C4W Member Profile: Barbara M. Fowler

Barbara-Lucey-410What is your profession?  Partner and CMO At Chief Outsiders, a marketing strategy firm.

What do you enjoy doing outside of your career? Reading, playing with my dogs, teaching International Business and Cross Cultural Management (I taught these as an Adjunct at Rutgers University before I moved).

How long have you been a member of the Center for Women? Recent

What inspired you to become a member? I just moved here from NJ to start firm and several people mentioned the importance of this group.

How has living day-to-day as a woman affected you? I love it. My husband stayed home and took care of the kids and I was able to go wherever my career took me. I love the choices women have today-as long as we have them. I always want to feel like my life is a “work in process” and that I have lots more to do and learn.

What kind of message would you like to send out to women who are trying to succeed in today’s economy? Keep learning, growing and changing so that you have choices in the future. 

How can people connect with you? bfowler@chiefoutsiders.com, on Twitter at @barbfow50, on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/barbaramfowler/ or just an old-fashioned telephone call at 843-388-7769.


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One Response to “C4W Member Profile: Barbara M. Fowler”

  1. Karen Stawicki Says:

    I’ve recently had the pleasure of spending time with Barbara and can tell you, she is smart, fun and truly authentic! I look forward to getting to know her better and learning more about her busines so that I can connect her to the right people.

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