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A Call to Action on #BlackWomenEqualPayDay

By Simone D. Ross, CEO Today is a call to action. Today is the day the average Black woman in America will finally—after nine extra months of work—catch up to the pay of the average white man. Over the course of 40 years of full-time work, a Black woman stands to lose almost million […]

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#WomenCrushingWednesday: Judi Diaz Bonaquisti

Judi Diaz Bonacquisti, EdD It’s #WomenCrushingWednesday, but it’s also Latinx Heritage Month and we’re excited to profile Latinas in our network who are crushing it! First up is a Chicana who has more than a few legacies in the making. She is currently the Executive Director of Latinas First Foundation but is soon to be […]

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Disproportionality: How Black Women are Impacted by Student Loan Debt

By Guest Blogger: Candice M. Smith, Founder & CEO of Boss Generation Higher education has long been seen as a pathway to economic mobility and improved quality of life for many. However, when it comes to paying for college, many Black women are disproportionately impacted by student loan debt. This impact is largely due to […]

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Welcome, Kate!

Help us welcome our new Business Development Manager, Kate Hazelbaker! Kate is super pumped to join the team take her experiences from various industries and leverage them in a meaningful way. She is passionate about the mentors in our CWCC Community and how they can positively impact younger women in the workforce and prepare them […]

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Expert Emergency Care – when to seek this type of care

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, many people were afraid to seek emergency care in fear that they might get COVID. However, now that COVID has waned, a refresher on when and when not to go seek emergency care seems appropriate. Oftentimes when an emergency happens, it is never at a convenient time, and people get […]

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