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Asha Boston

About Asha Boston

Asha Boston is currently a senior at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia. Upon receiving her degree in International Relations the Brooklyn, NY native plans to embark on a career in photo journalism to help her understand beauty beyond the standard ideologies of our culture. When she's not hitting the books, Asha spends her time traveling, reading and writing.

Why Rejection Isn’t The End Of The World

Arian Simone completed her first public relations assignment while living out of her car. After accepting a job offer in Los Angeles upon graduating from Florida A&M University, she would never have imagined losing that same position shortly after and … Read More

Dreams do come true. That’s the message behind Elisa Padilla’s career journey. The daughter of two blue collar working parents, growing up in Newark, New Jersey Padilla fell in love with the sport of basketball as a little girl, and … Read More

In the professional dance world a success story like Misty Copeland’s is almost unheard of. While most ballerinas develop their skills at age 7 or younger, Misty began her career at 13 at the local San Pedro Boys and Girls … Read More

Were you an average C-student in high school? Felecia Hatcher was but did not let her academic report card determine her future. She became a businesswoman in Miami at the ripe age of 17 and attended college after winning $100,000 … Read More

Educator, activist, and scholar are all titles that describe Dena Simmons. Whether she is working with teenage mothers in the Dominican Republic or shaping our nations’ future in a middle school classroom in the Bronx, Dena Simmons finds a way … Read More

Who would have thought that a series about a group of middle school girls running their own business would turn into a cultural phenomenon selling over 176 million copies, inspiring a television show and becoming the plot for a million … Read More

“My life has been one big failure in the sense that every mistake led me to another career opportunity or to push me into the next level of my dreams,” that’s the response from Former New York City Deputy Public … Read More

When she received the dreaded diagnoses of the chronic autoimmune disease lupus Michelle Gadsden-Williams had to rethink, reengineer and redefine her career. Through determination and putting her health first she was able to successfully remain in the top spot she … Read More

Teri Woods had no idea, as a legal secretary, that she would one day take on the task of creating a lineage of books that would be passed along eager hands, for years to come. She became a machine, helping … Read More

When Kelli Flournoy began her journey in public relations there was no reality television series to help guide or give any insight into the industry she was stepping into.  Jumping into the field in 2003 Kelli was almost clueless as … Read More

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RECAP: Women Interactive’s “Women Talk Tech”

Arian Simone completed her first public relations assignment while living out of her car. After accepting a job offer in Los Angeles upon graduating from Florida A&M University, she would never have imagined losing that same position shortly after and … Read More

Dreams do come true. That’s the message behind Elisa Padilla’s career journey. The daughter of two blue collar working parents, growing up in Newark, New Jersey Padilla fell in love with the sport of basketball as a little girl, and … Read More

In the professional dance world a success story like Misty Copeland’s is almost unheard of. While most ballerinas develop their skills at age 7 or younger, Misty began her career at 13 at the local San Pedro Boys and Girls … Read More

Were you an average C-student in high school? Felecia Hatcher was but did not let her academic report card determine her future. She became a businesswoman in Miami at the ripe age of 17 and attended college after winning $100,000 … Read More

Educator, activist, and scholar are all titles that describe Dena Simmons. Whether she is working with teenage mothers in the Dominican Republic or shaping our nations’ future in a middle school classroom in the Bronx, Dena Simmons finds a way … Read More

Who would have thought that a series about a group of middle school girls running their own business would turn into a cultural phenomenon selling over 176 million copies, inspiring a television show and becoming the plot for a million … Read More

“My life has been one big failure in the sense that every mistake led me to another career opportunity or to push me into the next level of my dreams,” that’s the response from Former New York City Deputy Public … Read More

When she received the dreaded diagnoses of the chronic autoimmune disease lupus Michelle Gadsden-Williams had to rethink, reengineer and redefine her career. Through determination and putting her health first she was able to successfully remain in the top spot she … Read More

Teri Woods had no idea, as a legal secretary, that she would one day take on the task of creating a lineage of books that would be passed along eager hands, for years to come. She became a machine, helping … Read More

