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Posts Tagged ‘Women’s Campaign School at Yale’

Happy Valentine’s Day

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

6stepsgenderparityvalentineshowValentine’s Day: admittedly, never my favorite holiday. How mass beheadings led to a day full of hearts, flowers and chocolate is beyond me.

Maybe love really is a battlefield.

Anyway, my valentine to the universe this year is a little different. It’s in podcast form, sparked by a post I wrote over at LinkedIn a few weeks ago during the women’s march.

I can’t think of a better gift to get all of us this year: a little more peace and equity.  A little less bloodshed & battlefields.

Have a great holiday!

On Rocking Your Closet

Monday, July 15th, 2013

I don’t know about you, but I don’t usually feel like a rock star…when I walk into my closet.

If you do, look away.

But, if you’re like me, read on about my two part interview with Scarlett De Bease of Scarlett Image over at Shetaxi.  Part one and part two are both posted.

Enjoy!

6 Minutes

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

I know what you’re thinking, my fab 13:

Where have you been?

Well, I now LITERALLY have 6 minutes remaining to tell you – I’ve been at the Women’s Campaign School at Yale all week!  They LITERALLY have us in class from 8 in the morning until 6 ish at night – and after that we have homework.  (They’re tougher than me as a prof!)

But – I PROMISE that once this amazing experience is over, I will be back to share some of the hi-lights I learned with you, along with a big push for YOU if your she-fabulous and reading this and pondering office one day, to go for it yourself and apply!  It really is an awesome program, and while I’m exhausted, I’ve literally been drinking from a firehose of knowledge this week that they never, ever taught me in school the 4 times I went!

I’m down to 3 minutes.  I’m off to try and help my team build a campaign plan, which is kind of like a business plan, with a much bigger budget and a LOT of work.  Here’s hoping our presentation goes swimmingly well tomorrow – and I promise – hold tight, I’ll be back soon!