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#8 Power Plays for Women: Be a Front Porch Lady-A Celebration of #IWD International Women’s Day

March 8, 2011 by


A dignified, beautiful, African American woman stood at the podium during the Wake Forest Women's Weekend. All eyes were on Esther Silver-Parker, one of the most senior former executives at Wal-Mart and now president of the Silver-Parker Group. Would she talk about women's advancement to the C-suite? Would she share her secrets to success? That, she did. And one of them was not at all what we expected.

#7 Power Plays for Women: Value Yourself

January 26, 2011 by


In this post I am going to show you how a stay at home mom contributes a near six-figure of value to a household. Do you know YOUR value?

#2 Top 10 Power Plays for Women: BALANCE

November 20, 2010 by


Why do we fight so hard for balance? Well, first of all, women who are balanced have higher perceptions of success (Source: Hot Mommas Project national survey). But these women may have something that you don’t. This post is going to share some of their secrets for you

Sisterhood University: Women Leaders Give #sisUdc an “A” – 10.10.10 Results Released

October 10, 2010 by


Sisterhood University’s goal was to bring together, educate, and connect women leaders in the community....The Punchline: We did it, or rather, THEY did it.

Toolkit for Women’s Success: Working Smart (aka Will Women Take Over the World While Men are in the Bathroom?)

July 23, 2010 by


If you guys don't watch out, I seriously think we women could take over the world while you are in the bathroom.

Toolkit for Women’s Success #2: Finding Your Passion (aka Getting Your Groove Back)

July 6, 2010 by


My first song (lyrics), dedicated to all women trying to get their groove back, and to all of us hoping the girls and women in our lives find their way.

Tookit for Women’s Success: Finding Your Passion (aka Getting Your Groove Back)

June 30, 2010 by


Here is a simple three-step process for those of you who may have lost yourself, are finding yourself, or anything in between.