“We do so much more damage trying not to feel what we feel than if we would just feel it.” -Jennifer VanOrman Her Story of Success… Jennifer VanOrman recognizes that the holidays can be a difficult time for many women when it comes to mental health and family relationships. As a licensed marriage and family […]
We are all working from the safety of our homes these days and as a result many of our powerful engagements are now happening online. While we are physically distancing, virtually we are not. Online conferences give us access to the best experts, industry leaders, and other potential assets to our network. It is important to still be creative and strategic in building relationships from these virtual event opportunities.
As many White Americans look for new ways to learn about systemic racism and act as an ally for their Black friends and co-workers, Juneteenth represents a unique and important opportunity to understand the legacy of slavery in the U.S. and also celebrate Black culture.
“My life just opened up. I went from black-and-white to color.” – Laura Lea Goldberg
Success can be defined in many ways. Our conversations with trailblazers, entrepreneurs, artists and business leaders explore how diverse women have paved their own way forward. Many have launched profitable companies; others have walked away from successful careers to pursue their dreams in other fields.