Embracing the Employment Gap

Embracing the Employment Gap

THE GAP IS HARD, BUT YOU ARE NOT ALONE The world changed a long time ago - as it relates to the frequency of being in-between jobs.  I mean, ask anyone these days what a pension is, and they might have to Google it. Longevity in a company looks more like 3 years...

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Transfire Photography

Transfire Photography

I'm thrilled to introduce you to Transfire Photography...The moment I met Heather I saw a fierce, powerful and courageous human being. When I found out about the work that she does in the world, I immediately wanted to collaborate with her. This was because of her...

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Be Consciously Unbiased

Be Consciously Unbiased

I recently attended a screening of a beautiful short film called DRAW WITH ME with the organization Consciously Unbiased. The film brought to light the difficulty of being different and the meaning of belonging through Brendon Scholl's experience identifying as...

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How to Fix the Broken Rung

How to Fix the Broken Rung

I was featured in the article "How to Fix the Broken Rung" in FORBES, written by Shelley Zalis, CEO and Founder of The Female Quotient, providing advice to young professionals looking to get their first promotion into management. When I was preparing for the...

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Choosing the Employment Gap Part 2

Choosing the Employment Gap Part 2

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives...

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Thriving in the Employment Gap

Thriving in the Employment Gap

THE GAP IS RAMPANT: YOU ARE NOT ALONE Oh, the gap. The gap between here and there. Between the old job and the next gig. Between the old you and the new you. I have a pin on my desk that says “f#*!k,” and that just about sums up the employment gap. But alas – there is...

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Call Upon Your Dragons

Call Upon Your Dragons

This past week was a challenging one. It definitely got me thinking. It got me thinking because something happened where I was discouraged from bringing my whole self to my work environment. When I entered the work force post grad school, there was this known...

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Be Consciously Unbiased

Be Consciously Unbiased

I recently attended a screening of a beautiful short film called DRAW WITH ME with the organization Consciously Unbiased. The film brought to light the difficulty of being different and the meaning of belonging through Brendon Scholl's experience identifying as...

read more
How to Fix the Broken Rung

How to Fix the Broken Rung

I was featured in the article "How to Fix the Broken Rung" in FORBES, written by Shelley Zalis, CEO and Founder of The Female Quotient, providing advice to young professionals looking to get their first promotion into management. When I was preparing for the...

read more
Choosing the Employment Gap Part 2

Choosing the Employment Gap Part 2

“It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives...

read more
Thriving in the Employment Gap

Thriving in the Employment Gap

THE GAP IS RAMPANT: YOU ARE NOT ALONE Oh, the gap. The gap between here and there. Between the old job and the next gig. Between the old you and the new you. I have a pin on my desk that says “f#*!k,” and that just about sums up the employment gap. But alas – there is...

read more
Call Upon Your Dragons

Call Upon Your Dragons

This past week was a challenging one. It definitely got me thinking. It got me thinking because something happened where I was discouraged from bringing my whole self to my work environment. When I entered the work force post grad school, there was this known...

read more
The Aftermath

The Aftermath

The Aftermath It’s Sunday, 5 days after the historic election results. And it’s all still swirling. I thought that after the election we could all just calm down. But no, it’s exactly the opposite. My stomach is still tense. I wake up in the middle of the night and...

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