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Impact: I’m Still Standing: A snapshot of Praises from Executives & Sponsors at Career Masted Diversity Summit

When sponsors from Mercedes-Benz USA, Walgreens, Ally Financial, JP Morgan Chase & Co., The Hartford, Fifth Third Bank, Amazon, Henry Ford Health, Food Lion, Lowe’s Companies, Corewell Health, KeepWOL, Volkswagen, and other executives and participants start sharing positive testimonials before the conference concludes — and there’s a write-up about its impact in Forbes — you […]

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The Secret to Digestive Health

BY: Jody Trierweiler Does the state of the world have your stomach in knots lately? Has your exercise and nutrition plan suffered? Many people have gained weight in 2020 and there are multiple contributing factors. The digestive system is very susceptible to stress and the resulting symptoms are not fun. Digestive issues result from many

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Boss-Up! Your 2021 Career Guide

BY: Evelyn Summerville One of the most liberating truths I embraced in life is my career. I own it. Therefore, I chart the course to determine its direction and accept responsibility for getting ahead. Armed with this truth, I realized that as important as a job is grasping the bigger picture of my career held

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Shattering Limits!

BY: TISHA L HAMMOND Dr.Lisa J. Lindsay Wicker has been carrying a weight since 2011. Seeing women race to the top of a career ladder, successfully doing more work with smaller teams, working long hours with no obvious comparator in view, and still not being handed the keys to the C-suite all wore heavy on

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Game Changer Girls Are Virtually Everywhere

BY: TISHA L HAMMOND When you calculate the immediate increase in social capital, and access to new business and professional opportunities in women-led circles, you, my dear, have influenced your own personal economy. Gaining an entourage to elevate the conversation around women, to celebrate wins, to express ideas, and to encourage collaboration and kudos is

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Leading with Power & Worth: Janice Dupre Little

BY: RAQUELLE “ROCKI” HARRIS Female economic power is on track to outpace the economy of some of the biggest nations in the next five years, according to research findings in the Global Mega Trends to 2030 report. In addition, the report predicts an additional 100 million women will join the global labor force by 2030.

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The Golden Years: Staying Mentally and Physically Fit During Retirement

 By: Glen E. Wright, II For working people, retirement is the final stretch, the milestone that signifies a time to relax and reap the benefits of decades of hard work. Though retirement is indeed a time to relax, having a successful retirement takes planning and dedication, both before and during your golden years. In order

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7 Must-Have’s For Iconic Business Women

By: Evelyn Summerville I ’ll always remember the first two women I knew personally and recognized as iconic. They were smart and sassy. Confident and caring. Accomplished and authentic. They reached career heights unimaginable for many women 20 years ago. Remarkable in their own rights, these iconic businesswomen broke the mold and gave us hope

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4 Keys To Becoming A CEO

BY: Center For Creative Leadership An impressive track record is not enough to prepare you for being a CEO. It’s necessary, but not enough. The CEO job is fundamentally different from any other senior leadership role. Until you’ve lived it, you can’t fully know what it’s like. But there are steps you can take to

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Skin Care and Seasonal Changes: Get to Know Your Skin!

By: Rechelle Andrews Have you ever looked in the mirror and said, “Wow! My skin looks amazing!” On another day, you may have said, “What in the world is going on?” You try to take care of your skin and you follow a regimen. But you just don’t understand why your skin seems to be

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Hidden Gems During The Pandemic

By: Evelyn Summerville The 2016 film, Hidden Figures, illuminated the works of three significant women in American history. Just a few of the many intelligent and exemplary women who worked both humbly and courageously in fields dominated by men during the 1960s and beyond. The truth of their contributions to NASA during the historic space

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Commanding Power In Business

By: Nicole Hudson Let’s try and answer those age-old questions. How do women command their power in business, and how does it differ from the way men in similar jobs command their power? We asked two women in leadership roles about their methods, experiences, and learning. A few common themes emerged, including the importance of

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Mission Impossible: Tori Miller Become the FIRST Woman General Manager in the NBA G League

BY: Marci Bryant From Katherine Johnson to Mae Jemison, we are constantly inspired by African American women who make history by breaking through professional barriers in male-dominated industries. Georgia native Tori Miller has joined the ranks of these outstanding women as the first female General Manager in the G-League, the NBA’s official minor basketball organization,

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7 Things Most Successful Women Have In Common

BY: Dr. Sabrina Jackson As businesswomen, being successful is the name of the game. We go into business for various reasons: to sell a product, fill a gap, provide a service, or teach others valuable information. Whatever the reason the business or career is embarked upon, we all want one thing: We each desire to

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Movers & Shakers

Role models inspire and encourage. Knowing women’s achievements helps other women and girls know what is possible. “Her story” is a catalyst that sparks our desire to contribute in some way. Career Mastered Magazine salutes women who are in the arena mastering their work and those who have learned the necessary steps to move ahead

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Kick Some Glass!

11 Ways Women Succeed at Work on Their Own Terms BY: Linda Anger It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that the best-selling books about business success in the last century have been written by men, primarily for men. Fortunately, as more women step into senior leadership roles around the globe, that trend is changing.

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Global Women in STEM: Serese Selanders

This Lady is Saving Lives in an ALARMING FASHION BY: Tisha L. Hammond “There are tough, dark days. This feedback helps me realized why I’ve been put on this Earth and that I’ve done something incredible.” Like the national anthem of her beloved Canada, Serese Selanders stands on guard for thee. Meet the disrupter merging

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8 Holiday Gifts for Her!

