Tag Archive: Leaders

Liam Neeson Isn’t The Only One Fighting Human Trafficking Anymore

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING. A term not thrown around frequently in the day to day conversation. Isn’t human trafficking what happened to those girls in the movie Taken? Like, what happens in third world countries? Right? WRONG. Human… Continue reading

One Stiletto at a Time

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Apparently I have been wrong my entire life. I felt my cheeks start to blush when Anna Wintour, the Editor in Chief of the American Vogue, stated that no outfit should be head-to-toe… Continue reading

Together We Stand: How Do You Complete, Not Compete?

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Whether you are a male or female, most of us wish we could own our own business or be the CEO of a large company. For some, this dream comes true and for… Continue reading

Run, Throw, Fight #LikeAGirl

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More and more brand advertisers have been taking a stand for women. They may not have been the first to do it but Always is the latest brand driving conversation around female empowerment… Continue reading

Why I’m Done Being A ‘Nice Girl’

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I do not plan to be a nice person this year. I’ve made a lot of friends by being friendly and uncontroversial toward everyone I meet — in short, by being nice. For… Continue reading

Do you want to be a Boss or a Leader?

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I often hear people brag that they are “A Boss,” but the big misconception is that this is not synonymous with being a Leader. A leader inspires, empowers, motivates, and engages. When there… 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

Women in Boston Pick Up Their Boxing Gloves to Fight for Opportunity

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Whenever you mix the perseverance of athletes and the ambition of philanthropists together, you are sure to end up with amazing results. On January 22, 2015, ambitious women from Boston’s tech scene came together for a… Continue reading

Why The Time Is Now For Millennials in Boston

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Applications for the 2015 ONEin3 Council are open to all Bostonians between the ages of 20-34 until Friday, January 23rd. Apply here now to become a part of their movement! Most people start book… Continue reading

Think you need an MBA to start a company? Not anymore.

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The Wall Street Journal recently published an article on entrepreneurs looking to alternatives to MBA programs as their primary method of education while they get their businesses off the ground. It seems that… Continue reading