Women of the C-Suite: With…Leigh Phillips is the President & CEO of SaverLife The Five Things You Need To Succeed As A Senior Executive

An Interview With Phil La Duke

As a part of our series about strong women leaders, I had the pleasure of interviewing Leigh Phillips, the President & CEO of SaverLife, a national nonprofit that helps working families achieve prosperity through savings. Since joining in 2015, Leigh has led SaverLife’s transformation from a local direct service organization to a leading financial

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Author of “I Know My Shoes Are Untied. Mind Your Own Business”, “Lone Gunman. Rewriting the Handbook on Workplace Violence Prevention”, and “Blood on my hands

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Phil La Duke

Phil La Duke

Author of “I Know My Shoes Are Untied. Mind Your Own Business”, “Lone Gunman. Rewriting the Handbook on Workplace Violence Prevention”, and “Blood on my hands

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