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Worth Reading: Interview with Author Rita Dragonette
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Worth Reading: Interview with Author Rita Dragonette

…. Author of The Fourteenth of September. ABOUT “THE FOURTEENTH OF SEPTEMBER” The Fourteenth of September portrays a pivotal time at the peak of the Vietnam War through the rare perspective of a young woman, tracing her path of self-discovery and a “Coming of Conscience.” How did you develop the […]

Worth Reading: Accelerate Your Impact
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Worth Reading: Accelerate Your Impact

Overview: Many professional women aspire to advance their career. Yet many encounter a sea of obstacles because they don’t have “the playbook” to navigate corporate cultures and industries. With more than 20 years’ experience in the tech industry, JJ DiGeronimo is no stranger to navigating the twists and turns of […]

Athena’s Daughters: Positive Representation Matters
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Athena’s Daughters: Positive Representation Matters

By Maggie Allen & Janine K. Spendlove Science Fiction and Fantasy (SF/F) are wonderful mediums for helping people expand their horizons and encouraging imagination. Unfortunately, despite the fact that the best selling YA novels of all time (Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and Twilight) were all penned by women and […]

Worth Reading: Playing Ball with the Boys
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Worth Reading: Playing Ball with the Boys

New ground-breaking book by former ESPN anchor chronicles the rise of women in sports business and media Playing Ball with the Boys: The Rise of Women in the World of Men’s Sports, a new book that profiles more than a dozen successful and pioneering women in the field of sports, […]