Just as Apple’s “think different” hit the marketplace, the forward-thinking Worcester Polytechnic Institute did just that. They thought differently and broke away from the conventional educational formula so they could empower students from all over the world to shape their own experience through project-based learning.
Seeing the big picture that IT touches every industry imaginable, WPI is now once again ahead of the trend, unveiling an updated Information Technology MS program to ensure that graduates have a deep understanding not just of the “how” but the “why” with a focus on business analytics and more.
Why rewriting your internal narrative should come before redoing your resume. As published on Arianna Huffington’s THRIVE GLOBAL I love reinventing myself, learning new things and taking off-roading adventures. In my career I have successfully moved from publicity to marketing to advertising among other professions. Each role gave me incredible new skills and the abilityContinue reading “THE CAREER CHANGE STARTER KIT”
Local Students Share Stories of Intolerance and Search for Solutions at Sen. Harckham Panel Gennifer Birnbach — March 11, 2020 *I am not a reporter for this paper but was asked if I could cover this event because of my passion and commitment to D&I. Please note, this article was edited and I do not agree with some ofContinue reading “Hate in the Age of Multiculturalism”
Blog for Westchester County Moms that lists out a fun NYC itinerary for gamers of all ages plus a few spots to hit in Peekskill, NY
There are three things you should know about me: 1. I cannot cook 2. My preferred bedtime is 8:30 pm and 3. I would do anything for my children. Even cook for them after 8:30pm. Read the entire blog I wrote for Grown & Flown
The good news is you can remove that grossness right off of you in 4 easy steps.
I’ve always loved reading and stories and colorful drawings especially when it is a book written for children. I earned a B.A. in Literature and, of course, there are many classics I studied through the years but it’s the children’s stories that I hold close to my heart and my pillows and blanket. #1 Bear’sContinue reading “5 Children’s books I keep on my nightstand”
I learned about empathy from 70s and 80s cereal commercials.
Why I f’cking love the F word.
Every brand has a story worth sharing and here are a few of mine.
Some tried and true business tips that you can apply to managing your working relationship with “The Grandparents.”