When Hollywood makes movies featuring female soldiers and sailors, those characters typically have some improbable combination of strength, intelligence, grace and courage. Throw in a quirky backstory – She studied theatre! She plays clarinet! – and you have the makings of a perfect, albeit unrealistic, female military action hero. Continue reading Explosive: Former Theater Major, Now Navy Bomb Squad Leader, Is Real-Life Action Hero
The Association of ERGs & Councils (a practice group of PRISM International, Inc.) released their annual list of the Top 25 US Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), Business Resource Groups (BRGs) and Diversity Councils set to receive the tenth annual 2019 ERG & Council Honors Award™ at an award ceremony during the 2019 ERG & Council Conference in Orlando May 3rd.
Continue reading Top Organizations to Receive Diversity and Inclusion Honors Award At Annual Conference
Corporate culture may be the key to happiness at work. You can have an exceptional job offer, but if the culture is not a match, it could be problematic. Continue reading Have a Job Offer? Consider these 5 things before saying yes
By Mackenna Cummings
Joanna Gaines is proof that finding the balance between nurturing a healthy, loving family and maintaining a powerful career is not only possible, but well worth it. Continue reading Joanna Gaines: Achieving a Work-Life Balance
Every year on March 8th, women around the world come together to celebrate women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements. International Women’s Day is an opportunity to stand in solidarity with all those fearless women standing up for gender equality and spotlight those who often pass unnoticed. Continue reading Celebrating International Women’s Day
According to Wines Vines Analytics, $71 billion worth of wine was purchased in the U.S. in the last year. Clearly, people love to drink wine, including at parties and spring soirées. Continue reading Tips for Choosing the Perfect Wine for Your Party or Spring Soirée
By Liz Fosslien and Mollie West-Duffy
A female friend—we’ll call her Fran—recently called Mollie in a panic. “I’m worried I crossed a boundary at work,” she said.
Continue reading Your Foolproof Guide to Hugging at Work (Because it Can Get Awkward)
PBS SoCal recently announced the premiere of “Freedom Writers: Stories from the Heart,” a documentary that follows a Southern Calif. teacher’s journey to change the lives of her students, transforming their literacy skills through hands-on, active learning.
Continue reading Long Beach Teacher Changes Lives in New Documentary “Freedom Writers: Stories from the Heart” Airs Mar. 28 on PBS SoCal
In the village of Obcha, located in western Georgia, there’s seven acres of land where indigenous grapes grow without pesticides or fertilizers. The juice ferments inside traditional clay pots buried into the ground, called qvervi. Little is added over the next several months as the juice transforms into wine.