Monthly Archive: September, 2014

#WhyIStayed Sparks Women to Speak Out About Domestic Violence

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With all of the recent media coverage of Ray Rice assaulting his girlfriend and now wife, Janay Palmer, social media sites have exploded about domestic violence and why women don’t just leave relationships.… Continue reading

A Third of Alibaba’s Co-Founding Team Are Women

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Alibaba’s Maggie Wu and Lucy Peng: The dynamic duo behind the IPO The giant Chinese e-retailer has a reputation for fostering talented women. Lucy Peng and Maggie Wu are stellar examples. About the… Continue reading

Supporting Women in Entertainment: Whiskey Boys Competing to Win Project Greenlight

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With the emergence of more female representation within the entertainment industry, it is exciting to see so many of the incredible women participating in the Project Greenlight competition, both as actresses and directors.… Continue reading

Call It Supper: Chive, Asiago and Mustard Seed Pretzels for Oktoberfest

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“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” (Virgina Woolf) At Call It Supper  this Friday, we are sharing a recipe that we created in honor of Oktoberfest—which, kicked-off… Continue reading

Ladies, Looking to Travel the World Alone? 8 Tips on Savvy Solo Travel

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I spent a little over a month this summer backpacking through Europe. I’m a seasoned traveler, having been to over 30 countries and 5 continents. However, this was my first time truly traveling… Continue reading

Ready for a ‘Switch?’

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Meet Jonathan Lau, co-founder of new startup Switch!  Switch aims to help professionals young and old enter the tech industry by matching them with the right tech school for them.  We love what Jonathan… Continue reading

Obtaining your World Peace: A lesson from Gracie Lou Freebush and Simon Sinek

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Sorry to Miss Congeniality Gracie Lou Freebush, but ‘World Peace’ may be a bit far off these days. However, she’s got a passion for a cause (whether that’s living in harmony or strengthening the… Continue reading

A Day In The Life Of A Young Woman In Digital

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One of the great things I’ve learned about the innovation community? There are so many of us that crave learning, love to understand the experiences of others, and have a desire to connect in… Continue reading

#MondayMotivation: Mass Musings, Inspiration For the Creative Individual

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All ladies of the iLab needs a little extra motivation on a Monday morning! A little something to feed the soul before that weekday hustle starts back up again. I personally keep my creative… Continue reading

Call It Supper: Maine Berry and Rhubarb Crisp

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“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” (Virgina Woolf) At Call It Supper, we love getting new recipes to try from our friends. Most recently, our friend Betsy… Continue reading