When Kelli Flournoy began her journey in public relations there was no reality television series to help guide or give any insight into the industry she was stepping into.  Jumping into the field in 2003 Kelli was almost clueless as … Read More

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What It Takes: Two Teams Of Women Working Together For Their Fashion Dreams

Arian Simone completed her first public relations assignment while living out of her car. After accepting a job offer in Los Angeles upon graduating from Florida A&M University, she would never have imagined losing that same position shortly after and … Read More

Dreams do come true. That’s the message behind Elisa Padilla’s career journey. The daughter of two blue collar working parents, growing up in Newark, New Jersey Padilla fell in love with the sport of basketball as a little girl, and … Read More

In the professional dance world a success story like Misty Copeland’s is almost unheard of. While most ballerinas develop their skills at age 7 or younger, Misty began her career at 13 at the local San Pedro Boys and Girls … Read More

Were you an average C-student in high school? Felecia Hatcher was but did not let her academic report card determine her future. She became a businesswoman in Miami at the ripe age of 17 and attended college after winning $100,000 … Read More

Educator, activist, and scholar are all titles that describe Dena Simmons. Whether she is working with teenage mothers in the Dominican Republic or shaping our nations’ future in a middle school classroom in the Bronx, Dena Simmons finds a way … Read More

Who would have thought that a series about a group of middle school girls running their own business would turn into a cultural phenomenon selling over 176 million copies, inspiring a television show and becoming the plot for a million … Read More

“My life has been one big failure in the sense that every mistake led me to another career opportunity or to push me into the next level of my dreams,” that’s the response from Former New York City Deputy Public … Read More

When she received the dreaded diagnoses of the chronic autoimmune disease lupus Michelle Gadsden-Williams had to rethink, reengineer and redefine her career. Through determination and putting her health first she was able to successfully remain in the top spot she … Read More

Teri Woods had no idea, as a legal secretary, that she would one day take on the task of creating a lineage of books that would be passed along eager hands, for years to come. She became a machine, helping … Read More

When Kelli Flournoy began her journey in public relations there was no reality television series to help guide or give any insight into the industry she was stepping into.  Jumping into the field in 2003 Kelli was almost clueless as … Read More

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RECAP: Her Agenda Hosts Panel Discussion For Next Generation Women Leaders

Arian Simone completed her first public relations assignment while living out of her car. After accepting a job offer in Los Angeles upon graduating from Florida A&M University, she would never have imagined losing that same position shortly after and … Read More

Dreams do come true. That’s the message behind Elisa Padilla’s career journey. The daughter of two blue collar working parents, growing up in Newark, New Jersey Padilla fell in love with the sport of basketball as a little girl, and … Read More

In the professional dance world a success story like Misty Copeland’s is almost unheard of. While most ballerinas develop their skills at age 7 or younger, Misty began her career at 13 at the local San Pedro Boys and Girls … Read More

Were you an average C-student in high school? Felecia Hatcher was but did not let her academic report card determine her future. She became a businesswoman in Miami at the ripe age of 17 and attended college after winning $100,000 … Read More

Educator, activist, and scholar are all titles that describe Dena Simmons. Whether she is working with teenage mothers in the Dominican Republic or shaping our nations’ future in a middle school classroom in the Bronx, Dena Simmons finds a way … Read More

Who would have thought that a series about a group of middle school girls running their own business would turn into a cultural phenomenon selling over 176 million copies, inspiring a television show and becoming the plot for a million … Read More

“My life has been one big failure in the sense that every mistake led me to another career opportunity or to push me into the next level of my dreams,” that’s the response from Former New York City Deputy Public … Read More

When she received the dreaded diagnoses of the chronic autoimmune disease lupus Michelle Gadsden-Williams had to rethink, reengineer and redefine her career. Through determination and putting her health first she was able to successfully remain in the top spot she … Read More

Teri Woods had no idea, as a legal secretary, that she would one day take on the task of creating a lineage of books that would be passed along eager hands, for years to come. She became a machine, helping … Read More

When Kelli Flournoy began her journey in public relations there was no reality television series to help guide or give any insight into the industry she was stepping into.  Jumping into the field in 2003 Kelli was almost clueless as … Read More

