Like any relationship, the dynamic between a mentor and mentee is a two way street. When nurtured from both sides it evolves, grows and enriches both parties.
Stout asked a few executives to share their favorite examples of how a mentorship relationship helped them bring out the best our in one another.
Jennifer Evans is a servant leader, passionate speaker, and global humanitarian.
She is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Jenerosity Foundation, whose mission is to empower people to reach optimal wellness.
Monica Peraza is a serial entrepreneur who has been the driving force behind four companies, including her latest venture, Alegreea.com, a marketplace by women, for women.
She’s also a passionate civic leader, co-founding the Hispanic Alliance for the Performing Arts with Teresa Lozano-Long.
Matt Laessig COO & Co-Founder at data.world, is an executive with over 20 years experience growing technology and Internet businesses, an American Ninja Warrior competitor, Wharton grad and lover of the longshot.
Matt Lankes, photographer, is a seventh-generation Texan who grew up in Austin playing soccer and watching his father take pictures for the Austin American-Statesman. He currently has his work in the permanent collection of The National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian and at The Wittliff Collections at Texas State University.
Send a #StoutSHOUT to someone you’ve learned from. Whether it’s your mentor/mentee, parents, collegue or friend, let them know how you appreciate the role they’ve played in your development! Plus, explore more from Stout the power of mentorship.