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Carolyn Stich: Joy of Spring

Wednesday, 11 February 2015 10:30
With February 5 came the announcement of the Tulip Time Festival Poster winner: Carolyn Stich, the fifth woman to win the award. Read more...

Elizabeth Schenk: Business is Blooming

Wednesday, 14 January 2015 00:00
Once upon a time, there was a young woman who enjoyed flowers. She was working at a greenhouse when she discovered she loved floral design, and dabbled in the art for years, learning mostly on her own. Read more...
Licensed Master Social Worker Vicki Poleni recently began working in association with Plachta, Murphy & Associates, P.C. in an advocacy role. Read more...

Shannon Wilson: Work. Play. Balance.

Thursday, 11 December 2014 00:00
It had been mentioned that she had a laid-back, down-to-earth personality. Still, hearing this was a bit of a surprise: "I like to play with STDs." That was the first indication that "play" is not only part of Shannon Wilson's work hard/play hard philosophy, but also a reflection of the joy she finds in work. Read more...
Ashima Saigal, founder of Database Sherpa, works in a career field where women only account for about twenty percent of the work force, according to the National Science Foundation. Saigal's choice to work in this field has compelled her to be a trailblazer, although that role was not necessarily what she signed up for in the beginning. Read more...
Jennifer Feuerstein is AARP Michigan's new associate state director, a position she earned in January 2014. At first glance, she's a professional, put-together, successful career woman, but there's much more to her story. Read more...
At a women's issues forum earlier this fall, Rep. Winnie Brinks, Democrat, 76th District, observed that women continue to be vastly underrepresented in our government. Read more...
Andrea Ykema didn't go to college to become the area director of seven local Applebee's restaurants, and she didn't set out with that career goal in mind. Like many high school and college students, she wanted a job—and restaurants provided a great opportunity. Read more...
Looking for activities that include your furry friends in the festivities? Mark your calendar for Sunday, October 19, noon to 3, at Manhattan Park, where plenty of fun will be had—and for a doggone good reason! Read more...
Pursuing a dream is not without risk. Anyone who has ever dreamed of being an artist has probably faced questions about whether or not that's a responsible decision. Read more...

 

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