Be Yourself, Be Unique.

My mission is to empower women to run the world by showing them how to own their unique strengths to achieve success.
From getting a first job, to getting THE job,


shines light on the steps women need to
take to elevate themselves in business
and life.


Heather Monahan is a multimedia force empowering women to use their unique attributes to achieve success in all aspects of their lives.

Her inspiring attitude, tireless passion and hard-won wisdom have enabled Heather to work her way up the corporate ladder, where she has gained the firsthand experience she now shares with others.

Heather has a distinct perspective as both employee and hiring manager. It’s this 360º knowledge of the workplace that allows Heather to inform other women on how to best approach the job force; even more than that, Heather helps them understand how to holistically set themselves up for success.

As a single mother, Heather deeply empathizes with the multitude of demands that women must meet every day. Transparency around her struggles as a single mom, her own life challenges and successes, allows her to connect with women, celebrate their atttributes and teach them to leverage these traits in their favor. Heather inspires women to embrace their inner powerhouse so they, too, may be unstoppable.

A native of Worcester, MA, and graduate of Clark University with a liberal arts degree in Psychology, Heather has over 20 years of sales and marketing experience. She currently holds the title of Chief Revenue Officer for Beasley Media Group, Inc.

In addition to serving as a board member of City Year Miami, a service organization that provides mentorship opportunities for at-risk youth, Heather was selected by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB) as a member of the steering committee for the 2012 NAB/RAB Radio Show.

She lives in Miami, FL with her son Dylan, who calls her “the person I admire most.”


“Boss in Heels means a few things to me. When people hear the term 'Boss' oftentimes they think of a stoic male figure. To me, 'Boss in Heels' is representative of being you and for me that means celebrating that I am a woman while still commanding respect and delivering results in the workplace. 'Boss in Heels' is about treating employees, partners and clients well and having a vested interest in their success. 'Boss in Heels' is a more modern way of leading." - Heather Monahan

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