to capital, certification for women-owned businesses, corporate contracting opportunities, and small business educational support.



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