Raleigh, NC, March 08, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- For the second year in a row Olalah Njenga, author, marketing strategist and CEO of YellowWood Group, has been recognized by Business Leader Media as one of the Triangle’s Top 50 Catalyst Entrepreneurs. Business Leader limited the criteria for the 2011 award to include only leaders who have made a significant impact on the Triangle business community. The dinner and awards ceremony was held March 3, 2011 at Events at Newton Square in Raleigh.
When asked what she finds most rewarding about her work as an entrepreneur, Olalah remarked, “I get tremendous satisfaction in knowing that the forward thinking companies that I work with gain an understanding of the strategies and tactics needed to seize opportunities and create competitive advantages in their respective industries. It’s an honor to be recognized for my achievements and a privilege to be considered a catalyst in the Triangle business community. The whole experience is deeply humbling.”
In addition to Olalah’s leadership at YellowWood Group, she is a volunteer business counselor for SCORE® and an Advisory Board member for the Business & Industry Services Division of Wake Technical Community College. Olalah is a 2010 and 2009 Women in Business International Stevie® Awards finalist, a featured columnist for Carolina Business Connection and was tapped as a 2010 Social Media Professional to Watch.
Olalah is a sought after topic-expert panelist and keynote speaker. She has served as breakout session leader for such organizations as Diversity Woman Magazine, the Women's Business Center of NC, the National Speakers Association Convention and others.
Olalah’s profile will be included in the upcoming issue of Business Leader magazine.
About Olalah Njenga:
Olalah Njenga is the CEO of YellowWood Group, a marketing firm that helps growing companies align marketing strategies with sales goals. She is the creator of Breakthrough Advantage™, a program that helps entrepreneurs and high-impact career professionals create an unfair competitive advantage in business and life and is the author of “37 What Were They Thinking Moments In Marketing.”