On Wednesday Obama’s campaign announced that to help secure votes in the black community, he hired the young, soulful and focused Stefanie Brown.
Marcy Hayes certainly didn’t plan on becoming the first black female helicopter pilot or the manager of a faith based pregnancy resource center in Texas. But as Marcy tells Centralia Fireside Guard, “God has a purpose for everything.” Marcy was raised by her grandparents in Centralia, Missouri during the 1960s and 70s. Back in that [...]
If you’re feeling particularly depressed about your work and location, maybe it’s time to move. CareerBliss gives a list of the happiest and unhappiest cities to work in around the nation. For those that feel unhappy in their situation, take a look and see if your city ended up on this list. At the top [...]
After spending 21 years with the Self-Help Credit Union, Joyce Harrison leaves behind her legacy as one of the most influential money handlers in her region.
Keeping in mind these tips, women can stay connected competitive for salary raises and promotion while keeping a closer eye on the little ones.
Seven years in the UK comprised of study, work and marriage wasn’t enough to convince UK officials to allow Namibian native Jessica Austin to stay in Britain. The Advertiser reports that in 2008 she faced expulsion from her home and family as the government argued she was no longer eligible to stay in the UK. [...]
The slow economy is fueling the success of consignment shops.
by Charlotte Young Around the country the job search is finally yielding results for many of exhausted job searchers. The unemployment rate is falling for the third consecutive month and in December 200,000 jobs in the private sector were created. Unfortunately, as The Seattle Medium points out, African Americans aren’t exactly benefiting from the job [...]
Senegalese entrepreneur Magatte Wade has moved from marketing drinks, to marketing a different perspective of Africa.
For the on-the-go woman who likes her privacy and security, women-only hotel floors may sound like a perfect idea. The Sacramento Bee reports that the New York firm JWT, which specializes in travel trends, estimates more women-only floors will open up in hotels across the globe, despite some public outcry from men. More women are [...]