(V)oice. (I)nner Peace. (P)urpose. In being a former Preacher’s wife, I had lost them. As little girls, we love our voices. We hold talkative tea parties and chat all night on the phone with our friends, our shrill screams pierce the air when we play and we can cry louder and longer than any boy. What happens as women when our voices are silenced?
Marisa De Lecce started with a healthcare career and moved into launching a swimwear line, Hermoza Swim. She worked for the non-profit, Rivers of Hope, owned by Chargers’ quarterback Philip Rivers and his wife Tiffany. She and Tiffany formed a company together, manufacturing comfortable and chic swimwear which was featured in Oprah magazine!
Sree Anand Ratnasinghe’s secret to leadership success lies in being recognized for taking a hands-on approach to tackling large-scale digital transformation initiatives while simultaneously being a passionate customer advocate. How does she balance them when she manages employees internationally and remotely? Listen in to learn the qualities of an empathetic and high-performance- driving leader, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
The 2020 urban exodus of businesses and workforce participants has left cities with a glut of empty commercial spaces, ranging from retail to offices, restaurants and hospitality. Landlords and municipalities are left with empty spaces, and the resultant loss of rental income and various streams of tax revenues. The problem is obvious. What is the solution? Adaptive Reuse.
As the vaccines have rolled out across multiple countries and health systems have started inoculating millions and a new administration begins their leadership in Washington after a free and fair election. What better time than now to look for reasons to be optimistic for 2021? READ this great blog!
1) A Step Towards Safe Travel
2) The Environment
3) A Return to Community
4) Time to Buy a Home
5) Better Long Term Health
Part 2 By Bill Barberg In Part 1 of this blog series, I made the case for a national housing strategy designed to create an economic engine for those excluded from the home ownership programs that enabled white households to build wealth in the last century. In Part 2, as follows, I share some of …
Levittown, an all-white community was guaranteed by a restrictive clause in the original Levitt lease that stated, “The tenant agrees not to permit the premises to be used or occupied by any person other than members of the Caucasian race.” This restriction was not unique to Levitt as it was based on a practice recommended by the Federal Housing Authority.
By Bill Barberg – Part 1. Following the intensely polarizing election, the United States needs healing and pathways forward to address the serious challenges faced by our neighborhoods, nation and world. Together we must improve the economy by addressing the financial struggles of individuals and small businesses. The Common Ground for a Strong Economic Future …