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Forever Friday, How To Keep Those Pre-Weekend Vibes Alive All Week

Friday. FriYAY. Saturday Jr.

Whatever you call it, Friday is our collective Bae Day. Hard not to love even the thought of it rolling around again (especially if you’re sitting on Sunday night or Monday morning), right? 1,012 more words


FAQ #2: "What do you actually do at Vicar school?"

This is a fair question because I had no idea before I got here… As a trainee priest, how do you spend actually your days!? 1,281 more words


Warning Signs of a Toxic or Dysfunctional Board

I’m currently not serving on a board, but hope to again at some point in the future. Since the first time I served on a board, I have done a lot of reading, studying (which included taking a Board Governance class), talking with others who are either serve or served on a board,  and I’ve learned a thing or two since those early first days of board service. 783 more words

Women In Leadership

Through My Lens: A 15-minute perspective of Purposeful and Powerful Living with Tara Twitty

During the month of February, My podcast “Through My Lens: A 15-minute perspective of Purposeful and Powerful Living Strategies” will highlight local African-American women Business owners.

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Through My Lens

The early ALA leaders

Presidents’ Day is a time to honor our nation’s past and present leaders. The federal holiday was originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington but later became known as Presidents’ Day in 1971 as part of the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, according to history.com. 718 more words


A Seat at the Table

I invited a man to a meeting the other day. I told him who would be there: four women including myself.

He laughed and said, “I don’t know, I might be a little out-numbered!” 229 more words

Yvonne Ballard: Construction Mode

I graduated from Turner Construction’s 12-week Construction Management Course on November 15, 2017. It was a great accomplishment for my brand!

The program refreshed important aspects of the industry that I learned in college about 12 years ago, and it’s good to know that some of the same rules apply. 510 more words

Women Entrepreneurship