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ea.com “What are you doing to champion women’s advancement in the workplace?” Olga Bondarenko  Command Center Analyst • Ireland • I advocate for equity and access for women of all abilities, raise awareness of common workplace challenges, and partner with employee resource groups to build a diverse and inclusive workplace. Mala...

Not everyone can take two years off work to go back to school full-time. Executive MBA (EMBA) programs let professional women pursue a master’s in business administration while juggling busy personal and professional lives. Some programs require monthly on-campus visits, and some are 100 percent online,...

By Erika Mailman Perched on the southern shores of Lake Erie, Clevelanders are known for their affability and midwestern resilience and pride—and for being fierce advocates for their (formerly) gritty city and its Rust Belt heritage. Spanning the Cuyahoga River, the city offers eclectic architecture, a...

By Erika Mailman Kansas City, Missouri, offers a pleasant mix of urban and midwestern, and is a cultural hub with long-standing jazz traditions, a famous penchant for barbecue, and a reputation for friendliness. The Power & Light District downtown is a busy center for shopping, dining, and...

By Erika Mailman Perhaps no other large city in the United States better embodies the spirit of discovery and innovation than San Francisco. From its storied gold rush population boom to the Summer of Love and the current infusion of technology companies, it’s always been a city...

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