Monthly Archive: July, 2015

8 Amazing TED Talks Every Woman in Her 20s Should Watch

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Looking for a World Cup-worthy pep talk? Want to be inspired to take the leap toward your passion project? There’s no better way to get energized (well, except for a triple-shot latte) than to watch… Continue reading

Why Low Body Confidence is Bad for You

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Meaghan Ramsey, Global Director of the Dove Self-Esteem Project and an advocate for positive body image, gave a great TEDTalk late last year. In this talk, she explains to the audience something that most… Continue reading

UN Women Collaborates with Professional Sports Team for the First Time

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On May 26, 2015, the UN Women announced at the New York City headquarters that they are officially collaborating with the Valencia Club de Futbol in order to engage men and boys in… Continue reading

It’s a (Wo)man’s World Music Artist Feature: Anna Lunoe

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Each month, I will feature a talented female music artist who is not very well-known in the music industry. Although we have women like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Taylor Swift dominating the Top 40… Continue reading

U.S. National Women’s Soccer Team: World Champions, Second-Class Citizens

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The numbers are in, and the U.S.’s victorious match against Japan in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final was one of the most watched sports event of the year, attracting more viewers stateside… Continue reading

5 Savory Cocktails for Your Next Summer Networking Event

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When summer is in session, even our networking events blossom and bend to enjoy the gorgeous weather. As we hand out our business cards, meet new people, and mentally decide whom we’re going… Continue reading

GF GIRL NEXT DOOR: Quinoa and Almond Flour Blueberry Donuts

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People say to me all the time “I’ve been thinking about going gluten free, but I’m not sure where to start.” Well, when you first start eating gluten free, you will hear the word… Continue reading

The Top 5 Types of Startup Job Interviews

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Hiring looks different at every company. But, whereas large corporates and scaleups with established human resources and recruiting departments are likely to have processes built out to support candidate pipelines and hiring processes,… Continue reading

Striking the Right Balance: From Manager to CEO

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“You’re a great manager. Now act like a CEO.” My intern said this to me during a one-on-one professional development meeting, trying to assuage my concern that I wasn’t the “best” manager. Founders and… Continue reading

Summer Hair Styles… From Work to Play

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Summer is finally here and there are so many things to look forward to. For the working woman, it is a time to explore everything going on now that you are not rushing… Continue reading