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Kurtney Garcia

Director, Marketing & PR, Girl Power Talk Kurtney is an avid novel reader and delights in writing poetry. Growing up in a small town, she has always dared herself to be resilient and ever-ready wherever life plants her.

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Pop Culture Moments That Served Women Are Invincible

Taylor Swift Reclaiming Her Life’s Work Because It’s Cheaper Shonda Rhimes. That’s It. Fearless Inmates of Litchfield Penitentiary Female Rappers Breaking Through the Male Swag Most Mindful Make-Up Line From sexist remarks to the inadequacy of women of color representations, it is without a doubt that women continue to struggle to find their place in the media industry. But every so often, we serve boiling tea and the headlines are clear: we’re revolutionizing the system for a more gender-inclusive and …

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Bridging the Gender Gap With Female Executive Search: Patrick Mataix

Patrick Mataix's Childhood Embracing Equality and Diversity Promoting Inclusion and Diversity Patrick's Life Values The Wonderful Things About Female Executive Search Balance Between Professional and Personal Life Can you share a little about your childhood, where you grew up, and some background information? I was born and raised in the south of France, in a small town called Avignon. My grandmother raised me until I was almost 5 years old. She had a strong personality. She migrated to France from …

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Women Smashing Societal Stigma: The Story of Sindhu and the Power of Words

Sindhu’s Writing Journey Taking the Next Step Smashing the Industrial Patriarchy Women’s Issue to Focus On What Was the Start of Your Journey as a Writer Like? What Kind of Subjects and Pieces Did You Write Initially? Before I was a writer, I was an ardent reader. I always loved to read – almost anything, and I think that led me to writing. By the time I was twelve, I knew I wanted to be a writer. At the beginning, I …

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The Millennial Perspective on Gender-Fluid Organizations

The Millennial Perspective on Gender-Fluid Organizations

Understanding Gender Inclusive Organizations Evolving Preferences Among Millennials Increasing Representation Today Implementing Gender-Fluid Practices The gender and sexuality narrative around the globe is undergoing a massive transition. Today, more and more millennials are coming forward with a strong desire to be seen, heard, and appreciated for who they are. Identity and representation have taken on a more profound meaning. Though monumental, this shift is not sudden. With increasing awareness over the past few decades and numerous platforms available to voice …

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5 Things Women Have Normalized

Breaking Away From Being "The Weaker Sex" Getting Unsolicited D*ck Pics Saying “I Was Raised Just Like My Brother, Like a Son” Being Told “Aurat Hii Aurat Ki Sabse Badi Dushman Hai” Pink Tax on All Menstrual Hygiene Products Being “Only” Catcalled The Next Step “The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any.”—Alice Walker. The human race became a predominantly patriarchal society around 12,000 years ago when the human species began settling …

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