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Is a Visual Effects Artist career a good choice for a young woman?

Since the birth of the visual entertainment industry (dating back to theatre) women have had an irreplaceable part to perform. Many iconic films around the world are recognized by the face of an actress or singer’s voice, rather than by the producer, studio, or the script.  This year, we were delighted to see many female…

4 Ways to help employees find their voice… from home

Employers have a new challenge: helping female employees find their voice… from home. When a conversation is held over an online communication tool, often enough one or two people dominate the conversation. In a face-to-face meeting, the less outspoken employees may gesture or make eye contact to make it known that they have some input.…

The Ecosystem of the Healthcare Industry

The COVID-19 breakout has caused anxiety and fear, but also has highlighted essential services that each community requires to carry on. Healthcare branches off in different directions, with some areas being well-represented by women (like nursing), but the media attention is also highlighting every integral part of an ecosystem that cares for us in a time…

The woman’s challenge of working from home

Another week of working from home begins.  For many, this has been the first time of working remotely since school and everyone is adjusting at their own pace. Among many of the challenges that we face both as a collective and as individuals, women with families have a particular complication that echoes throughout the various communities and socio-economic…

Limited by uncertainty? 5 tips for carrying on

During these times of financial uncertainty – and based on the announcement that non-essential operations should close — what can small businesses can do to carry on? 1- 𝗢𝗳𝗳𝗲𝗿 𝗼𝗻𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗲 𝘁𝗼𝗼𝗹𝘀: Have visitors shop online or view photos of products online and call you to order. If you can deliver (or partner with another company…

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