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Hello from the Other Side…of the #STFSummit

This past weekend was my third time attending the She’s the First Leadership Summit, but it was my first time attending as an alum and chapter mentor. And let me tell you, on the other side, it is a completely different experience. Since first becoming involved with STF, I absolutely loved the idea of a… Continue reading Hello from the Other Side…of the #STFSummit

Musings

Combining My Passions: Ladies and Brains

This blog has been neglected for the entirety of my senior year at Simmons College. With research, courses, applications for graduate schools, and planning for graduation, I just didn’t have time to dedicate to writing and sharing my thoughts the way I had been for almost a year. But after graduation, I felt that familiar… Continue reading Combining My Passions: Ladies and Brains

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#STFSummit 2015: The Fight for Quality Education

250 million children worldwide cannot read or write. They do not have access to quality education. Quality education was one of the themes of this year’s She’s the First Campus Leadership Summit, a weekend where student leaders across the country come together to learn and share leadership skills, fundraising tips, the importance of girls’ education,… Continue reading #STFSummit 2015: The Fight for Quality Education

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2015

“The strength of a woman is not measured by the impact that all her hardships in life have had on her; but the strength of a woman is measured by the extent of her refusal to allow those hardships to dictate her and who she becomes.” ― C. JoyBell C. The essence of International  Women’s… Continue reading Celebrating International Women’s Day 2015

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Resolve to Advocate and Educate in 2015

Too many times in my life I have encountered people who have limited (or no) knowledge about the topics that I am passionate about and find invaluable in daily life, and I’m sure you have too. Everyone has ideas, topics, and philosophies that they would like more people to understand and appreciate. For me, two… Continue reading Resolve to Advocate and Educate in 2015