Pop-Up Mentor Awards the First Sponsored Membership

Cameryn Mitchell has been awarded our first sponsored membership thanks to Connect Couples Therapy.

Cameryn is a student at Winthrop University majoring in Business Administration with a human resources concentration.  As she describes, her career interests are in "organizational learning" like training & development.  

"I would love to be able to help individuals reach their own career goals through personal and professional development. I enjoy having the ability to design and implement effective training sessions and developmental activities. I hope to one day own a consulting firm that focuses on workforce development," Cameryn shared.

Cameryn recently completed an internship with the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), and has developed a strong appreciation for how mentorship can impact one's career. 

Cameryn added, "I believe networking/mentoring is one of the best ways for people to develop themselves, and it is for this reason that I want to join a group like Pop-Up Mentor. Being able to meet and build a relationship with other women in the community is something that I look forward to."

For example, here is Cameryn meeting Pink Mentor Network's featured Trailblazer, Tana Greene, CEO of The Greene Group & Blue Bloodhound.

 With a Pop-Up Mentor sponsored membership, Cameryn now has access to all member benefits including free admission to future Trailblazer's Breakfasts, Pop-Up Mentor sessions, and discounted seats & advanced notice of all Mentor Dinners for the upcoming year. 

For information on how to sponsor a young woman's mentorship in the Charlotte community, visit the Pop-Up Mentor website.


This opportunity was sponsored by Connect Couples Therapy, a couples therapy & marriage counseling practice in Charlotte, NC who specializes in the science-based Gottman Method.  

The practice, owned by married couple Dr. Faith Drew & Dr. George Bitar, has been paying it forward in the Charlotte community for years, and believes in investing in the future of this community. 

For more information about the practice or their service, visit www.connectcouplestherapy.com.