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  • Pivotal Woman – Tamara Franklin, Vice-President, Media Entertainment and Industry Solutions – North America – IBM

    A native of New Jersey, Tamara Franklin served as Vice President and Chief Digital Officer for North American through 2018 and was recently named Vice President, Media & Entertainment, Industry Solutions. Prior to that she was Executive Vice President of Digital at Scripps Networks Interactive (HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel) where she oversaw the company’s Read More »

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  • Pivotal Woman – Tonya Cornileus – Vice-President, Development, Inclusion and Wellness – ESPN

    Tonya Cornileus is the vice president, development, inclusion and wellness at ESPN where she serves as an integral member of the Human Resources senior leadership team and regularly acts as an advisor to other senior management at ESPN. Dr. Cornileus is responsible for learning and organization development, talent management, diversity & inclusion, and wellness. Dr. Read More »

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  • Good Beaute

    Kimberly Hairston-Hicks, a former C-suite beauty executive, spent the last 20 years building brands, inspiring teams, driving innovation and being a champion for women. During her tenure at DRM-JPC Brands an (L.Catterton Partners Company), she spearheaded a portfolio of iconic brands and led the ‘Undo the Hurt‘ brand movement; a provocative conversation to help empower Read More »

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  • Work Your Purpose: Take Steps to Find Out What You are Really Here to Do

    Far too many people work in jobs they hate. The reasons they stay in uninspiring jobs vary. Some stay because the pay is steady. Others believe they won’t earn comparable money at another employer. Whether it’s proximity to a child’s school, an elderly parent, or a spouse’s job, remaining at an unfulfilling job becomes the Read More »

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  • I’m Glad I’m The Boss, Cause Y’all Crazy! – By Ray Abram

    We all know that the key to a highly functional company is a well-qualified staff. However, there are other factors to consider besides qualifications alone. There are reasons why the best performer in a department may not make the best manager. People skills are quite different than functional skills, we all know that intuitively, yet Read More »

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  • The Right to Bare Arms! – Stella J. Ringer

    The rights of women to bare their arms in the workplace should not be infringed upon! It’s the age-old question, is it appropriate for women to wear sleeveless dresses and/or blouses in a professional work setting? Many traditional, more conservative companies are taking lessons from start-ups in becoming more casual with their dress codes. To Read More »

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  • Top 5 Questions to Ask Employers to Determine Organizational Fit – Ericka Spradley

    CBS News published an article in March stating “of the country’s 100 million full-time jobs, 51 percent feel no connection to their jobs.” While pondering this stat, I questioned whether the 51 percent did their due diligence prior to accepting an offer. The best way to avoid taking a job you could potentially hate is Read More »