Successful Women: Felecia Pullen

Interview by Allison Chawla   I think some of the most important stories to tell, are the stories of survivors. I met Felecia Pullen years ago when she came to speak in one of my classes while I was getting my Clinical Masters in Social Work. Felecia stood in front of me and my former classmates and told us of…

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Jacqui on Voyage: Fitness

By Jaqui Gray This blog will seamlessly follow on from my last blog “Jacqui on Voyage: Edinburgh”. It will go straight into fitness vacations – it’s all about balance my friends. Over the last few years, I set aside three to eight weeks a year to go be super healthy.  Yes, ideally I should be super healthy all the time,…

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Magical Tools for Up-leveling Your Business

By Liv Dzumaga    A career is a form of utmost self-expression. When we are aligned with our highest purpose and take definite action to create an impact on the world, we thrive. Majority of the time, we feel guided like vessels for Divine knowledge, acting with integrity and certainty. However, what happens when our careers become stagnant and are…

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Successful Women: Introduction

By Allison Chawla I looked around one day while having a glass of wine with friends and realized that I was surrounded by some of the most incredible and inspiring women. I was friends, colleagues, or acquaintances with each and every one of them. This tribe of women managed to succeed in their respective careers, create their own businesses and…

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Lessons Learned from the Ford-Kavanaugh Hearing

  By Joanna Fanuko   Heightened tension and visceral emotions brought back vivid flashbacks of my personal experience with sexual assault. I am not alone in finding that the Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh hearing stirs up angels and demons inside. Regardless of party-line divisions, anyone who watched the testimonies of both Dr. Blasey Ford and Judge Kavanaugh can find a…

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Traveling Alone as a Female

By B. Chase Wall This summer, I took a trip on my own. Prior to traveling, I was terrified and almost backed out multiple times. I had never traveled on my own before and was nervous that I would completely fail at it or put myself in danger.  Here I am though; I made it through my trip alone and…

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Perks of a Social Media Pause

By Raphaella Brice I’ve been connected to the digital world ever since I got my first cellphone at age 15. Although I didn’t have the luxury of owning the latest Razr phone like the rest of my classmates in 6th grade, I’ve had the opportunity to own many different Apple products (minus the time I got pick-pocketed in Spain and…

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