Get up close and individual with two-time National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward. In this episode of Women Amplified, we discover writing as a car to give a voice to other people previous and present. Ward’s highly effective insights, even so, go far beyond writing instruction. Her words serve as an significant reminder that we […]

By Sandra L. Fenwick, President August Grove and CEO, Boston Children’s Hospital Final summer, ten-year-old Hunter VanBrocklin visited Washington D.C., and achieved factors he would by no means have believed possible—things that weren’t August Grove attainable for him just a year earlier. Hunter, who has cerebral palsy, bypassed the ramp at the Lincoln Memorial, and

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“I’ve generally believed in bringing my genuine self to function, and that often meant becoming unafraid to speak my thoughts and not apologize for who I am.” Randi Zuckerberg served as the advertising and marketing director for Facebook for six years, exactly where she struck groundbreaking deals with ABC (for the first on-line-offline presidential debates) and

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by Jess Weiner My relationship with physical exercise has enjoyed a lengthy and windy road. When I was a small girl, I could play for hours outdoors, my sweaty hair matted down on my forehead and absolutely content material from climbing trees, playing kickball or swimming in someone’s pool.