"women" Archive

Stay-at-Home Parent? How to Kill It On Your Comeback Resume

If you’re a stay-at-home parent or caregiver and planning to return to work, you likely have a lot of questions about how to address the past few years on your resume. In this piece from The Muse ...

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Working Women: Valerie Jarrett and the Importance of Mentoring

In this episode from The Michelle Obama Podcast, the former First Lady chats with friend and mentor Valerie Jarrett about their experiences as working women and mothers. They reflect on the value ...

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Three Professional Relationships Every Woman Needs to Advance Her Career

By Chelsea Keen, M.Ed. (’12), Career Coach and Founder of Uplifted Ambitions Career Coaching

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Chelsea Keen (’12)

Chelsea Keen is a results-oriented career coach who empowers ambitious early and ...

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Navigating a Career Pivot

In this recorded webinar from our LEARN with @LifeAfterWake platform, Wake Forest alumna Kristin Winkle Beck (’97) shares her expertise and personal experience with making a career change from ...

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How to Support Black Women at Work

In this article from The Every Mom, Wake Forest alumna Tiffany Waddell Tate (’07, MALS ’11) shares practical and direct tips for how to best advocate for and serve as an ally to black women in ...

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