Yesterday I gave birth for the second time.
Those who know me well have heard about (and some have witnessed episodes of) my 25-year battle with panic attacks.
The full attack I endured, a mere three months ago, brought…
I was determined and, frankly, a little scared. A colleague had challenged me to not only unplug for two full days, but to do NO WORK AT ALL for those days.
I don’t consider myself a work-a-holic, but I do…
A great way to navigate congested city streets
Interacting with a city by bike is an optimal way to take in a landscape at eye level. A two-wheeled velocity keeps pace with urban streets and yet you move slow enough…
Observation #1: In her book Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg references an incident in her life- where a male colleague cut her off during a meeting. Her boss came to the rescue by suggesting that Ms Sandberg hadn’t finished…
A baby step for tho little girl is HUGE, and it’s very difficult. As we take more baby steps, they become easier.
At the high-energy launch of the Women’s Advancement Compact, I challenged each guest to commit to taking one…
High Energy Networking, Thought Provoking Conversation, and Great Food & Wine – oh my.
Standing room only at the Women’s Advancement Compact kick-off event 5-9-13
An energized crowd overfilled the room at Alston & Bird on Thursday, May 9th to…
At thePrinceton Club on April 10, 2013
Hearing Dr. Anne Marie Slaughter and Andrew Romano speak about work/life balance at the Princeton Club left me energized, hopeful, and armed with an action plan.
When Dr. Slaughter analogized this paradigm shift…