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Winning With Women Wednesday - An Interview With Nora Lynn San Diego, MD

Get to know Nora-Lynn San Diego

Name:  Nora-Lynn San Diego, MD

Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in English from Brooklyn College, Medical degree from Far Eastern University,  Residency training in Psychiatry at University of Medicine and Dentistry/Robert Wood Johnson-Cooper Hospital, Fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Universities of Columbia and Cornell-New York Presbyterian Hospital… 952 more words

Winning With Women Wednesdays

GTA WLMP Alumna Chapter Needs You!

The WLMP’s Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Alumna Chapter is launching in 2016!

The GTA Alumna Chapter is looking for women interested in promoting women’s legal mentorship beyond the classroom to join its leadership committee. 317 more words


Winning With Women Wednesday: An Interview With Lynette Barbieri & Vanessa Coppes Co-Founders of the Entrepreneurial Think Tank for Women

Get To Know Lynette

Lynette Barbieri is a woman who enjoys life, lives for the moment and does it on her own terms. Barbieri has owned her financial business for over 18 years and is the Co-Founder of the Entrepreneurial Think Thank for Women. 973 more words

Winning With Women Wednesdays

HerNetwork: Women making an impact

By Kashika Narang

Melanie Hubbard is a sophomore at Boston University. She is an amazing example of what it means to be a leader.

Melanie shared with me her experiences with cyber bullying during her senior year of high school. 292 more words

Changing The Roles

LEADERSHIP: Millennial Women Blend Work, Ideals And Passion Into Careers


Sitting in the corner of a chocolate shop in Encinitas, four millennial women crowd around a small table. 327 more words


Worthy trail

West Africa: Word, Symbol, Song exhibition at the British Library is on until Feb 2016. It is fascinating to learn about Nigeria, West Africa in connection to the rest of the black world especially during the slave trade. 387 more words


Minority and Female Representation in the Corporate World

It’s no secret that women, especially minority women, have to fight harder for representation and recognition in male-dominated spaces. The executive boards of major corporations can be particularly difficult to break into. 286 more words

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