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On addiction importance, pink mopeds and staying out of the rat race

Kristen Van Nest, Shanghai

On addiction importance, pink mopeds and staying out of the rat race

3 facts about Kristen

1. Fulbright Scholar who researched Nation Branding in Luxembourg… 971 more words

Daily Inspiration

Reflections on the glass ceiling in education

The debate around why women are over represented in teaching and yet under represented at headship or senior leadership level is not a new one. However, it is a real one and now, more than at any other time, we need to confront it. 1,384 more words

Women's Leadership

The Envelope Please...

It’s a new year … and the beginning of awards season. In the world of entertainment, it’ll soon be time for the BAFTA Awards, the Eurovision Song Contest, and the Academy Awards (Oscars) in Hollywood. 398 more words

Women-owned Business

EDW debuts affordable women's leadership event, SHEday

By Brenlee Coates (photo of Clare MacKay of The Forks North Portage)

Sure, there have been professional development seminars for women in town before. And there’s even a speech from a likely candidate for the upcoming American presidential race, Hillary Clinton, coming to inspire the same month as SHEday. 646 more words

Smart Biz

Women taking charge. Women's Leadership acts. A personal opinion.

Can women be good leaders?
I asked myself this question and then tought about the answers.
-And my answer is yes.

I believe anyone can be a good leader. 175 more words

My episode with Today’s Leading Women is LIVE TODAY!

My email yesterday morning! :)  If you can’t make it the podcast will be on

Marie Grace Berg’s website: www.TodaysLeadingWomen.

“Your fantastic interview is going live first thing tomorrow morning! 93 more words

Women's Leadership and Mentorship Program (WLMP) Invites New Members for Fall 2015

The Women’s Leadership and Mentorship Program (WLMP) is ready to invite applications for new cohort members for fall 2015. This program is newly developed and provides leadership opportunities to selected incoming freshmen women.   156 more words

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