Marilyn Johnson, 62, leads the International Women’s Forum in Washington, DC, an organization of more than 6000 top women leaders around the world. A native of Kanawha Valley, Marilyn spent 35 years as an executive for IBM – rising to Vice-President of Market Development – making her one of the top African-American female leaders in the IT industry. A graduate of Marshall University, Marilyn Johnson led a group responsible for developing IBM’s strategy for, and marketing …
Marilyn Johnson addresses attendees of International Women’s Forum in Miami. Photo credit: Tabatha Mudra. All big businesses start small, and they grow by following what Kay Koplovitz, founder of USA Networks, calls a trail of little victories. This was one of the many lessons shared during the International Women’s Forum two-day Executive Development Roundtable for entrepreneurs in Miami last week. The intimate event, supported by Knight Foundation, attracted more than 70 participants. “Every person in this room has the ability …
Presented by Marilyn Johnson, CEO of the International Women’s Forum, as part of Diversity Week at the UWW College of Business and Economics.
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Marilyn moderated the 17th Annual Women Presidents Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.Author and Story Teller, Pavi Mahta , was an amazingly impactful keynote speaker.
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