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Social Currency is Currency

with Wendy Berry & Eugenia Marshall



Eugenia Marshall and Wendy Rose Berry are the co-founders of conditionHER.  Eugenia and Wendy are committed to empowering and educating women about intimate care and dedicated to creating safe spaces for open dialogue. ConditionHER aims to challenge the stigmas associated with such a sensitive topic.

They are both employed entrepreneurs, dedicated to managing high-pressure corporate jobs in the entertainment and finance industries, while also being mothers pursuing their own successful business ventures outside of work. They stayed committed to providing women with safe and effective intimate-care products.

As the Director of Multicultural Partnerships and Integrated Content at Warner Bros., Wendy Rose Berry is a multitalented person who has had a big impact on the entertainment industry. She is a mentor and a connector as well. Berry is passionate about assisting others in achieving their goals and believes in the power of networking.

Eugenia Marshall is a certified SHRM-SCP human resources specialist with extensive training and experience. She has proven to have a profound understanding of HR competencies and is dedicated to upholding the industry’s highest moral and professional standards as a SHRM-SCP. Eugenia is renowned for her strong analytical abilities.

“focus on the positive and always see the silver lining”

-Eugenia Marshall

The EO Wonder podcast episode “Social Currency is Currency,” featuring Wendy Berry and Eugenia Marshall dive deep into the importance of social currency in business and entrepreneurship. And let me tell you, if you’re not actively building your social currency, you’re missing out on a powerful tool that could help take your business to the next level.

They shares about building strong relationships with others, these entrepreneurs were able to access new opportunities, gain valuable insights and resources, and even secure funding for their ventures.

Take the advice of the hosts and focus on building genuine relationships, providing value, and being authentic and trustworthy in your interactions. By doing so, you’ll not only build your social currency but also create a strong foundation for long-term success.

Social Currency is Currency by Wendy Barry & Eugenia Marshall

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