As the world’s largest collection of women’s case studies, The Hot Mommas™ Project focuses on real-life scenarios and solutions that are accessible to undergraduate, graduate, alumnae, and corporate communities. The power of story is digitally delivered in this free, cutting edge, crowd-sourced online library driven largely by women in social media. The Hot Mommas Project is the recipient of a Coleman Foundation Case Award and has been profiled by the Washington Post Magazine, NPR, and featured in Prentice Hall textbooks through which winning Hot Mommas Project cases are distributed globally each year.
This research side of the Hot Mommas Project (HotMommasProject.com) is housed at the CFEE and represents Founder Kathy Korman Frey’s work as part-time faculty and Entrepreneur in Residence. She teaches Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership, which is the recipient of a National Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education Award.
The Hot Mommas Project “Sis U” seminar series measurably increases confidence and key success factors in women: 66% in three hours, and 200% in a full length program. Imagine being able to walk into a room thinking one way, and walk out thinking another way. This the Hot Mommas Project Sis U goal. So far, it’s working. A digital classroom is launching in 2012.
Frey, an award-winning entrepreneur, community leader, educator, and curriculum developer is the founder of the Hot Mommas Project. Frey and The Hot Mommas team offer workshops, seminars, and digital classroom events that, when combined with a case study library full of female role models, have shown 200% increases in confidence among women of all ages.