We're coming to the end of Black History Month, and with eight months since the protests began last year, we’re highlighting next steps for NEW members to be better allies to people of color in our workplaces going into this year. NEW Women of Color Advisory Council members Tahirah King and Watchen Nyanue have stepped up to the plate with a list of recommendations for educating yourself.
What a week we had in Atlanta! OK, I’m biased. I’m based in Atlanta, so I’m so proud of the NEW Atlanta chapter and the NEW Leadership Summit that took place in our fair city.
In just five weeks, approximately 1,300 Network of Executive Women members will make their way to Atlanta for NEW Leadership Summit, our biggest conference of the year and one of the largest profes
by Mary Rivard and Kari Sims Can you believe that it’s been almost two weeks since so many of us gathered in Amelia Island for Forum? It’s true! Even now, I’m still reeling from all the amazing speakers I saw and connections I made with senior leaders at the conference.
Two weeks ago, I attended my 10th Network of Executive Women Executive Forum. Reframe was the aptly-selected theme of this year’s Forum.
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