Posts Tagged: family

Balance Act

Let’s face it: we all have a work life and a home/personal life. Some choose to combine the two and others prefer to keep them separated. Either way can be done as it is a personal choice. One of the most challenging aspects of having a career and a family is separating one from the other.Read… Read more »

What Saves Us

“Life sucks and then you die” was a popular saying when I was younger, and from what I can tell that saying still holds true today. My father-in-law, may he rest in peace, used to put it this way: “The chances are only one in a million of something going wrong, but then again thereRead… Read more »

The Last Shall Be First and the First Shall Be Last

We know the key to building inclusive work environments is to recognize and embrace differences our colleagues and customers bring to the workplace and the marketplace. We are familiar with categories of differences like race, gender, age, generation, sexual orientation, ability, culture, language and personality. There is another difference that serves as a powerful influenceRead… Read more »

Nurse Inspired to Pursue Political Activism

Jennifer Otto, RN, was one of few people in the state of Kentucky to witness a moment that would change nurse practitioners lives during the signing ceremony for a bill, Senate Bill 7, that will allow them more independence to practice. Otto is currently studying to become a Family Nurse Practitioner at Georgetown University. OttoRead… Read more »

Citizen Diplomats Support Foreign Policy by Hosting International Exchange Students

It’s an exciting time of year…we are gearing up to welcome our next class of USG-funded international high school exchange students. Wanted to bring to your attention the importance of youth exchange and the rewarding opportunities of hosting these future leaders from around the world. This DipNote blog says it all… Posted by J. AdamRead… Read more »

Girl Up Leadership Summit by United Nations Foundation

Hello Wonderful Moms & Dads: Great opportunity for your daughters to: sharpen their leadership skills connect with United Nations Foundation mentors help global girls from around the world DATE: 10-March-2012 VENUE: House of Sweden – 2900 K Street, NW – DC To Register Contact My Wonderful Daughter: [email protected] …..Please “SHARE” with your friends.