Monthly Archive: December, 2016

WiLab Loves: U.S. Ebola Patients Safely Discharged And Reunited With Families Thanks To Healthcare Innovation

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The Ebola outbreak stemming from West Africa has had the whole world nervous — understandably so, because the disease has a high mortality rate and, up until now, was considered to have no foreseeable… Continue reading

Notes on the Renaissance of Women

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This storm of endless thoughts and ceaseless pounding of my heart has left me craving a pen, a computer, something all morning. Something to let me release this craze of emotion that has… Continue reading

#WomenDoingWell: Homelessfonts finds art in pleas for help

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“Looking for a warm heart, and a warm meal.” “War veteran, please help.”  We typically shuffle past these messages, trying not to make eye contact. A worn piece of cardboard with Sharpie script… Continue reading

P.I.N.K. & Perfect

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I was thrilled to learn today that I’m paying it forward in ways I never imagined. Being enthusiastically acknowledged by my own stoic, unflappable oncologist was just icing on the cake. But, wait,… Continue reading

Well-being: a habitually dissatisfied tradition?

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As we make our way towards another year end, we are presented with an idyllic time for reflection, correction, and jubilation. As we reflect on the triumphs and tribulations, successes and failures, and… Continue reading

Meet The Women Challenging The Media And Tech Establishments

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Female journalists are launching their own media ventures that could rewrite how the industry produces and funds content. Not many journalists would leave a high-profile job at one of America’s most storied newspapers… Continue reading

Tired of Traditional Networking? 4 Networking-Disruptor Communities for Millennial Women

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Networking can be a love-hate relationship. Sometimes my level of motivation to attend a networking event is similar to laundry day, part of my weekly checklist of obligatory household chores. Whether your job… Continue reading

The Guide to Parenting Perfection

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  Having children is a wonderful, beautiful thing.  We are blessed with these interesting, complicated, loving little humans and are lucky enough to have been chosen to raise them.  Every day is an… Continue reading

Kristen Ingersoll: Fashion & Entertainment Director At Hearst Corporation

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I sat down with Kristen Ingersoll for lunch at Brasserie Cognac in New York City during New York Fashion Week to learn more about her career path and her advice for young women… Continue reading

Meet My Friend, Anxiety

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I have an unwelcome friend. It is a silent demon that only I can feel. Sometimes it falls asleep and I can feel my soul taking a deep breath. No matter how long… Continue reading