We have consulted with Sherice Torres since her at first days at Nickelodeon to her position as Senior Vice President of Entertainment Products, Nickelodeon Consumer Products and BadAssMama-in-Chief of BadAssMama Enterprises, a lifestyle management brand designed to help women, particularly working mothers, “dare to design their best life.”
A regular contributor to WorkingMother.com, Felicity Huffman’s WhatTheFlicka.com and a syndicated contributor on BlogHer.com, Sherice graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University and served as a management consultant with Deloitte & Touche before completing her MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Management. Among her numerous honors, Sherice was chosen as one of Black Enterprise’s 75 Most Powerful Women in Business (2009), Top 100 Black Executives (2008), and Crain’s Business Top 40 Under 40.
Our advisory work has spanned many phases of an expansive and adventurous career, from managing one’s personal brand to balancing the competing demands of work and family to more closely coordinating profession and purpose. A health enthusiast who initially kept her passion for fitness apart from her professional life, KC supported Sherice as she successfully integrated her personal and professional pursuits by pioneering health and wellness initiatives, and by creating pro-social partnerships that leveraged Nickelodeon’s brand to encourage healthy eating habits for children and their families. “At Nickelodeon … what’s good for kids is good for business,” says Torres, “With rising childhood obesity; we wanted to be part of the solution.”
This platform seamlessly expressed and fused her previously disparate roles as mother, consumer product specialist and social advocate, and helped to consolidate her personal brand to achieve her ultimate goal of living life with passion, compassion and intention.
“Katzman Consulting has been a valuable resource at many points in my career — from gaining my footing as a newly appointed vice president to re-framing my definition of success at mid career. Our work has not only helped me to become a better executive, but has helped me to become a better wife, mother and friend by teaching me to view my life holistically; to seek a bigger life in addition to a bigger job.”