Three things happened to me recently. I attended the 8th Annual Women’s Luncheon hosted by Kathleen Rice, the United States Representative for New York’s 4th congressional district, secondly, in route to Las Vegas, I watched the movie The Post, a film about Katharine Graham, publisher of the Washington Post, who found herself, following the death … Continue reading
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I woke up on November 9th exhausted. As a woman, person of color and strong believer of a diverse and inclusionary America I was frightened. As much as I tried, I could not separate my conscious mind from the past 16 months of divisiveness, hate mongering, poised, unhinged, presidential, non-presidential, fact checking, who do you … Continue reading
Strut Your Mutt and Other Interesting Ways to Spend a Saturday Morning
When my son asked me if I wanted to run in another 1 mile race, my inner voice started screaming “you’ve got to be kidding!” The 1 mile run I participated in the Saturday of Labor Day Weekend was enough for me. I felt extremely lucky that my knees did not fail me, my … Continue reading
Day 15: We Did It!
For the past three years I was the Educational Chair for a trade organization. This was an assignment I never really wanted but felt obligated to take. Most of the board members were either my direct customers or were customers of my colleagues so as a result I was in a precarious position. Being a … Continue reading