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Discover Black Women’s Executive Pathway
Game-changing corporate executive education tailored specifically for Black women

Black Women’s Executive Pathway is an Atlanta-based executive education provider for Black women created by Black women executives. Not your ordinary professional education experience!

We proudly offer customized and engaging, in-person executive education and training for professional Black women based on our years of first-hand experience and training as executives in corporate.

Our passion is helping Black women reclaim their definition of their professional value and leverage all elements of their professional potential through specialized executive education.

Our unique, in-person events are hosted and taught by our innovative duo of Black women who have taught at the college level and boast Master's Degrees, professional certifications, and extensive executive experience. The differentiator is that these women have successfully navigated the corporate terrain in various Fortune 500 companies.

We conduct all BWEP sessions in 5-star venues in metro Atlanta - accomodations appropriate for executives. We want to underscore that Black women are worth the investment.

Our modules emphasize understanding your value, breaking the status quo in your outlook, assessing corporate culture and testing for fertile ground, and leveling up to attract critical sponsors.

We cherish the opportunity to elevate and empower Black women in corporate America through customized content that accelerates their success. Register now! The need is great, but seats are limited!

Our Mission
To help Black Women reclaim their definition of their professional value and leverage all elements of who they are to realize their executive potential.
We do this by teaching practical techniques and a Black women's executive framework that enables them to chart their own path to success.

Our Values

The BWEP Team
Learn more about the team that proudly empowers Black women in corporate America!

At BWEP, we boast a highly qualified team with extensive Black female executive experience. Moreover, our team is committed to helping attendees recognize their value, actualize their full executive potential, and flourish. Learn more about the people who make our executive leadership training seminars for Black women possible below!

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    Wanda Jackson-Davis

    Wanda has been a senior executive in Global Procurement for over 7 years and oversaw a spend of nearly $5 Billion. She was the inaugural recipient of the CEO “Execute with Excellence Award” for transforming Procurement within one year of her arrival from a critical bottleneck to world-class performance, which resulted in a business that has doubled in 18 months. Moreover, she also initiated a Supplier Diversity program to increase the economic opportunities for diverse businesses, and her employee engagement scores demonstrated double-digit percent improvement year-over-year.

    Wanda transformed the Procurement function at Dematic starting in 2019. Before joining Dematic, Wanda held the role of Global Vice President of Procurement at ABB, a $28B power and automation company. While there, Wanda led the global category management team for the Power and Distribution Transformer business with spending of over $4billion and team members in over twenty countries. Wanda has more than 20 years of Procurement and Supply Chain experience in power, automation, home building, and industrial spaces. Plus, she is a Board Member of the Institute for Management International Conference.

    Wanda co-founded Black Women’s Executive Pathway to shine a bright light on the path for Black Women and help guide them toward attaining executive success.

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    Stephanie Williams

    Stephanie Williams is the Senior Director of the Global Procurement Business Office for a $10B global intralogistics company. Having joined the company in early 2020, Stephanie leads procurement responsibilities, like process governance, compliance, supply chain sustainability, supplier diversity, and data analysis and reporting. Moreover, Stephanie is a driving force in the transformation of the procurement organization.

    Previously, Stephanie worked at Ford Motor Company in Purchasing for over 20 years. In her most recent position there, she was Manager of Supplier Diversity & Inclusion, where she was instrumental to Ford’s award-winning supplier diversity program. Stephanie brings a wealth of procurement and supplier diversity knowledge and experience. She earned ISM’s Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity (CPSD) certification and has been recognized for her many contributions to Supplier Diversity. Before joining Ford, Stephanie was an Industrial Engineer at General Motors.

    Stephanie has a special passion and talent for education and training and recently joined Clark Atlanta University as an Adjunct Professor in the Supply Chain department. Stephanie also co-launched BWEP with her partner to help Black Women overcome challenges in reaching the executive level.