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Ladies that UX Richmond: #WCW August

August 10, 2016

Ladies that UX (LTUX) wants to empower women in technology, and what better way to do that than share the stories of some badass women in Richmond? We want to shine the spotlight on ladies who are passionate, powerful, and making their mark in the community. LTUX Richmond is excited to announce a new monthly blog series: Woman Crush Wednesday […]

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LinkedIn Report: Men More Savvy Online Professional Networkers than Women

June 22, 2011

The battle of the sexes. Got to love the idea that we’re still in an “us vs. them” world sometimes. Even if we do try to make it more about uniting instead of separating, you have to acknowledge there are differences between men and women. Well, when it comes to online professional networking, it looks […]

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Anonymity isn’t an Invitation to be Rude

March 30, 2011

This post is available over at Forbes blogs: Social media has brought a sense of “realness” to the fakeness of online identities. People used to hide behind anonymity, and then we declared (with Mark Zuckerberg leading the way) that you couldn’t be taken seriously if you were hiding behind avatars and names like TechKitty5837. We embraced […]

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Done with Networking

June 2, 2010

I’m making the executive decision to put networking on hold. “What??!??!” you say. “How can you possibly do that??” Well my friends, I’ve decided that since I’m moving from here in a couple weeks, only to do a brief stay in St. Louis before heading to Virginia, I can’t deal with shaking the hands of […]

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Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

August 7, 2009

This is a recent guest post of mine forTwin Cities Thursday Happy Hour (Twitter). Be sure to follow them and their great blog Thanks guys for including me!! I love to volunteer for groups because you not only meet great people, you get to hear about some good restaurants. If you’re lucky enough, you […]

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A Reflection on Relocation

March 2, 2009

A few months ago I decided to move for my job. In the corporate world, this is known as a Relocation. Say it with my now, “Re-lo-ca-tion.” I did this for a few reasons: · I wanted to get into our Marketing department · I was tired of working on Government contracts · I needed […]

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