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Wildflower Philosophy “Knowing Your No”

THIS WEEK’S QUOTE: “Go to hell,” Samatha Baker, Sixteen Candles to Farmer Ted when he was testing her boundaries on the bus.  How do you feel about the word “no?” I feel conflicted. There’s a whole list of things I say “yes” to that I really want to say “no” to.  But sometimes I’m scared to speak my…

5 Tips to Navigate Your Career Path from the Starting Line

Launching a career can feel overwhelming especially if this is your very first time. That’s why I’m sharing 5 tips I’ve followed for over 30+ years which still ring true today. I hope you find these inspiring and helpful. #1 – “There is no such thing as no,” my parents.  Your wishes, goals and dreams…

What I #ChooseToChallenge on International Women’s Day #IWD2021

Today is International Women’s Day and I #ChooseToChallenge believing, repeating and perpetuating that once we are over 40 or 50 or 60 or 70, we are nearing the end of our career. I recently attended a networking group I’ve belonged to for many years. It’s all women in one industry who are connecting each other…

Diversity in Action Magazine Fall 2020

UC Merced educates the highest percentage of first-generation and low-income students in the state university system. It also takes pride in reflecting its diverse student body with its staff and leadership.

Diversity in Action Magazine May/June 2020

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,… – Career Changer Starter Kit

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 ability… – Hate in the Age of Multiculturalism

Schools face a formidable challenge in coming to grips with bigotry and the anti-social behavior that animates it. They can’t appear to take sides in a way that marginalizes any one group. Their role is to remain neutral for the most part, to sustain a sense of tradition to make some people happy, and to…

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