“La Vie En Rose” is a story inspired by manifestations. It is a fictionalized account of a life that many young girls dream of, but most importantly it is a reminder that dreams can and will become our realities ... no matter what obstacles stand before them.
I was blown away by the scope of responsibility that the team managed, and realized that lots of different people might be good fits for different aspects of marketing. Read More
After completing four internships in four cities, here’s what I wish I knew before beginning any of them. Read More
The ambiguous “productivity” we are all striving towards can seem daunting, but simply adjusting your lifestyle to be conscious of the work you want to do can make all the difference. Read More
Whether trying to leave college with some savings or as close to debt free as possible, we could all use a little help cutting down the college costs. Read More
No work experience? No problem. You can boost your resume by showing you’re building your skillset and taking initiative in non-traditional ways! Read More
Stories like this remind me that I want to pursue my dream career with all of my heart.
Subtle adjustments to the way we think about our careers as women can have a huge impact on the way we carry ourselves
8 ways to make this vaguely defined dress code work for your style
Young women in traditionally masculine professions answer questions from an English major.
It’s important that we all have the tools to fight for our rights, and I think a clear understanding of the wage gap is a good place to start. Read More
The level of difference in the way boys and girls are treated when they are young is mind blowing, and many of these differences lead to the ways kids start forming preferences that inevitably inform their career choices later on.
How Traveling to Amsterdam Taught Me About Different Kinds of Relationships. Read More
1. Being happy and sad at the same time as if that’s completely normal. Read More
I had the opportunity to experience the Sugar and Spice pop-up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn myself and stuck around- after many pictures and Instagram stories of the space- to chat with founders Maira and Renata about their journey launching Sugar and Spice. Read More
Reports offered that 51 percent of the wage gap narrowed in 2018. Despite these numbers, researchers still project that factors such as political empowerment, educational attainment, and health are growing at a backwards rate, stifling the wage gap and causing women to fall short to their male counterparts. Read More
According to The Columbus Dispatch, the city’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion reported increases in the city’s investment in women-run businesses. As of 2017, the city saw the highest rate of contracted companies with women as their heads in recent history. The department is said to be working closely with local businesses to focus on implementing diversity training, but some groups are questioning how much change these tactics are bringing about. Read More
Women in law firms are reporting that a grey line exists with sexual assault committed by clients seeking counsel from law companies. Many women working at these firms note that they are too afraid to report any inappropriate behavior committed by clients because they fear their claims will be overlooked. Read More