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Bestselling author inspires United Way women leaders

Schroff showcased the philanthropic power of women by sharing her personal story of how she changed the course of a young boy’s life, as chronicled in her book, “An Invisible Thread.” Schroff was the keynote speaker at the United Way Women’s Leadership Council Regional Breakfast, which annually brings together influential women...more

 

She Buys Cars

No More Car Dealer Intimidation: Mustang Sally’s Now Changes The Game

Mustang Sally's women's leadership program empowers customers and teaches car dealers how to sell to women. Jen Miller addresses the pain point when women walk into dealerships. The founder of Mustang Sally’s Now, Jen offers free workshops at Maplecrest Ford Lincoln in New Jersey. Jen, who also serves as the Head of Brand Transformation and Consumer Experience at the dealership, trains dealers to work with female customers, and women to work with dealers. The bi-monthly workshops, which started over the summer, have included professional and personal skill building in negotiation, finance, communication – and cars...more

 

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Free “Cracking the Car Code: What’s Under the Hood” Workshop for Women on July 8th at Maplecrest Ford Lincoln

The July session of "Mustang Sally's Now: Driving Women's Leadership" focuses on “Cracking the Car Code," with an interactive workshop on car care and auto safety. Hosted by Jen Miller, Maplecrest Ford Lincoln’s Head of Brand Transformation and Consumer Experience, and members of Team Maplecrest’s award-winning service department, participants will be part of a hands-on car clinic to help them get to know what’s under the hood.

 

Village Green NJ

Maplecrest Ford Hosts Free ‘Networking for Scaredy Cats’ Workshop May 13

The May session, “Networking for Scaredy Cats,” is an interactive workshop to help women at all levels of their careers and stages of life to be more comfortable with the art of cultivating relationships and networking. Featured speaker Abby “Absolutely Abby” Kohut will address how to differentiate yourself from others so people will remember you.
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Village Green NJ

Maplecrest Ford Hosts Free ‘Networking for Scaredy Cats’ Workshop May 13

The May session, “Networking for Scaredy Cats,” is an interactive workshop to help women at all levels of their careers and stages of life to be more comfortable with the art of cultivating relationships and networking. Featured speaker Abby “Absolutely Abby” Kohut will address how to differentiate yourself from others so people will remember you.

 

Mustang Sally's Meeting on Wednesday, April 15th with Lissa Ferrell on The Art of Negotiating with Confidence

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‘Mustang Sally’s Now’ aims to empower N.J. women

It wasn't necessarily the fear, shock or bruise to the head that was the worst part about my car brakes giving out on the highway. It was the fact that I would have to endure a tedious search and negotiation process in order to secure a new (used) car — and fast. And that my gender would become my biggest obstacle in attempting to do so... more

 

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‘Mustang Sally’s Now’ Seeks to Empower Local Women

Women readers, have you ever felt overwhelmed, overlooked or dis-respected when seeking to purchase a car or talking to a mechanic? Has this feeling followed you into other areas of your life? If the answer is yes, a new free program called Mustang Sally’s Now may be for you... more

 

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Mustang Sally's Now: Driving Women's Leadership, March 11

What keeps so many women from getting involved in the car-buying experience? That’s what Jen Miller, head of Brand Transformation and Consumer Experience at Maplecrest Ford Lincoln wanted to know. After talking to lots of women and holding a focus group to answer some key questions, she put two and two together: Many women feel as though the sales person (often male) will take advantage of them, which translated to a bigger challenge. Many women don’t feel comfortable, and more importantly, confident, in their ability to negotiate successfully... more