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Life Lessons Courtesy of Victor Hugo

There is no book or story I love more than Victor Hugo’s exquisitely written Les Miserables.  A beautiful (and long) story of redemption, love, sacrifice and life set in revolutionary France.  370 more words

Blogging

The White House Budget and Small Business

By Jennifer White, WIPP Advocacy Team

On Tuesday, the president’s full budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2018 was released. The numbers below outline proposed funding changes for Small Business Administration programs, as well as the justifications sent to Congress on specified funding changes on our blog. 662 more words

Women Entrepreneurship

Five Presentation Tips We Can Learn From Katty Kay

When nerves, lack of confidence (or energy) hold you back as a presenter, consider finding a business presenter (a master) you wish to emulate. That way, you can learn from that expert’s delivery techniques and approach and adapt slightly to fit your own unique personality and audiences.   702 more words

Business Writing

Directed Field Study - Week 1

This is my first blog entry reporting on the week’s work in my directed field study for TEL 792. My mentor is Jennifer Campfield, Director of Talent Development at JMU, and we are working together on a project aimed at supporting leadership development for women in middle-management and non-instructional faculty positions. 968 more words

Sitting on the Edge of the Precipice

Every day, at every stage of our life, we have a choice. Do we settle for the status quo or worse for mediocrity? Or do we strive for greatness? 231 more words

Blogging

Women in History: Eve Ensler

Eve Ensler is an American playwright, writer, performer, and activist, best known for her play, The Vagina Monologues, which the New York Times described as “probably the most important piece of political theater of the last decade.” 144 more words

Feminism