Denise Hamilton left a very successful career in commercial real estate, as well as several other wide-ranging past endeavors, to start WatchHerWork. She elicits elegantly raw, specific and action-focused insights from professional women to help other women navigate successful careers. Continue reading From Real Estate To Tech Startup As An Over-40, African-American Female Founder
By Santura Pegram
It was once said that boxing great Muhammad Ali believed parents should be very careful when considering the name of their newborn child(ren), because that name will follow the child throughout their lifetime and often serve as an introduction to an unfairly judgmental world.
Continue reading Let Me Tell You About Athalie Range…
Today’s business schools offer more opportunities than ever to help you find a program that meets your specific needs. Programs generally fall into the following categories:
Continue reading Which MBA Program is Right for You? You can get your MBA your way.
There are currently 2.5 million businesses owned and operated by African-Americans, according to the U.S. Census’s most recent survey of business owners.
Continue reading Why These Three Southern Cities Attract The Most Black Entrepreneurs & Business Owners
What is a “Gique”? It’s a cross between “geek” and “chic,” a maker and creative problem-solver whose interdisciplinary interests turn STEM into STEAM. Meet Danielle Olson, researcher and PhD student at MIT and proud founder of Gique, a nonprofit that provides transformational, culturally situated STEAM learning for underserved youth.
Continue reading Meet Danielle Olson: A ‘Gique’ Advancing the Case for STEAM Education
By Carol Zabin and Robert Collier
As California policymakers speed up the state’s switch to renewable energy, a key question is this: Do the much-touted new green jobs actually go to a diverse cross-section of the state’s workforce, or are disadvantaged communities left out?
By Eric Titner
A new year is often looked at as an opportunity for making positive changes, and we’re all familiar with the tradition of making New Year’s resolutions—as we end each year and look forward to the next, we take stock of the things we want to improve upon or change in our lives.
Continue reading New Year’s resolutions for career success in 2018
Connie Russell Gorum, the founder and CEO of C. L. Russell Group, LLC (CLRG), an industry workforce training company, started CLRG in 2015 after leaving her government job with a vision and a strategic plan—to become a global industry workforce training company.
Continue reading Going Global Despite the Odds—CEO shares how her company is reaching its global goal
Despite the progress women have made in science, engineering, and medicine, a glance at most university directories or pharmaceutical executive committees tells a more complex story. Women in science are succeeding in fields that may not even be conscious of the gender imbalances. Continue reading 7 Strategies to Advance Women in Science
There are only two simple rules that you need to follow if you want people to reply to your emails. Continue reading How To Write Emails That People Want To Respond To
You can find more purpose and happiness at work and in life by asking yourself better questions Continue reading 31 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Setting Next Year’s Goals
“Did you come to work or win?” Jenna Boyer
Jenna Boyer is the Senior Manager of Employer Brand and Communications at Marriott International in Bethesda, Maryland. A graduate of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., Boyer received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media Studies with a minor in Spanish.