Megan Wessels’s passion and purpose is providing a platform for women business owners to authentically connect, share and learn from one another.
It began with the first Powerful Partners Dinner Party in 2015 where she saw the power of authentic human connection. She created a space where women know they will not be judged and are willing to share the real stories about their journey that led them to where they are today.
In 2018 Megan gathered 30 women from her network together for an amazing brunch and asked the tough questions like, “What’s one thing that keeps you up at night right now in your business?” Nearly all of the women said business growth and revenue generation.
After building her own Personal Advisory Board of successful business owners, she set out to create a solution that feeds her passion and purpose. The Powerful Partners Forum was born and expanding quickly to serve the women solo business owners who feel isolated and overwhelmed. The Forum is a 12 month program that provides group consulting for female entrepreneurs who want to scale their business.
Megan’s has a unique brilliance for connecting the right people. It’s this piece that makes her Forum and Dinner Parties so powerful… knowing you are in a room with people who are going to have an impact on you.
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Debbie is a “lover” of operations! She brings over 15 years of experience working with female business owners and leaders. She thrives on strategy, planning and implementation of operations activities that enable her clients to focus on business needs that are of the highest and best use of their time. Debbie’s end goal? To help create growth within her clients’ business. Passionate about serving, Debbie leads with heart and is able to help execute against a business owner’s vision with excellence. In Debbie’s spare time she can be found wondering about in nature, rock hunting, or laughing and storytelling with her grandson.
Hope understands what it is like to struggle with the day-to-day operations of creating and growing a successful on-line business (including all of those “pesky” technical tasks). She is affectionately known as the “girl who gets things done” – and that is where she finds true enjoyment. Understanding the process that starts with “ideas” and ends with “completion.” Hope’s real talents lie in the “in between” process – that requires the ability to organize and implement strategies based on client needs. Hope has a unique ability to understand the whole picture, break it down, create and refine a process that becomes an efficient means of implementation. Hope lives in rural Montana and enjoys bourbon and being out of doors.