BY: Joan T. Randall This holiday season is by far a favorite for many! Something about Christmas carols, decorations, gingerbread houses and eggnog gives that warm, fuzzy feeling. It takes us back to our childhood and the days of staying up all night on Christmas Eve, itching to open gifts. Then, when the day arrived,

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Women’s Leadership

University of North Carolina at Charlotte Women’s Leadership Development Program – Sets the Foundation for Success By Racquelle Harris Photography by Tony Rushing Makeup by Monique Simone The outcome of this year’s midterm elections reflects what we’ve known for a while: women create and command several seats at the table. We are crushing barriers in order

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Dancing & Authenticity

Career Mastered talks Dancing & Authenticity with its Founder/Publisher Dr. Lisa Lindsay Wicker BY: Tiffany Courtney Photography by Cherie Jzer Google Dr. Lisa Lindsay Wicker. The page will unfurl in a flurry of terms and titles that read like SEO career gold: award-winning author, internationally recognized thought leader, career strategist, founder and entrepreneur. The words

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She Leads By Example

She Doesn’t Look Like What She’s Been Through BY: Eugenia M. Orr, Ed.D More than anything, Dorinda Walker wants everyone she speaks to, everyone she meets, to know that they are enough. This award-winning marketing executive, community advocate, empowerment speaker and change agent uses her story of being an at-risk youth with mental illness to

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Janice Little: Lowe’s Chief Diversity Officer

Creates a Workplace Where Everyone Can “THRIVE” BY: Linda Anger A diverse workforce comprised of people from a wide array of cultures, viewpoints and backgrounds is not just “nice to have.” It’s essential. Janice Little, Lowe’s Chief Diversity Officer, is on a mission to make diversity and inclusion an essential business priority. Little was named Lowe’s

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Career Mastered’s I AM HER CAMPUS TOURS

BY: Evelyn Summerville You might know the old sales adage that says, “People do business with people they know, like and trust.” Have you considered how this impacts your employee recruitment strategy, especially with the millennial and post-millennial generations? Having a strong employer brand may no longer be sufficient enough to attract top candidates and

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Madeline Kidd: Internships Strengthen Career Paths

BY: Hadley Roy Internships provide a valuable step in launching a strong, vibrant career path. They provide experience alongside education, allowing students to explore various industries before they make a final decision about what they’d like to do after graduation. Career Mastered spoke with Madeline Kidd, a 23-year-old studying Entertainment Arts and Digital Filmmaking at

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Movers & Shakers

Women Leading Today’s Global Companies Role models inspire and encourage. Knowing women’s achievements helps women and girls to know what is possible. “Her story” is a catalyst that sparks our desire to contribute in some way. Career Mastered Magazine salutes women history makers who have mastered their work and have learned the necessary steps to

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Holiday Eating Habits

How to Make it Through the Holidays without Gaining Weight BY : Jody Trierwiller There’s a reason that most people make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight. We tend to overindulge and gain holiday weight starting in October. And, on average, it takes people five months to lose the weight! Not everyone gains weight,

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Sahle-Work Zewde

Becomes Ethiopia’s First Female President A Woman of Strength raises hope among women’s rights groups for more gender equality in Ethiopia. The 68-year-old was unanimously approved by the Ethiopian parliament to replace Mulatu Teshome, who resigned unexpectedly. Ms. Sahle-Work is an experienced diplomat, who has now become Africa’s only female head of state. Her election

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Holiday Skin Care & Glamour Tips

BY: Rechelle Andrews Ladies, is your skin ready for the winter? As the weather changes, so may your skincare routine. As we move into the holiday season, the colder temperatures typically dry out skin. Therefore, it is important to have a skin care routine that includes the following: Cleanser – Consider cleansing oils or non- foaming

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Being Seen and Heard

5 Tips to Help Women Navigate Being the Only Female Leader BY: Amber Cabral While women currently make up 47 percent of the workforce, an even smaller amount actually hold leadership positions. As a result, there are still occasions where she may be the only woman in the room. Being the only woman in the

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Member Spotlight: ITC Holding Corporation

Career Mastered Corporate Excellence in Diversity Program BY: Evelyn Summerville Founded in 2003, Michigan-based ITC Holding Corp. (ITC) is the largest independent electricity transmission company in the United States. The firm is renowned for its commitment to diversity, operational excellence and environmental stewardship. Its mantra, “Doing the Right Thing,” is the center of all decisions

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Power Play with Lisa J. Wicker, PhD

Believe in Yourself: You are a unique, confident and interesting person! A Winner! The great Muhammad Ali was a master at building himself up. Before a fight, he would announce to the world: “The bear will fall in five!” He proclaimed it, over and over. And, sure enough, the bear would fall exactly as Ali

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Career Mastered Top 50 Companies for Women

Our “Top 50” Companies for women come from extensive research on women in the board room, the overall percentage of female employees, female managers and executives, and results relating to the commitment and actions that a company is taking to make women’s advancement a part of the overall company culture. “Behind every successful man is

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Insider Secrets to Climb the Corporate Ladder with Kelley Cornish

Our purpose flourishes when we pursue our passion. This is the path Kelley Cornish is shaping as she champions diversity. As the  Senior Vice President, Head of U.S. Diversity and Inclusion for TD Bank, she builds bridges between customers and the corporation, as well as its employees. Known as “America’s Most Convenient Bank,” TD Bank

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