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Asha Boston

About Asha Boston

Asha Boston is a freelance photojournalist and proud, recent grad of Agnes Scott College. Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, she spends her days writing articles and acting as the director and executive producer of her documentary series, The Dinner Table.

6 Tips for Networking at a Panel Event

It’s no secret that women in the United States are actively breaking boundaries and shattering glass ceilings left and right in various sectors. And while we’re making many historical gains, the fact still remains that in 2014, according to the U.S. … Read More

It is an understatement to say that Nikki Fowler is fiercely intelligent and driven. In her spare time as a kid, she studied computer programming and often left 5th grade for hours at a time to take college SAT practice tests. Later, she … Read More

When we think of women in tech, the focus tends to be primarily on women in the software and coding fields. It’s not often that the conversation focuses on women who actually design the products that house the software. We don’t … Read More

Up and coming Interior Designer Danielle Arps could design your future startup office. Let that be your motivation. After graduating from Pratt University with a Masters of Science in Interior Design, Arps began working for interior designers who were running their own … Read More

The moment that set the stage for international media mogul Arianna Huffington’s career almost didn’t happen. In her senior year of college she was offered a book contract, and essentially said to the publisher, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’ At the … Read More

When we asked Rebecca Rachmany, CEO of Gangly Sister, why there are so few women in the technology field, she said “The fundamental problem is that girls don’t imagine themselves as being tech workers when they grow up.” A major … Read More

Years after our childhood, we still think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Hilary Banks as our friend (in our heads) who always dressed her best and dated good looking men while pursuing a career in television as a … Read More

With just five minutes to spare before going live on air in the midst of the constant buzz on NBC’s New York Live set, journalist Jacque Reid still finds a moment to catch up with her co-host, greet her guests, … Read More

“I didn’t have a strategy.” When’s the last time you’ve heard that? And yet, Danyel Smith has held positions across multiple media platforms. She climbed her way to success and interviewed some of music’s biggest stars –and still, with no … Read More

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that … Read More

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The Fourth Annual Intern Queen Party Recap

It’s no secret that women in the United States are actively breaking boundaries and shattering glass ceilings left and right in various sectors. And while we’re making many historical gains, the fact still remains that in 2014, according to the U.S. … Read More

It is an understatement to say that Nikki Fowler is fiercely intelligent and driven. In her spare time as a kid, she studied computer programming and often left 5th grade for hours at a time to take college SAT practice tests. Later, she … Read More

When we think of women in tech, the focus tends to be primarily on women in the software and coding fields. It’s not often that the conversation focuses on women who actually design the products that house the software. We don’t … Read More

Up and coming Interior Designer Danielle Arps could design your future startup office. Let that be your motivation. After graduating from Pratt University with a Masters of Science in Interior Design, Arps began working for interior designers who were running their own … Read More

The moment that set the stage for international media mogul Arianna Huffington’s career almost didn’t happen. In her senior year of college she was offered a book contract, and essentially said to the publisher, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’ At the … Read More

When we asked Rebecca Rachmany, CEO of Gangly Sister, why there are so few women in the technology field, she said “The fundamental problem is that girls don’t imagine themselves as being tech workers when they grow up.” A major … Read More

Years after our childhood, we still think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Hilary Banks as our friend (in our heads) who always dressed her best and dated good looking men while pursuing a career in television as a … Read More

With just five minutes to spare before going live on air in the midst of the constant buzz on NBC’s New York Live set, journalist Jacque Reid still finds a moment to catch up with her co-host, greet her guests, … Read More

“I didn’t have a strategy.” When’s the last time you’ve heard that? And yet, Danyel Smith has held positions across multiple media platforms. She climbed her way to success and interviewed some of music’s biggest stars –and still, with no … Read More

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that … Read More

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Why Rejection Isn’t The End Of The World

It’s no secret that women in the United States are actively breaking boundaries and shattering glass ceilings left and right in various sectors. And while we’re making many historical gains, the fact still remains that in 2014, according to the U.S. … Read More

It is an understatement to say that Nikki Fowler is fiercely intelligent and driven. In her spare time as a kid, she studied computer programming and often left 5th grade for hours at a time to take college SAT practice tests. Later, she … Read More

When we think of women in tech, the focus tends to be primarily on women in the software and coding fields. It’s not often that the conversation focuses on women who actually design the products that house the software. We don’t … Read More

Up and coming Interior Designer Danielle Arps could design your future startup office. Let that be your motivation. After graduating from Pratt University with a Masters of Science in Interior Design, Arps began working for interior designers who were running their own … Read More

The moment that set the stage for international media mogul Arianna Huffington’s career almost didn’t happen. In her senior year of college she was offered a book contract, and essentially said to the publisher, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’ At the … Read More

