Published by the Nassau Guardian, April 1st, 2022
The Cable Bahamas Group of Companies launched its High Heels in High Places Mentorship Program on Thursday, March 24th, 2022.
High Heels in High Places Mentorship Program was created as an outgrowth of the Cable Bahamas Group Women in Leadership campaign, which was created to celebrate 10 of the senior-most female executives within the Cable Bahamas Group of Companies. This new phase of the initiative gives these women the opportunity by to pay it forward by mentoring women in junior level positions within the company and offer one on one career guidance for a period of seven months.
Cable Bahamas Group Chief Executive Officer Franklyn Butler II called the event “critically important” as it brings women to the forefront and provides a once in a lifetime opportunity for some very deserving young ladies. “I am particularly pleased to see the launch of this High Heels in High Places initiative. The women on our team have proven to be exceptionally qualified and as equally committed to the success of our company, as the men and I am happy to see that so many of them are ascending to the highest levels of leadership. Mentorship is something that I value in my own life and I’m sure that each of the young ladies within this mentorship program stands to receive a wealth of knowledge from her mentor which can shape her career for the better.”