Here’s a sample of my published writing:
4 Ways Managers Can Support Women’s Leadership Development
How exactly should managers show employees — particularly women — that they support their development into effective leaders? Here are some tips.
Using Ignatian Discernment in Career Decisions
Some decisions are easy. Career decisions, often, are not. Deciding whether to leave or accept a job, to go to grad school, or to take the plunge into entrepreneurship or freelancing can be some of the most difficult decisions you make in your career. Before you draw out a pro/con list or flip a coin, consider using St. Ignatius of Loyola’s “discernment of spirits” approach to help you make your decision.
St. Thérèse and the Catholic Businesswoman: Following the Little Way at Work
Who is this woman? And what could Catholic businesswomen possibly learn from her? Her “little way” can be a guide for how you live your life, personally but also professionally.
The Motherhood Myth: Redefining “Having It All”
The language we use when discussing women who work (“having it all” or not, “the motherhood penalty,” “the mommy track”) has significant implications for women both with and without children.
How Charting My Cycle Helped Me Discover My PCOS
Sometimes, we can do more than put a band-aid on our bad periods. My advice to my fellow PCOS Divas is to find something that works for you. Most importantly, find a doctor who works with you.
Truly Inclusive D&I Programs: Adding IDD
Many D&I initiatives focus on gender, race and ethnicity – all of which are important – but, ironically, exclude other areas – like integrating employees with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) into the workforce.
Cultivating a Heart Like Mary’s: The Rose Among Thorns
As women, we are called to imitate Mary. So, what can we learn from Mary’s Immaculate Heart? How can we form our own hearts in imitation of this most beautiful one? Here’s one lesson that I think is particularly relevant this year