Don’t Lean In

Go All-In

We’re women teaching women how to play poker. We teach poker because it’s more than a game; it’s a game changer. Thinking like a poker player gives women the skills to succeed from the classroom to the boardroom. 

Don’t Lean In
Go All-In

We’re women teaching women how to play poker. We teach poker because it’s more than a game; it’s a game changer. Thinking like a poker player gives women the skills to succeed from the classroom to the boardroom.

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“Poker Power is just like the ‘Karate Kid’. We thought we were learning poker, but we actually learned how to navigate the business world.”

— Hiral D.

“If you’re passionate about empowering women, I highly recommend checking out and sharing Poker Power with your community. I’ve just completed their super accessible lesson series and have honed not only fundamental game strategy skill sets, but also critical life and career skills around risk management, negotiation, and decision-making.”

— Mary S.

“When asked for advice from those starting their careers in sales, I never would have thought to say “learn poker” despite playing the game myself. That is until I saw Poker Power in action. Learning to think and problem solve workplace challenges using the skills and strategies of poker gameplay is brilliant! This is leadership development at its best and truly can move the needle on empowerment.”

— Ernest J.

“I didn’t realize how many parallels there are between poker and life. Being able to read the room helps women gauge when and how to take risks and exhibit strategy and discipline. Bluffing may leverage one’s ability to negotiate deals, salaries, or pay raises. Claiming a seat at the table not only helps women grow in their careers but to move into higher positions where they can create more room at the table for their female peers as well.”

— Caitlan E.

“Poker requires the high level of emotional intelligence women need across many business contexts, especially ones that are high-pressured and emotionally charged. When playing poker, one needs to be aware of how one is feeling and manage those emotions so they don’t get the best of you. Likewise, when facing tense, high-pressure business situations, such as negotiating for scarce resources or making time-critical decisions, we need to make sure our emotions don’t get the best of us and cloud our judgement.”

— Gail B.

Poker Power gamifies life and leadership skills. No money transacts.

Practice intelligent decision-making
Develop powerful negotiation tactics
Identify opportunities through risk assessment
Learn to exercise discipline
Foster emotional intelligence

These are a few of the 150+ partners that have benefited from Poker Power.

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100
million people play poker, but only
4%
are women.
500
people run the Fortune 500, but only
9%
are women.
$330
billion was spent on venture capital in 2021.
2%
funded women founders.