Everything we do revolves around making this world a better place by helping women use their talents to be the best they can be. We believe women who are empowered by one another and role models build community, help society, and flourish.
We showcase great female role models building community one woman at a time. We help women take supported and calculated risks to develop their talents personally and professionally.
We inspire women to get connected professionally by branding themselves, marketing their talents, and promoting themselves and others.
We cater to women with their own businesses who are taking supported and calculated risks by aiming high and looking for growth – all in areas that showcase their talents.
Sheila Long is the founder of MalamaDoe. Here is a video about why Sheila decided to create MalamaDoe.
What does “MalamaDoe” mean? Watch this video.
A Little About Sheila
Sheila has been working on rolling out MalamaDoe since 2015 by building and connecting a neighborhood-based community of businesswomen. She facilitated her local Project Management Institute Expert Panel for many years while holding various roles on local boards. Prior to consulting, Sheila worked for over eleven years at Motorola in high tech sales, quality, and service management.
Sheila has her MBA in Strategy and Finance from the University of Chicago. She speaks fluent Spanish and Portuguese earned degrees from Saint Louis University in International Business, Economics, and Spanish.
Sheila holds the credentials of Six Sigma Green Belt and Certified Project Manager (PMP). Sheila lives in Shorewood with her three grade school aged children who are bilingual. She enjoys attending sporting events on weekends with them.