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Maria Mazzei Sellitti is a native New Yorker who is currently living in North Carolina. She has been a stay-at-home mom since 2009. Maria left her 20-year career with various financial institutions which she has held positions as a Sales Trainer, Securities Lending Control Officer, and the Bank Secrecy Act/OFAC Officer. Throughout her career she has written sales training programs, instructional manuals, policy guidelines and procedural directives. She also is a licensed agent for Life and Health, Medicare and Long Term Care. Maria faced unexpected challenges with the transition from Corporate America to the stay-at-home mom life. She enjoys writing and sharing her experiences, both personal and professional, the good and not-so-good, with other women so they can feel supported in the challenges they may face.  → Read More
Shhh. Don’t Tell Anyone That I’m A Stay-At-Home Mom
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As Chair of The Judy Fund, Elizabeth Gelfand Stearns works to ignite public awareness and engagement in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease.  → Read More
Alzheimer’s Disease: Do You Want to Know?
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Karen M.R. Townsend, Ph.D. is president of KTownsend Consulting and founder of About My Sisters—an organization “on a mission to empower one million women and girls!”  → Read More
The 3 Best Reasons to Make Yourself a Priority
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Jennet Robinson Alterman is a native of Charleston and is the President and CEO of J. Robinson Alterman LLC., a consulting practice that assists organizations in developing leadership and entrepreneurial training programs for women.  → Read More
How a Mentorship Helped Pave the Way to the White House
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Cristine Andes waitressed for eight years before she decided it was time to make a change in her life for financial stability and self-fulfillment. She now works at NASA as a journeyman-level QAS.  → Read More
In the United States of America, all men are created equal. Women? Eh… not so much.
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Jenny P. Andrews is a mom, wife, public defender and writer who lives on a rural apple farm in Northern California. She writes about career/family balance, criminal justice issues and rural farm projects like canning and beekeeping.  → Read More
What Might it Mean to be a Fourth Generation Feminist?
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Susan B. Apel is a lawyer and professor of law who teaches family law, law and medicine, women and the law, and professional skills at Vermont Law School and Geisel Medical School at Dartmouth College.  → Read More
No Children, No Regrets
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Lisa Arends works as a math teacher and a wellness coach. After using her own sudden divorce five years ago as a catalyst for positive change, she now helps people navigate their own divorces and transform stress into wellness. She loves to lift heavy weights and run long distances, and she is still learning how to meditate.  → Read More
Life Lessons from the End of a Marriage
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Patti Ashley, Ph.D. has thirty-plus years of experience working as an educator and therapist. She owns Breakthrough Psychotherapy and Parent Coaching in Boulder Colorado, where she helps individuals and families break-through barriers to personal freedom and authentic growth.  → Read More
Mothering Beyond Image: How to Get out of the Shadows
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