“Thank you for your dedication and support to the East Florida Chapter USNC for UN Women. Your years of service and assistance have been invaluable. Your initiatives were instrumental in the success of two of our well attended programs; the Labyrinth Meditations at the  Duncan Center as well as our Women of Passion and Purpose Fund raising programs in Boca Raton.”

Lalita Janke, President, US National Committee for UN Women

I want to take this opportunity to congratulate you on last week’s Women Business Spirituality Conference. The event was uplifting and left me full of positive energy. You presented excellent speakers who were diverse, accomplished women with a lot to share. Of course, I expected as much from an event you helped to create.

Whether working for non profit projects, such as, Where Are the Women, or my own Inner Options seminar series, working with you over the last few years has always been interesting. You have a unique ability to “connect” people. It is the people you connect with and the doors you manage to open that make any project you take on move forward. You have been able to embrace my vision for a project and create the steps that will make it happen. But, as you demonstrated with LIWomen.com, you can also create your own.

While your media connections are excellent, it is your ability to connect the right people at the right time that creates a synergy and make things happen. I don’t know anybody else that can do what you do. I know how much you put into a project and yet, you make it look easy. Working with you is always a pleasure, which is probably why you find it so easy to attract the right people. So, again, congratulations on another great event. Thank you for being such an advocate for women and making the right connections.

Kathy Adams, CPA, former Chair, Where Are The Women Project

Over the past 15 years Eileen Tanne and I have collaborated on numerous projects and her talents and skills have helped make our projects very successful. In 2002 we collaborated to present a leading edge conference on “Women, Business, Spirituality: A New Formula for Leadership” bringing together over 300 women and 35 speakers inspiring women and addressing women’s unique abilities in the workplace. We later collaborated on planning and executing an entrepreneurial  women’s business conference for Office Depot in Florida. On these and other projects, Eileen’s contacts and expertise on women and the women’s business market ensured the success of our projects. Most recently she has been involved in world peace efforts and in March 2015 she brought to Sedona the World Peace Flame which she presented to the Sedona International City of Peace Team. Eileen is innovative and creative and committed to projects that promote women’s empowerment, education and world peace.

Barbara Litrell President, B. Litrell Communications Corp, Former President MacDonald Communications Corp and Group Publisher Working Woman and Working Mother Magazines, Former City Councilor, Sedona AZ

“It has been a pleasure working with you on the 2000 Ms. Millennium Conference this year. I would like to thank you for all the work you did in securing major corporate sponsors for this event. Thanks in part to your exceptional efforts, the Conference was a tremendous success for Ms. as well as our sponsors.

I would also like to commend you on your efforts to secure sponsors for the Ms. “Conversations Over Coffee” series of meetings with Gloria Steinem and Marcia Ann Gillespie.” These events also proved quite successful for all involved and have fostered significant relationships between Ms. and various corporations.

I would like to wish you success in your new business ventures and hope that we have the opportunity to work together in the future.”

Pamela Meloni, former Director of Marketing and Corporate Relations Ms. Magazine

“Eileen Tanne is the person who turned me into a “connection maker.” Through Eileen’s example and guidance, I went from government employee to corporate marketer to entrepreneur and chief marketing officer in a career transition that I never thought possible. She is a woman whose enthusiasm, talent, generosity, creativity and friendship have been invaluable to me and hundreds of other women who have been lucky enough to have crossed her path on Long Island, in Florida and beyond.”

Mindy F. Wolfle President, Neptune Marketing LLC, CMO Vishnick McGovern Milizio, LLP, Instructor not-for-profit Marketing, Hofstra University

On behalf of Lifetime, thank you for your incredible efforts in pulling off a “Picture What Women Do” partnership with Cablevision of Long Island and the Long Island Center for Business & Professional Women. You’re Amazing!

Beverly Hermann, former VP, Affiliate Relations Eastern Division Lifetime Television

“It was a pleasure working with you on the Long Island Women Today Making A Difference Conference. It was truly a success!! As the Project Consultant and Chair, Steering Committee, you can sit back and accept the accolades for a job well done!!”

Patricia Hill Williams, former President, 100 Black Women of LI

“Congratulations on a wonderful, inspiring, exhilarating conference that brought such a dynamic group of women and organizations together for a day. The energy that was evident has carried over into a number of subsequent conversations. As a board member of the LI Fund for Women and Girls, I want to extend my heartfelt thanks to you and your Committee for designating the Fund as the recipient of the luncheon proceeds. Words cannot adequately express our appreciation, our revenue stream continues to be very modest and this was an incredible boost.”

Again congratulations Eileen and best wishes.

Karen Lutz, former Executive Vice President, EAB