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3 Steps to tackle your limiting beliefs

 So, how are you? Done something scarey recently? Well  up until last month, its been a while since I have done anything truly scare. But in April, I bit the bullet, I met and overcame a challenge.Thats me on the left, getting into Manhattan for the first time. 288 more words

Women Who Lead

Women's Leadership Forum Recap

We just wrapped up another highly successful and sold out IAEE’s Women’s Leadership Forum on Tuesday, 26 April. “This year’s attendance reflects the overwhelming interest in programming addressing topics specific to female professionals,” said 2016 IAEE Chairperson Julie Smith, CEM, CTA. 788 more words


Women’s Leadership at United Way of Miami-Dade

A longtime civic administrator in Miami-Dade County, Florida, Benigna Marko most recently served as an administrative services director in the Department of Planning and Zoning. Benigna Marko supports the efforts of United Way, a national service organization offering women’s leadership programs at its Miami-Dade County chapter. 141 more words

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It’s Not about You

By Megan Cooley

I recently attended two women’s leadership conferences where topics ranged from work-life balance to body language. I’m not really sure I understand the latter at this point, but it might make more sense given some more time. 461 more words


Nyanya: Two Years Later. While We Talk About The Chibok Girls What Became Of The Survivors?

I’ve been looking for one mention of the tragedy ‪#‎Nyanya‬ on 14/4/2014

The National Mirror is the only Nigerian or foreign paper that carried a headline remembering the incident that happened exactly two years ago today. 382 more words


The Wage Gap: Gender Discrimination in the 21st Century

by Heather Steranka-Petit, YWCA Greater Cleveland – Manager, Learning Programs

This article appears in the 2016 issue of ACHIEVE magazine.

In 1981, Sandra Day O’Connor became the first woman appointed to the United States Supreme Court.   1,046 more words

Empowering Women

The Power of Visibility and The Grace of Feminine Power

Radiant Sisters,

Have you found your voice in the world?

Do you deeply desire for your words of wisdom to be heard on a grand scale supporting other women on their path? 233 more words