Celebrate Your Successes with Amy Gross
Join us on Wednesday, July 28th, 2021 at 5 pm PT / 8 pm ET for our next National Chapter Virtual Event.
As women, we often run from one task to the other, rarely pausing to toast our own successes, or even realize them. And, yet we are balancing a lot and achieving every day, often wearing ourselves out in the process. Let's take a moment to breathe and celebrate together.
Grab that bottle of bubbly you have been saving and join us when VineSleuth Founder and CEO (and Women For WineSense Rising Star award-winner) Amy Gross will lead us through a fun exercise of realizing and celebrating our own successes. She will share some of her own self-care secrets and help us brainstorm new ones together.
Amy Gross is the Founder and CEO of VineSleuth, which creates digital tools to help people easily find the beers, ciders and wines they will enjoy most at events, bars, wineries and breweries. Amy created VineSleuth after a trip to Napa that left her puzzled about her wine choices and wanting a personal recommendation engine... And so she got to work. Amy pulled together the talents of sensory scientists at Cornell University, winemakers, a master brewer, an applied mathematician, wine educators and more to create web applications that are integrated into client mobile apps, websites and digital menus.Her engaging personality and experiences in building VineSleuth have caused Amy to become a sought after keynote speaker on wine, AI and data integrity, personalization, and her entrepreneurial journey. She makes the intricate understandable and has presented globally at such events as the Mobile World Congress and National Retail Federation’s Big Show, with live (in person) audiences as large as 16,000. Her work with VineSleuth has been noted in the New York Times, Fortune, CNN, and Meininger’s Wine Business International, among others. In 2020, Amy was honored as one of two Rising Stars in the wine industry by the national industry organization, Women For WineSense. Amy shares about her personal faith journey, travel experiences and of course, adventures in motherhood, on Moms Toolbox.com, a blog she has maintained since 2008.
You can contact Amy via email at: amy.g@VineSleuth.com or on LinkedIn: Amy Gross.