Reflections from the United State of Women Summit

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My topic for June is dedicated to sharing a blog by Tracey Welson-Rossman following her trip to the “United State of Women Summit” that took place on June 14th 2016 in Washington DC. In this blog Tracey recommends that we continue to support each others work with words of encouragement, acts of kindness, and purposeful connections. […]

Sold Out! #WITSPHL

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#WITSPHL is the Women In Tech Summit – Philadelphia.  Today’s event was sold out months in advance! I had the honor of speaking again at the Women In Tech Summit, founded by the amazing Gloria Bell and Tracey Welson-Rossman. It is difficult to find the words for this blog to explain how amazing these women […]

My AARP Suggested Vacation: Chincoteague Island, Virginia

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Earlier this week I wrote about my experience using the AARP Travel app to research my family vacation. The app suggested Chincoteague Island in Virginia. The drive to the island took us nearly 4 hours, including a stop for lunch. We stayed at the Rodeway Inn located in the city center of Chincoteague Island. The […]

Persistence Pays Off

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Because I’m a first-time entrepreneur, I’m always interested in learning from other, more experienced entrepreneurs. I follow several blogs that provide great tips and lessons-learned, but two of my favorites are written by Amy Rees Anderson and Barbara Corcoran. Being CEO can be lonely, so I especially like reading posts from these two women because […]