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First Look, Second Act

First Look, Second Act

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of MM.LaFleur and Lyft. The opinions and text are all my own.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of MM.LaFleur and Lyft. The opinions and text are all my own.

I couldn’t be prouder to have spent #WomensEntrepreneurshipDay hosting an advanced screening Second Act screening with partners MM.LaFleur, Lyft, ForbesWomen and 200 of my favorite women in biz!

Thank you to our sponsors: MM.LaFleur for keeping us all dressed for success - and Lyft for the rides. And thank you to our media partner, ForbesWomen!

#SecondActNYC

E-School for Girls | Social Media Day

E-School for Girls | Social Media Day

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This week, I had the pleasure of teaching high school students from all five boroughs of New York City how to use social media to land their dream jobs.

We covered the fine art of using LinkedIn to create a digital resume - and how to write an eye-catching bio to impress any recruiter (especially when the inevitable lay-off happens). More on that in this Moneyish interview.

Thanks E-School for Girls for having me back (for the 3rd year)! See you next summer!

The Power of Onlyness with Women at Forbes

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“Some questions you can't answer, but also can't stop thinking about.”

Thanks to Women@Forbes for inviting me to be part of a Q&A panel with the incredibly talented Nilofer Merchant about her new book The Power of Onlyness.

Merchant's inspiring book talks about how it's more possible than ever to make a difference in the world, regardless of status or rank. Check out the full Q&A on Facebook Live here

Shoutout to my fellow panelists Sabrina HersiNatalia Oberti Noguera and Emily Ladau