Corps Team in the News

If Corps Team or our Founder and CEO, Allison O'Kelly, have been featured in the news, you can find it here.

  • Huffington Post: Bouncing Back After Entrepreneurial Failure


    Failure: it's a (not so wonderful) fact of life.
    And if you're an entrepreneur, you're intimately familiar with it.
    I should know. As CEO and Founder of Mom Corps, I've experienced as many "uh oh" as "ah ha" moments in business. Looking back at my career to this point, a few of the (ahem) more significant ones stand out:
    Restructuring. When Mom Corps was still self-funded and in its infancy, I had a staff of six employees. Sales hadn't picked up yet, and there was just too much red on the balance sheet. After a major mental struggle, I made the tough call to restructure the company - firing several, reducing salaries for remaining employees and not paying myself at all. [Read more]

  • Huffington Post: Want to Be a Better Leader? 'Expose' Yourself


    While women have (thankfully) abandoned their power "suits of armor" in favor of more feminine corporate fashions (White House | Black Market is my go-to), they've been much more hesitant to remove their "psychological armor" in the corporate world.

  • Working Mother: 30 Years of the 100 Best: Allison O'Kelly


    Congratulations to Working Mother on 30 years of celebrating the 100 Best Companies list!

  • Huffington Post: Forget "Having it All" -- Have What Matters Most


    Ever seen one of those cute stock photos of a mom working productively at her laptop, with her toddler nestled contentedly on her lap? I hate photos like that.

  • CEO Exclusive Radio: Workplace Flexibility


    Nicole Siokis, Allison O'Kelly and Allison Caruso joined Soyini Coke on CEO Exclusive Radio to talk about workplace flexibility.

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