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I'm an accomplished journalist, copywriter, copyeditor, SEO expert, content writer, sales and marketing associate, and digital producer offering extensive experience in writing, editing, and multimedia storytelling. I have more than 20 years of experience in creating and optimizing content for web copy, sales pitches, white papers, blogs, email campaigns, as well as books and ebooks.
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More than 75% of American children say their teachers, coaches, family members, friends, and community leaders are the role models they look up to daily. Role models offer inspiration and motivation but also real-world insights into the world.
2022 presents new challenges for your sales teams. Here are three top challenges you’ll face and how you can navigate them.
Who says extended parental leave is just for tech companies like Netflix or Microsoft? The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation recently announced a new parental leave policy of 52 paid weeks for mothers or fathers during the first year after the birth or adoption of a child, plus unlimited time off for all employees.
The unemployment rate has declined to 5.3 percent this month, but no one’s planning a parade to celebrate. If you’ve been keeping up with news on the economy, that might sound crazy. After all, this is the lowest unemployment rate since April 2008, when the recession was first taking hold. Why aren’t we cheering in the streets?
You’ve probably already heard about Sen. Bernie Sanders’ free-college tuition bill, which that promises a tuition-free education, so students can attend state colleges or universities with little cost. It sounds like a great idea, right? We’d no longer be able to complain about all the uneducated masses. Every student would have access to training to land them a career they’d love, without the burden of crushing student loan debt. Employers would have access to a more highly skilled pool of applicants. Eventually, even the economy as a whole could improve. So why isn’t everyone on board?
It was Mother’s Day on Sunday, so it’s probably not really surprising that Hillary Clinton released a video about her mother (and daughter and granddaughter). But, set against the birth of her granddaughter, she also briefly retells a story about a nurse who said, “Thank you for fighting for paid family leave.” Is it just political posturing, or can we finally hope for some resolution to the shameful state of family leave in the U.S.?
With all the talk about empowerment and female leadership, we also know that the barriers to advancement are very real. For every step forward, gender bias and situational barriers continue to prevent deserving women from receiving recognition and achieving positions of leadership. But, instead of thinking of this situation as a “glass ceiling,” which indicates a barrier that is impossible to break through, why not consider a different paradigm – a leaky pipe?
Women are less likely than men to go into STEM careers, but it’s not from a lack of initial interest or talent. Somewhere along the way, girls and women are turning in other directions, with the result that only about 18 percent of women earn degrees in computer science and 19 percent earn engineering degrees, according to the National Girls Collaborative Project.
This year’s Super Bowl commercials were all about the dad-vertising. Social media spheres were in a complete uproar over the latest string of ads featuring dads who were caring for their children — swimming, potty-training, brushing hair, comforting, and hugging. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house, according to more than one post.
As a Contributing Writer, I write about celebrities, entertainment, health & wellness, lifestyle, jobs & careers, the latest news, green living, and everything in between.
Company: She's a Full On Monet
I worked there from 5/2021 until now
ThoughtCo, part of DotDash, is built for those that believe learning is a never-ending process. My role, as a Contributing Writer, was to create compelling content for readers.
Company: THOUGHTCO, llc
I worked there from 1/2014 until 3/2018
More than 8,000 customers, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, use PayScale to power pay decisions for more than 23 million employees. As a Contributing Writer, I wrote about women at work, productivity and time management strategies, and breaking news.
I worked there from 3/2014 until 3/2016
As the lead Sales & Marketing Associate, I worked with Amazon, Blizzard Entertainment, Cardinal Health, Coca-Cola, ConEdison, Kongsberg Maritime, Facebook, Google, The Hershey Company, Mechdyne, Mercedes-Benz, NBCUniversal, Royal Huisman, Raytheon, SAP, Siemens, and Starbucks. I personally managed accounts for clients located in the US and around the world.
I worked there from 1/2015 until 8/2020