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With at least a partial return to normal on the horizon, it's time to get back in shape Click here to view the full digital copy of this issue.   If you spent any time on social media in the last year, your feed was probably cluttered with...

What Every Woman Needs to Know About Heart Health Click here to view the full digital copy of this issue. The telltale signs were there, chest pain that radiated through her arm, exhaustion, nausea, but like many women who experience these symptoms, Tasya Lacy never suspected that...

Dr. Lynn Perry Wooten, the first Black president of 120-year-old Simmons University, is uniquely prepared to lead the women's college through these turbulent times. By Jackie Krentzman On February 6, 2020, Dr. Lynn Perry Wooten accepted the position as the first Black president of Simmons University, a...

Throughout her career, Ruth Bader Ginsberg fought for us, working women. This diminutive woman was called the “Thurgood Marshall of the women’s rights movement” as she, perhaps more than anyone else, advanced the rights of women in the workplace. She fought for us so we...

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...

Dear DW, I’m working on a group project, and one of my colleagues isn’t pulling her weight. We need all hands on deck in order for this project to succeed. What should I do? Signed, Burdened by Too Much Weight Dear Burdened, Even if we don’t have a formal leadership title, we...

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