I’m excited to announce that I am one of 16 people selected to be a part of the 2019 CES Media Trailblazer inaugural class. Get the scoop!
The Ousting of Bill O’Reilly Is a Win for Professional Women
There is no place at work for sexual harassment. The ousting of Bill O’Reilly serves as a notice that money and power still can’t cover up ugliness.
The Rachel Dolezal Effect and the Truth About Lying on a Job Application
Rachel Dolezal is making headlines for allegedly lying about her race. But from a career aspect, her story is one of what not to do in terms of your career.
My Thoughts on the Barbie Entrepreneur Career of the Year Doll
Another day, another public outrcy. This time, in regards to Mattel’s Barbie Entrepreneur doll, that has left some upset. Here’s my take if you care.
Work Life Management: France Gets It. When Will We?
With the recent news in France regarding their no-email/no work calls after 6pm policy, when will we too adopt a Work Life Management lifestyle? Let’s chat.
In Our Quest to Validate Working Moms, Are We Alienating Working Dads?
The media has a fascination with the plight of working moms, and in doing so, leaves out an important part of the conversation–working dads. Is this fair?
The Lean In Debate: Why Women Can’t Have It All, So Says The Media
For the last three weeks or so, the media has been in a tizzy about two recent news items regarding women in powerful positions in some pretty huge new media companies. The first being Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, who released a memo to employees stating that she would be banning work at home or telecommuting starting later this year.
Just Say No to the Mommy Wars
Mommy Wars: (term) a divisive tactic that is used by the media and pundits to push a particular agenda where moms are concerned. By putting moms against each other, it not only creates polarization, but sells magazines, antagonizes political sides, promotes page views, and takes away from the real matters at hand.
Behind the Scenes at the Glam Video Shoot in Los Angeles
As many of you already know, I was in Los Angeles last week to shoot a video ad for Subaru’s First Car Story campaign via my media partner, Glam Media. It was the first time that I have been tapped for such an opportunity, so I was anxious, excited, and nervous.
Review: ‘What’s Wrong With Me’? A Lesson Book For Our Girls by Daree Allen
Check out my review of Daree Allen’s new book, What’s Wrong with Me?, a girl’s book of lessons learned, inspiration, and advice. It’s a book that helps our girls with self esteem, empowerment while sharing tools for conquering life’s issues that are often ignored and seldom discussed in an open forum.
Check Out Think Positive! Magazine: Positive Media on a New Level
As a Black professional for many years, I have felt a void of positive and enlightening publications geared towards this important group. Magazines like Black Enterprise have been mainstays in the segment population but focuses more on business than on lifestyle and personal goals.
Kourtney Kardashian is Pregnant Again: And You Care
Yesterday, Kourtney announced that she is nine weeks pregnant with her second child and will be giving birth next year. Kourt is once again having a baby with on-and-off boyfriend Scott Disick, whom is also the father of Kourtney’s two year old son Mason.