A Woman of the People

My memory of the caricature of a food critic is someone who is an elitist and only recommends the poshest of places that few can afford. They may disguise themselves so chefs and customers don’t recognize them when they are out “critic’ing”. Restaurants bend over backwards to make sure the critic has an excellent experience,…

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The side hustle

Relationships between women at work can be some of the most important connections you can make as a woman. We can be great gut checks for each other. Whether it’s an idea that you may be thinking about, a conflict with a co-worker you may have encountered or just plain old “girl talk”. These relationships…

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The Teacher

Dr. Meghan Walsh is reluctant to lead with titles & CV’s. It’s the thesis behind her strategy to collaborate together on featuring women Docs on a style & fashion blog. In her professional culture, it’s all about the CV, the research and the degrees. The humanity of doctors gets reduced to accomplishments.

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The Internist

When Wendy was in 8th grade, her 2nd cousin died young from “brain cancer” that nobody ever talked about. Her intuition always told her that something felt “off” about the situation. Later in life, she found out that he actually died of AIDS and always wished that she would have known he was sick.

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