Money Making at Garage Sales

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By Chloe Pullan Who doesn't love a good garage sale?!! Basically, all my family loves them, and we go to garage sales throughout the summer. Even the kids...

SWSM Executive Women – Joann Waiters: Helping Pave the Way for Women in the...

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By Sarah Wall In most industries today, being a woman in the workforce is fortunately normal and common – so common, in fact, that we easily forget...

Social Media Can Get You Fired

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By Judy Carter Social media is a way to communicate by posting information or content on the internet.  This comes in many forms, through personal web pages, blogs,...

SWSM Executive Women – Ginger Siegel: Scrappy, Self-Reliant, and Unstoppable

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By Sarah Wall Ginger Siegel didn’t necessarily know what she wanted her ultimate career to look like when she was first starting out – and no one would...

West Virginia Treasurer Riley Moore: Start Early on College Savings

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By West Virginia State Treasurer Riley Moore It’s never too early to start saving for your child’s future. That’s what I tell West Virginia parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles...

SWSM Executive Women – Cathryn Scivicque: Living Out Her Father’s Wisdom

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By Sarah Wall When Cathryn Scivicque graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in Art Education and Fine Arts, surely she never dreamed she’d one day be...

Natalie Ghidotti: Wordsmith, Spin Doctor & Arkansas’ Premier PR Guru

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By Heather Pluard When she's not putting out fires, Natalie Ghidotti is trying to light them - figuratively speaking, of course! As the President and CEO of...

SWSM Executive Women – Amy Michaliszyn: Always Seize the Next Challenge

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By Sarah Wall Professional growth looks different from person to person, and from executive to executive. But whether someone’s career path involves working for 40 different firms, or...

Remembering 9/11: Peg Creonte Shares About “The Innate Goodness of People”

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By Peg Creonte On the morning of September 11, 2001, I was home with our two young boys, just 4 and 5 years old and days away from...

It’s Important that We Never Forget: Remembering September 11, 2001

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By Sarah Wall After 20 years – 7,300 days – it’s all too easy for the memory to fade. That’s 7,300 days of weddings, births, graduations; birthday parties,...
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