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Seaweed by the Seashore

Visiting the quaint Maine community located on Gotts Island is like stepping back in time. There are no cars and the only way on and off the island is by ferry service. 224 more words

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She's A Nola Chick: One On One w/ Nicole Collins

I met this Radio Chick on an airport shuttle bus headed to the Baggage Claim junket in LA. Very polite, nice smile and reserved. She and I talked briefly about the film, LA being our first trip (for me anyway..can’t remember if it was her first time), where we worked and stuff like that. 1,980 more words

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Gurjot Sidhu: Making Business Women Feel Glamorous, One Suit at a Time

One question we love to think about here at Career 2.0 is whether women initially avoid pursuing a career doing something they love most because of what is expected of them? 1,366 more words

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Investing In Emotional Genius

American Elle Magazine is kicking off 2015 in a BIG way. Featuring 43 Female Thought Leaders in business, entertainment, politics, journalism, and philanthropy. Who are all out to change the world for the betterment of women.  362 more words

The Day In The Life Of A Celebrity Publicist: One On One w/ Sonji Carey

We met through a mutual friend and sister (in my head) Traci Braxton. Sonji Carey is the publicist of the famous Braxton sister/singer and the first person to reach out to me when wanting to promote her client. 1,209 more words

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Marketing to Women: Why Shopping Local is Important

Shopping local is more than a trend. It is growing for several reasons. Shopping local is good for business, good for the environment and good for our desire to find one-of-a-kind, meaningful products. 438 more words

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Haslam Student Wins Essay Contest on Women in Business

Samantha Herold, a student at University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Haslam College of Business received a $5,000 scholarship for her submission in the Womenetics Advancing Aspirations Global Scholarship essay competition. 308 more words

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