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Women and Politics

Today, I had the great pleasure of getting to meet and speak with  Governor Maggie Hassan from New Hampshire.  She told us about how she got into politics at the local level, and how it has propelled her to be … Continue reading

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Women and the Banning Bossy Campaign

This week (and it’s only Wednesday!) has been a study in contrasts.  On Monday, I attended Senator Chris Coons’ Opportunity Africa Summit, attending sessions on business opportunities in Africa for small and medium businesses, and a session on women and … Continue reading

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Pathways Into the Future

The turning of the calendar seems to give us permission to reinvent ourselves in some way, to have a clean start.  I look at it as not a way to discard the past, but as a chance to review, reflect, … Continue reading

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Women and New Media

For those of you who may be new here, I’ve been “embedded” in social media now for almost three years. Not as long as some, longer than others. I never saw myself as doing anything radical, or against the tide. … Continue reading

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Why I Think Hillary May Not Win, and How She Could

Let me preface this post by saying I think of myself as an average suburban mom. I am a democrat, which is unusual in the republican stronghold where I live. I have an ivy-league education, and my own podcast about … Continue reading

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