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Equal Pay Day 2019: Women Dominate Social Media

This year, April 2 marks Equal Pay Day. That means that to earn the same amount as men did from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018, women would have to work January 1, 2018 to April 2, 2019. That’s over three more months of moolah, and it’s even worse for minority women. However, let’s… Continue reading Equal Pay Day 2019: Women Dominate Social Media

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Ideas in the Instagram Era: A Panel at Soho

I’ll admit it -- I don’t take full advantage of my membership to Soho House. It’s a bougie splurge of mine, and although I love the rooftop pool, the gym, the U27 discounts, the screening room, the community, the events, oh, and the rooftop pool, I don’t go there enough as I would like. I… Continue reading Ideas in the Instagram Era: A Panel at Soho

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Freedom of Speech: Your Social is Not Tied To Your Employer

It's 2017. You do not need to provide a disclaimer in your social media bios that "your thoughts are your own." Duh. I've talked before about how risky behavior on social media is often discouraged, even if it means speaking up for what you believe in. Personally, I'm all for communicating as openly as possible.… Continue reading Freedom of Speech: Your Social is Not Tied To Your Employer

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Social Media: Reflections or False Perceptions

For someone who thrives on social media, it's been weird to realize that no one really knows who I am. Most people in my life see one side of me -- the CHAARG side, the student side, the intern side, the wild side, the fitness side, the dance side -- but they hardly overlap. Even my… Continue reading Social Media: Reflections or False Perceptions