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Why Your Company Should Hire More Mothers

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Katharine Zaleski is doing big things for working mothers in the tech field. As the President and Co-Founder of PowerToFly, a global platform that connects top female talent, primarily in tech, with remote and… Continue reading

Patricia Arquette Speaks Up for Women at the 87th Annual Academy Awards

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  Regardless of your income, regardless of your race, regardless of your gender; you have the freedom in America to voice your opinion. The 2015 Oscars were bland to say the least, that… Continue reading

Sheryl Sandberg and Speaking Up in the Workplace

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Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant have been authoring a four part series for the NY Times called Women at Work and it’s been eye opening to say the least. If you’re familiar with Sheryl,… Continue reading

5 Quick Ways to Use Motherhood to Your Advantage in Your Career Search!

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It is a challenging decision to determine how to best market yourself when attempting to revitalize your career, change jobs, or get back into the work force, and it can seem like a daunting task! When… Continue reading

MA Conference for Women: Why Hillary Clinton is the most influential woman of our time.

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After attending the MA Conference for Women in Boston last Thursday, December 4th, it took me some time to process what I had just experienced. In a sea of over 10,000 women, how… Continue reading

Putting yourself first. What we can learn from Power Mom Gisele Bundchen

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Why do we seem to continue to put each other down as mothers? Are we that insecure about our own approach that we need to find a weak spot elsewhere and pounce? What… Continue reading

It’s Time to #LeadOnLeave

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It’s time. We are living in the year of 2014 and it’s time that women and men in the United States have the opportunity to care for their newborn children and not worry about taking the… Continue reading