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RECAP: Salary Negotiation – Will Millennial Women Be The Ones To Close The Gender Pay Gap? #herpaycheck

Arian Simone completed her first public relations assignment while living out of her car. After accepting a job offer in Los Angeles upon graduating from Florida A&M University, she would never have imagined losing that same position shortly after and … Read More

Dreams do come true. That’s the message behind Elisa Padilla’s career journey. The daughter of two blue collar working parents, growing up in Newark, New Jersey Padilla fell in love with the sport of basketball as a little girl, and … Read More

In the professional dance world a success story like Misty Copeland’s is almost unheard of. While most ballerinas develop their skills at age 7 or younger, Misty began her career at 13 at the local San Pedro Boys and Girls … Read More

Were you an average C-student in high school? Felecia Hatcher was but did not let her academic report card determine her future. She became a businesswoman in Miami at the ripe age of 17 and attended college after winning $100,000 … Read More

Educator, activist, and scholar are all titles that describe Dena Simmons. Whether she is working with teenage mothers in the Dominican Republic or shaping our nations’ future in a middle school classroom in the Bronx, Dena Simmons finds a way … Read More

Who would have thought that a series about a group of middle school girls running their own business would turn into a cultural phenomenon selling over 176 million copies, inspiring a television show and becoming the plot for a million … Read More

“My life has been one big failure in the sense that every mistake led me to another career opportunity or to push me into the next level of my dreams,” that’s the response from Former New York City Deputy Public … Read More

When she received the dreaded diagnoses of the chronic autoimmune disease lupus Michelle Gadsden-Williams had to rethink, reengineer and redefine her career. Through determination and putting her health first she was able to successfully remain in the top spot she … Read More

Teri Woods had no idea, as a legal secretary, that she would one day take on the task of creating a lineage of books that would be passed along eager hands, for years to come. She became a machine, helping … Read More

When Kelli Flournoy began her journey in public relations there was no reality television series to help guide or give any insight into the industry she was stepping into.  Jumping into the field in 2003 Kelli was almost clueless as … Read More

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Barbie Had Over 130 Jobs But That Doesn’t Mean You Should

Arian Simone completed her first public relations assignment while living out of her car. After accepting a job offer in Los Angeles upon graduating from Florida A&M University, she would never have imagined losing that same position shortly after and … Read More

Dreams do come true. That’s the message behind Elisa Padilla’s career journey. The daughter of two blue collar working parents, growing up in Newark, New Jersey Padilla fell in love with the sport of basketball as a little girl, and … Read More

In the professional dance world a success story like Misty Copeland’s is almost unheard of. While most ballerinas develop their skills at age 7 or younger, Misty began her career at 13 at the local San Pedro Boys and Girls … Read More

Were you an average C-student in high school? Felecia Hatcher was but did not let her academic report card determine her future. She became a businesswoman in Miami at the ripe age of 17 and attended college after winning $100,000 … Read More

Educator, activist, and scholar are all titles that describe Dena Simmons. Whether she is working with teenage mothers in the Dominican Republic or shaping our nations’ future in a middle school classroom in the Bronx, Dena Simmons finds a way … Read More

Who would have thought that a series about a group of middle school girls running their own business would turn into a cultural phenomenon selling over 176 million copies, inspiring a television show and becoming the plot for a million … Read More

“My life has been one big failure in the sense that every mistake led me to another career opportunity or to push me into the next level of my dreams,” that’s the response from Former New York City Deputy Public … Read More

When she received the dreaded diagnoses of the chronic autoimmune disease lupus Michelle Gadsden-Williams had to rethink, reengineer and redefine her career. Through determination and putting her health first she was able to successfully remain in the top spot she … Read More

Teri Woods had no idea, as a legal secretary, that she would one day take on the task of creating a lineage of books that would be passed along eager hands, for years to come. She became a machine, helping … Read More

When Kelli Flournoy began her journey in public relations there was no reality television series to help guide or give any insight into the industry she was stepping into.  Jumping into the field in 2003 Kelli was almost clueless as … Read More

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