Join our speakers as we discuss how to ensure emotional, physical and mental self-care as we embark on the new normal for professional and home life. Continue reading The Mental, Emotional, and Physical Comeback for Women in Business
Transitioning from military life back into civilian life is a challenge for any veteran. While there are many different approaches in choosing a career, one U.S. Navy Veteran decided that she would approach her career choice by following her passions. Continue reading Meet Brittney Nicole: Navy Veteran Turned Fashion Entrepreneur
By Le Anne Harper
Study after study confirms that the gender wage gap in this country persists. According to PayScale, women earned 79 cents for every dollar earned by men in 2019 (“The State of the Gender Pay Gap,” 2020). Decades earlier, The New York Times reported that in 1980 women earned 70 cents for every dollar earned by men (“Women’s Roles vs. Social Norms,” 1986). Continue reading Negotiate Like a Pro
From a city’s youngest elected mayor to a country’s first billionaire, these Asian women don’t see obstacles—only opportunities Continue reading Shattering the Status Quo
By Pamela Prince-Eason, President and CEO of WBENC
“Does this spark joy?” That is the question pre-eminent de-clutterer, author, Netflix star, and the latest cover feature of Professional Woman’s Magazine, Marie Kondo, recommends you ask while determining which possessions in your home to keep and what to give away. Continue reading 3 Ways to Spark Business
By Tammy Cohen, SHRM-CP: Founder & Chief Visionary Officer, InfoMart
I’ve heard many of my entrepreneurial peers say there’s no opportunity for innovation in their industry, and I want to shed some light on ways to identity those opportunities. Continue reading Pioneer, Settle, or Get Out of the Way
Tanya Acker, judge on CBS’s popular court show Hot Bench, and Indian American actress Emily Shah, starring in the Indian film, Jungle Cry, each bring a strong feminine perspective to their individual roles—both on screen and in their passion projects; Acker with the Boy Scouts of America and Shaw with UNICEF, both among others. Continue reading Acker & Shah: Making Their Mark on Screen
By Kim Churches
When I was starting out in the working world, I benefited from fabulous mentors who helped me grow. I played the role of an anthropologist, carefully observing the actions and qualities that made leaders successful. Continue reading How to Find Your Dream Mentor
When the United States joined World War II in the 1940s, women stepped up and went to work as many of the men had been drafted to the battlefield. Continue reading Is this Pandemic Changing Gender Roles?
Carrie Murray aims to lift and support women in the workplace through the Business Relationship Alliance (BRA for short).
Carrie, who is also an educator, former founder and principal of a twice-gifted school in Los Angeles, worked her way up from a job in social work to helping children excel all the way to the top. She is also a Navy brat who keeps her family roots—which is a building block for her success— close to her. Continue reading 5 Minutes with Carrie Murray, Founder of Business Relationship Alliance