Federal CIO Suzette Kent and women IT leaders from across government shared their personal journeys, how they find balance and career lessons.
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At a recent luncheon in Arlington, Virginia, an all-female panel gave perspective and advice to younger women in the audience.
Women’s history month is finally here! And many of us are wondering what we can do to raise awareness of women’s issues and show appreciation for the awesome women in our workplaces. If you’re still stumped, here are a few ways to celebrate this March and beyond.
Last week, we discussed the benefits of advocating for yourself at work and how to prepare yourself for the big ask. Say you were prepared and confident going in to the meeting, but your ask was still rejected. What do you do next? Here’s how to push forward.
Despite your incredible work ethic and near perfect attendance record, you probably find yourself in situations where you feel underappreciated at work. In these instances, self-advocacy is critical. Here are a few tips to prepare you to stand up for yourself in the workplace.
Hopefully you’re entering the new year with a renewed sense of hope and motivation to fight gender inequality in the workplace. But where do you start? The first step is easy. Get informed (or as the kids call it, “woke”) on where things stand between genders, what issues are top-of-mind, and how you can help…. Read more »
Five leading women in government technology spoke about their careers in the public sector at AFFIRM’s Trailblazing Women in Government event on January 26th. While many of us aspire to have half the impact and success these women have had throughout their careers, their guidance may make our goals more attainable. Here are four pieces… Read more »
There are just as many ways to get involved in activism and help women without pulling extra shifts at a local charity. Consider these five ways to get involved without stretching yourself (or your budget) thin.
Here are a few things imposter syndrome can teach you about yourself.