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The Business of Being A "Lady"

This post was inspired by a book called Push Back: How Smart Women Ask – and Stand Up – for What They Want by Selena Rezvani. 1,688 more words


Ready For Hillary, But Is Hillary Ready For Us?

Spencer Bradley ’16  Women in Leadership

“I’m ready for Hillary,” was the campaign slogan for Hilary Clinton’s campaign slogan in 2012. But are we ready for Hillary Clinton anymore today than we were eight years ago? 611 more words

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The Perception of Women in Leadership

Katerina Krohn ’17  Women in Leadership

After the large success of her book Lean In, Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg’s new campaign has continued to keep people talking. 471 more words

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i am the provider

This is a picture of neuron in a mouse brain that I took in my lab


I have a vivid memory of sitting in my Davis High School seminary class my senior year.  1,540 more words

Entering the World of Public Speaking

The other week I got invited to speak as a subject matter expert (SME) at The UpGroup. The UpGroup is an executive recruiting company that focuses on senior digital talent, and deals with the creme de la creme in the London digital scene. 463 more words


"Ubuntu"--We Are Bound Together

This blog post is contributed by Sundhari Rangiah

At Nelson Mandela’s memorial, United States President Barack Obama spoke about ubuntu, saying, “There is a word in South Africa, ubuntu, a word that captures Mandela’s greatest gift: his recognition that we are all bound together in ways that are invisible to the eye; that there is a oneness to humanity; that we achieve ourselves by sharing ourselves with others, and caring for those around us.” 606 more words

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