The Weekly #8 – Women & the Ways We Work: Cynthia Changyit Levin, the Anti-Poverty Mom

This week's profile features an interview with Cynthia "Cindy" Changyit Levin, who has moved about from Chicago to St. Louis, where she lives now. I met Cindy briefly last June of 2016 at the annual RESULTS conference in Washington, D.C. I'd heard of the great work she does to fight poverty with various NGO's, but never actually met her. On [...]

By | March 1st, 2017|Advice, Careers, Feminism|0 Comments

The Weekly #7 – Women & the Ways We Work: Sarah Black, Social Worker

This week's profile features an interview with Sarah Black. I met Sarah towards the end of December through 20-30 Something Raleigh Chicks, a meetup group I've been organizing for over 6 years now. We met up to take a walk around a local park and have since gone on other walks and hikes together. I love her passion for [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|Advice, Careers, Feminism|0 Comments

The Weekly #6 – Women & the Ways We Work: Stephanie Schuttler, the Fancy Scientist

This week's profile features an interview with Stephanie Schuttler. I met Stephanie nearly two years ago through 20-30 Something Raleigh Chicks, a meetup group I've been organizing for over 6 years now. Another member had hosted a gathering to come to a fashion show I was walking in. We all connected at a nearby bar in downtown Raleigh and [...]

By | February 15th, 2017|Advice, Careers, Feminism|0 Comments

The Weekly #5 – Women & the Ways We Work: Kristy Martino, Creative Political Organizer

This week's profile features an interview with Kristy Martino, who is located in Maine. I met Kristy in late 2015 through RESULTS. I was trying to be difficult and prove that we could have a joint U.S. and global poverty advocacy group in NC. (I did.) Kristy was a spitfire full of compassion and a keen sense of [...]

By | February 8th, 2017|Advice, Careers, Feminism|0 Comments

The Weekly #4 – Women & the Ways We Work: Lauryn Colatuno, Digital Media Food Lover

Lauryn Colatuno This week's profile features an interview with Lauryn Colatuno, who is located in Raleigh, NC. I met Lauryn in July 2013 through the Yelp Triangle Elite Community. She had become the new Community Manager, and as an Elite Reviewer, I was eager to meet her. Lauryn was loaded with tons of personality, excitement for [...]

By | February 1st, 2017|Advice, Branding, Careers, Feminism|0 Comments

The Weekly #3 – Women & the Ways We Work: Frances De Los Santos, Education Program Coordinator

Welcome to my Wednesday blog series exploring women’s careers, interests, and roles. Within this series, I explore how women of all ages, in all phases of their lives, make choices for themselves, their careers, their families, and their time, in general. Frances De Los Santos This week's profile features an interview with Frances De Los [...]

By | January 25th, 2017|Advice, Careers, Feminism|0 Comments

The Weekly #2 – Women & the Ways We Work: Jalileh Garcia Cornell, Aspiring Human Rights Advocate

Welcome to my Wednesday blog series exploring women’s careers, interests, and roles. Within this series, I explore how women of all ages, in all phases of their lives, make choices for themselves, their careers, their families, and their time, in general. Jalileh Visiting Columbia This week's profile features an interview with Jalileh Garcia Cornell. I [...]

By | January 18th, 2017|Advice, Careers, Feminism|0 Comments

The Weekly #1: Women & The Ways We Work – Rebecca Woskoff, Academic Coach

Welcome to my Wednesday blog series exploring women’s careers, interests, and roles. Within this series, I will explore how women of all ages, in all phases of their lives make choices for themselves, their careers, their families, and their time, in general. Rebecca Woskoff My first profile features an interview with Rebecca Woskoff. I met [...]

By | January 11th, 2017|Advice, Careers, Feminism|0 Comments

The Wave of a Woman’s Place Standing Up & Leaning In: My Personal Story

The Wave of a Woman’s Place Standing Up & Leaning In: My Personal Story Feminism in the Workplace As my career has progressed, first from the very predominately female world of education, into the role of a paralegal and account management during grad school, and then landing permanently on the communications and marketing planet, I’ve [...]

By | August 29th, 2016|Advice, Careers, Communications, Feminism|0 Comments