When we asked Rebecca Rachmany, CEO of Gangly Sister, why there are so few women in the technology field, she said “The fundamental problem is that girls don’t imagine themselves as being tech workers when they grow up.” A major … Read More

Years after our childhood, we still think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Hilary Banks as our friend (in our heads) who always dressed her best and dated good looking men while pursuing a career in television as a … Read More

With just five minutes to spare before going live on air in the midst of the constant buzz on NBC’s New York Live set, journalist Jacque Reid still finds a moment to catch up with her co-host, greet her guests, … Read More

“I didn’t have a strategy.” When’s the last time you’ve heard that? And yet, Danyel Smith has held positions across multiple media platforms. She climbed her way to success and interviewed some of music’s biggest stars –and still, with no … Read More

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that … Read More

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RECAP: Women Interactive’s “Women Talk Tech”

It’s no secret that women in the United States are actively breaking boundaries and shattering glass ceilings left and right in various sectors. And while we’re making many historical gains, the fact still remains that in 2014, according to the U.S. … Read More

It is an understatement to say that Nikki Fowler is fiercely intelligent and driven. In her spare time as a kid, she studied computer programming and often left 5th grade for hours at a time to take college SAT practice tests. Later, she … Read More

When we think of women in tech, the focus tends to be primarily on women in the software and coding fields. It’s not often that the conversation focuses on women who actually design the products that house the software. We don’t … Read More

Up and coming Interior Designer Danielle Arps could design your future startup office. Let that be your motivation. After graduating from Pratt University with a Masters of Science in Interior Design, Arps began working for interior designers who were running their own … Read More

The moment that set the stage for international media mogul Arianna Huffington’s career almost didn’t happen. In her senior year of college she was offered a book contract, and essentially said to the publisher, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’ At the … Read More

When we asked Rebecca Rachmany, CEO of Gangly Sister, why there are so few women in the technology field, she said “The fundamental problem is that girls don’t imagine themselves as being tech workers when they grow up.” A major … Read More

Years after our childhood, we still think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Hilary Banks as our friend (in our heads) who always dressed her best and dated good looking men while pursuing a career in television as a … Read More

With just five minutes to spare before going live on air in the midst of the constant buzz on NBC’s New York Live set, journalist Jacque Reid still finds a moment to catch up with her co-host, greet her guests, … Read More

“I didn’t have a strategy.” When’s the last time you’ve heard that? And yet, Danyel Smith has held positions across multiple media platforms. She climbed her way to success and interviewed some of music’s biggest stars –and still, with no … Read More

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that … Read More

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

It’s no secret that women in the United States are actively breaking boundaries and shattering glass ceilings left and right in various sectors. And while we’re making many historical gains, the fact still remains that in 2014, according to the U.S. … Read More

It is an understatement to say that Nikki Fowler is fiercely intelligent and driven. In her spare time as a kid, she studied computer programming and often left 5th grade for hours at a time to take college SAT practice tests. Later, she … Read More

When we think of women in tech, the focus tends to be primarily on women in the software and coding fields. It’s not often that the conversation focuses on women who actually design the products that house the software. We don’t … Read More

Up and coming Interior Designer Danielle Arps could design your future startup office. Let that be your motivation. After graduating from Pratt University with a Masters of Science in Interior Design, Arps began working for interior designers who were running their own … Read More

The moment that set the stage for international media mogul Arianna Huffington’s career almost didn’t happen. In her senior year of college she was offered a book contract, and essentially said to the publisher, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’ At the … Read More

When we asked Rebecca Rachmany, CEO of Gangly Sister, why there are so few women in the technology field, she said “The fundamental problem is that girls don’t imagine themselves as being tech workers when they grow up.” A major … Read More

Years after our childhood, we still think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Hilary Banks as our friend (in our heads) who always dressed her best and dated good looking men while pursuing a career in television as a … Read More

With just five minutes to spare before going live on air in the midst of the constant buzz on NBC’s New York Live set, journalist Jacque Reid still finds a moment to catch up with her co-host, greet her guests, … Read More

“I didn’t have a strategy.” When’s the last time you’ve heard that? And yet, Danyel Smith has held positions across multiple media platforms. She climbed her way to success and interviewed some of music’s biggest stars –and still, with no … Read More

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that … Read More

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

It’s no secret that women in the United States are actively breaking boundaries and shattering glass ceilings left and right in various sectors. And while we’re making many historical gains, the fact still remains that in 2014, according to the U.S. … Read More

It is an understatement to say that Nikki Fowler is fiercely intelligent and driven. In her spare time as a kid, she studied computer programming and often left 5th grade for hours at a time to take college SAT practice tests. Later, she … Read More

When we think of women in tech, the focus tends to be primarily on women in the software and coding fields. It’s not often that the conversation focuses on women who actually design the products that house the software. We don’t … Read More

