Unprepared to Lead

Sheroes like Rosa Parks sat down and set the standard for authentic, servant leadership. She stood for justice and represents those who might have intentional charts their journey but rather evolve into their leading roles. Just thinking back…it was December 1, 1955. She was a seamstress and she rode the bus. Her role was already […]

Hidden Figures, Gold Medal Leadership

Too often we assume that leaders are the ones in charge. No, not always. Guess again. Some amazing women leaders who worked behind the scenes will be awarded congressional gold medals. Real-life African-American female pioneers will be honored with the Congress Medal of Freedom and include mathematician Katherine Johnson, engineer Christine Darden, as well as […]

Networking and Thriving

It is no mystery that we can thrive when we get connected. That is, getting connected with like-minded people. Throughout my years as a professional, I have learned how to connect fundamental leadership skills by watching and learning from others. Yes, this included family, community leaders, and others. Many learn how to connect through networking […]

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