Too often, some leaders need a gentle reminder. Yes, I include myself too. As leaders, we do not realize that we are giving others permission to shine and showcase their talents when the opportunity emerges. This quote by Marianne Williamson really does say it all, right? But, what does it mean to shine as a […]
Category Archives: Community Engagement/Civic Engagement
It’s a fascinating time in history when leaders must rise above the fray. More often, tragedy, peril and the unexpected flood national news channels and social media. At the time, leaders must take pause. There is an obligation to empathize and to also be at the forefront of viable discourse and solutions to problems. Here […]
Listen! Maybe we can find some common ground. Overlapping national news stories report Americans exercising their first amendment rights. With recent discussions about systemic challenges, now there is public discourse along with misunderstandings and a nationwide reality check. No, I will not delve into the layers of issues since I will defer to the talking heads and news […]
Women’s History Month is an opportunity to reflect about the contributions of women.
As Women’s History Month 2012 comes to a close, I am reflecting about how women made contributions throughout history. While books, recordings, and nationwide celebrations provide stories about what they did and how they did it, I feel compelled to appreciate more significant contributions. I want to know how they go to their respective platforms. […]