Khali Henderson to Serve as an Advisor to Mission Sisters Who Work

by | Aug 16, 2020

Khali Henderson to Advise Mission Sisters Who Work

BuzzTheory senior partner Khali Henderson will serve as an Advisor to Mission Sisters Who Work, where she will provide guidance to the humanitarian organization committed to women’s leadership development and scholarships.

“I’ve seen the positive impact of Mission Sisters Who Work’s programs firsthand at several professional development events for women,” said Henderson. “It was an easy ‘yes’ when they asked me to take on an advisory role.”

Henderson has been an active supporter of the work of Mission Sisters Who Work, and its founder, Cheryl O’Donoghue. O’Donoghue is an executive coach, leading expert on emotional intelligence and Pulitzer-Prize nominated author of three books focused on women in business and technology leadership.

“When Khali first learned about Mission Sisters Who Work and my second book, ‘How to Be a Woman in Technology (While Focusing on What Matters Most),’ she immediately promoted the project to her extensive network of women in tech,” said Cheryl O’Donoghue, co-founder and president of Mission Sisters Who Work. “The result was that three-quarters of the women who were featured in the book came from Khali’s kind introductions.”

Cheryl O'Donoghue on BuzzTheory's Khali Henderson

Henderson has connected Mission Sisters to women-focused groups and events in the telecom and technology industries. She also shared her expertise as a messaging expert and content editor to help polish the O’Donoghue’s latest book, “How to Be an Emotionally Intelligent Leader (While Crushing Your Goals),” which serves as a fundraiser for Mission Sisters. (All royalties from O’Donoghue’s books  go directly to Mission Sisters Who Work, helping to fund scholarships and training.)

“The scholarships Mission Sisters provides help break down the real financial barriers that many women experience, enabling them greater access to education and training that can change their lives,” said Henderson.

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