Up and coming Interior Designer Danielle Arps could design your future startup office. Let that be your motivation. After graduating from Pratt University with a Masters of Science in Interior Design, Arps began working for interior designers who were running their own … Read More

The moment that set the stage for international media mogul Arianna Huffington’s career almost didn’t happen. In her senior year of college she was offered a book contract, and essentially said to the publisher, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’ At the … Read More

When we asked Rebecca Rachmany, CEO of Gangly Sister, why there are so few women in the technology field, she said “The fundamental problem is that girls don’t imagine themselves as being tech workers when they grow up.” A major … Read More

Years after our childhood, we still think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Hilary Banks as our friend (in our heads) who always dressed her best and dated good looking men while pursuing a career in television as a … Read More

With just five minutes to spare before going live on air in the midst of the constant buzz on NBC’s New York Live set, journalist Jacque Reid still finds a moment to catch up with her co-host, greet her guests, … Read More

“I didn’t have a strategy.” When’s the last time you’ve heard that? And yet, Danyel Smith has held positions across multiple media platforms. She climbed her way to success and interviewed some of music’s biggest stars –and still, with no … Read More

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that … Read More

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

It’s no secret that women in the United States are actively breaking boundaries and shattering glass ceilings left and right in various sectors. And while we’re making many historical gains, the fact still remains that in 2014, according to the U.S. … Read More

It is an understatement to say that Nikki Fowler is fiercely intelligent and driven. In her spare time as a kid, she studied computer programming and often left 5th grade for hours at a time to take college SAT practice tests. Later, she … Read More

When we think of women in tech, the focus tends to be primarily on women in the software and coding fields. It’s not often that the conversation focuses on women who actually design the products that house the software. We don’t … Read More

Up and coming Interior Designer Danielle Arps could design your future startup office. Let that be your motivation. After graduating from Pratt University with a Masters of Science in Interior Design, Arps began working for interior designers who were running their own … Read More

The moment that set the stage for international media mogul Arianna Huffington’s career almost didn’t happen. In her senior year of college she was offered a book contract, and essentially said to the publisher, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’ At the … Read More

When we asked Rebecca Rachmany, CEO of Gangly Sister, why there are so few women in the technology field, she said “The fundamental problem is that girls don’t imagine themselves as being tech workers when they grow up.” A major … Read More

Years after our childhood, we still think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Hilary Banks as our friend (in our heads) who always dressed her best and dated good looking men while pursuing a career in television as a … Read More

With just five minutes to spare before going live on air in the midst of the constant buzz on NBC’s New York Live set, journalist Jacque Reid still finds a moment to catch up with her co-host, greet her guests, … Read More

“I didn’t have a strategy.” When’s the last time you’ve heard that? And yet, Danyel Smith has held positions across multiple media platforms. She climbed her way to success and interviewed some of music’s biggest stars –and still, with no … Read More

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that … Read More

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

It’s no secret that women in the United States are actively breaking boundaries and shattering glass ceilings left and right in various sectors. And while we’re making many historical gains, the fact still remains that in 2014, according to the U.S. … Read More

It is an understatement to say that Nikki Fowler is fiercely intelligent and driven. In her spare time as a kid, she studied computer programming and often left 5th grade for hours at a time to take college SAT practice tests. Later, she … Read More

When we think of women in tech, the focus tends to be primarily on women in the software and coding fields. It’s not often that the conversation focuses on women who actually design the products that house the software. We don’t … Read More

Up and coming Interior Designer Danielle Arps could design your future startup office. Let that be your motivation. After graduating from Pratt University with a Masters of Science in Interior Design, Arps began working for interior designers who were running their own … Read More

The moment that set the stage for international media mogul Arianna Huffington’s career almost didn’t happen. In her senior year of college she was offered a book contract, and essentially said to the publisher, ‘thanks, but no thanks.’ At the … Read More

When we asked Rebecca Rachmany, CEO of Gangly Sister, why there are so few women in the technology field, she said “The fundamental problem is that girls don’t imagine themselves as being tech workers when they grow up.” A major … Read More

Years after our childhood, we still think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’s Hilary Banks as our friend (in our heads) who always dressed her best and dated good looking men while pursuing a career in television as a … Read More

With just five minutes to spare before going live on air in the midst of the constant buzz on NBC’s New York Live set, journalist Jacque Reid still finds a moment to catch up with her co-host, greet her guests, … Read More

“I didn’t have a strategy.” When’s the last time you’ve heard that? And yet, Danyel Smith has held positions across multiple media platforms. She climbed her way to success and interviewed some of music’s biggest stars –and still, with no … Read More

After working in the business and internet world for several years, Leslie Fishlock had become the go-to woman when her friends and family needed tech help. As Leslie began helping more and more women, it was then that she realized that … Read More

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