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Monica Eaton-Cardone Guest Stars in Latest Episode of Office Hours

Monica Eaton-Cardone Guest Stars in Latest Episode of Office Hours

Chargebacks911® COO Offers Insight on Business Leadership in New Episode of Office Hours Live

Monica Eaton-Cardone, Co-Founder and COO of Chargebacks911, appeared with author and entrepreneur David Meltzer as a guest in the latest episode of Office Hours Live with David Meltzer & Blaine Bartlett.

Office Hours Live with David Meltzer & Blaine Bartlett is a live show that invites business masters to come and share their leading insights. Meltzer is a contributor to Entrepreneur Magazine, the Co-Founder of Sports 1 Marketing, and former CEO of the renowned Leigh Steinberg Sports & Entertainment Agency (the inspiration for the movie Jerry Maguire). He is a three-time international best-selling author, a Top 100 Business Coach, the executive producer of leading digital business show Elevator Pitch, and host of the top Entrepreneur podcast, The Playbook.

Monica was tapped for a feature as an award-winning self-made entrepreneur and businesswoman in fintech. She is also a proponent of female entrepreneurs, supporting women through her pioneering leadership program LIFT: Elevating Women in Fintech. The interview will covered topics including:

  • Monica’s career journey
  • Hurdles she’s overcome with Chargebacks911
  • Future trends in the fintech space over the next twelve months
  • The state of gender parity in tech
  • How mentorship can improve gender parity in tech

“Mentorship can be a symbiotic relationship in many ways,” Monica says. “The mentee gets invaluable inside knowledge, while the act of inspiring the next generation of talent can lead to greater success and happiness for the mentor. This also benefits the industry at large.”

Monica further suggests that mentorship is fundamental to achieving the kind of parity that will ensure the best and brightest leaders rise to the top. “Students naturally gravitate toward industries in which they feel they will best succeed. If tech companies and startups focused more on diversity in their recruitment processes and made it clear that women are a welcome inclusion, the gender gap might decrease significantly,” she says.

You can watch a replay of the live episode below: