Monthly Archives: March 2013

Choosing To Thrive: My Own Journey

After reading Joanne Wilson’s post on Gotham Gal about every woman choosing her own path, it prompted me to look back on my own meandering journey that led up to where I am today Continue reading

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Women in Tech: We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Icons

The one consistent thread is that while women may present a single front on the us-versus-them challenge of combating sexism in the professional world, we fiercely resist being defined by other women. Continue reading

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Finding Strength: One Woman, One Family, One Event at a Time

This is my Great-Grandma Zelma Carder’s grand piano. It sits in my living room, not only as a beautiful piece of workmanship and antiquity, but also a daily reminder of the bar that is set before me because of her … Continue reading

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