Turning a bad experience into a thriving business By Tonya Johnson Courtney Adeleye knows just what it takes to own and operate a successful business. Before she launched The Mane Choice in 2013, she had opened a photography studio and launched a clothing boutique. She learned...

By Katie Morell It was early morning in February 2018 when Priscila Nagalli walked into her employer’s office and put in her notice—without another job or backup plan. As director of treasury and capital markets at the New York City office of Actualize Consulting, a financial consulting firm, Nagalli...

How small changes can have a lasting impact By Julissa McClean New year, new you, right? Well, maybe. A New Year’s resolution is no different from a crash diet. Sure, it can be a jump start, but if you don’t put in the work, you’ll likely...

The masculine culture in the tech industry is often cited as a root cause of the gender gap in representation. by Katherine Giscombe,PhD At Catalyst, we work with a range of corporations and firms, and we know that women in tech-intensive industries face many challenges in advancing—or even...

The old rules don't apply By Pat Olsen In 2014, when Tania Moya, 28, landed her dream job with IBM, in Dallas, she was thrilled. Moya, who emigrated from Mexico when she was six, was the first in her family to graduate from college. Hired as a...

April Kilcrease Anchored by the cities of Durham, Raleigh, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina’s Triangle region is known for its high concentration of college campuses, high-tech companies, and southern charm. The area blooms in the spring. Locals bike and walk tree-lined trails. Branches explode with goblet-sized magnolias....

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