In this post, I address the assumptions presented in “Part I: Whether you like it or not — Here’s the truth about re-entering society in a post-COVID-19 world. A COVID-19 survivor’s perspective.
When we look at the current COVID-19 crisis and the actions that will be required to restart our society as we know it, we’ll necessarily have to consider the impact on both our civil liberties and civil rights.
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) seems to be everywhere we turn. I tested positive to COVID-19.
Here’s my story of having the virus and my experience becoming part of the herd.
The issue of the gender wage gap and equal pay came up at the Women’s Leadership Center‘s Connect, Learn, & Thrive Professional Women’s Event held March 7 in New York. There, I served as a panelist and felt compelled to share my opinion. My answer when someone suggests she is not being paid fairly is to advocate for yourself, now.
Whether you have been in the workforce for one, two or 10 years, how will you make a difference along the way to helping the magic middle managers reach their career dreams? As a young woman who spent 10 years at Hewlett Packard beginning in 1985 I learned much along the way. When I became an entrepreneur in 1999, I wanted to build a company that empowered people to drive their personal career goals in a team environment while making a difference in the world.