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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.

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Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

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By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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6 Tips for Networking at a Panel Event

Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

Leah McSweeney is not afraid of standing up for what she believes in. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks or go after what she wants. Furthermore, she’s not afraid of failing. This fearless spirit manifests in all she … Read More

Financial expert Nicole Lapin is the millennial woman’s go to girl for all matters relating to dollars and cents. After starting her career in finance at the age of 18, Nicole Lapin has gone on to become the youngest anchor ever … Read More

When Vanessa K. De Luca shares her memories of making magazines with her mom as a little girl, you might think she always knew she wanted to work in media. But it wasn’t until after working in a completely unrelated industry … Read More

By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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The Fourth Annual Intern Queen Party Recap

Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

Leah McSweeney is not afraid of standing up for what she believes in. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks or go after what she wants. Furthermore, she’s not afraid of failing. This fearless spirit manifests in all she … Read More

Financial expert Nicole Lapin is the millennial woman’s go to girl for all matters relating to dollars and cents. After starting her career in finance at the age of 18, Nicole Lapin has gone on to become the youngest anchor ever … Read More

When Vanessa K. De Luca shares her memories of making magazines with her mom as a little girl, you might think she always knew she wanted to work in media. But it wasn’t until after working in a completely unrelated industry … Read More

By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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Why Rejection Isn’t The End Of The World

Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

Leah McSweeney is not afraid of standing up for what she believes in. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks or go after what she wants. Furthermore, she’s not afraid of failing. This fearless spirit manifests in all she … Read More

Financial expert Nicole Lapin is the millennial woman’s go to girl for all matters relating to dollars and cents. After starting her career in finance at the age of 18, Nicole Lapin has gone on to become the youngest anchor ever … Read More

When Vanessa K. De Luca shares her memories of making magazines with her mom as a little girl, you might think she always knew she wanted to work in media. But it wasn’t until after working in a completely unrelated industry … Read More

By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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RECAP: Women Interactive’s “Women Talk Tech”

Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

Leah McSweeney is not afraid of standing up for what she believes in. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks or go after what she wants. Furthermore, she’s not afraid of failing. This fearless spirit manifests in all she … Read More

Financial expert Nicole Lapin is the millennial woman’s go to girl for all matters relating to dollars and cents. After starting her career in finance at the age of 18, Nicole Lapin has gone on to become the youngest anchor ever … Read More

When Vanessa K. De Luca shares her memories of making magazines with her mom as a little girl, you might think she always knew she wanted to work in media. But it wasn’t until after working in a completely unrelated industry … Read More

By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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

Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

Leah McSweeney is not afraid of standing up for what she believes in. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks or go after what she wants. Furthermore, she’s not afraid of failing. This fearless spirit manifests in all she … Read More

Financial expert Nicole Lapin is the millennial woman’s go to girl for all matters relating to dollars and cents. After starting her career in finance at the age of 18, Nicole Lapin has gone on to become the youngest anchor ever … Read More

When Vanessa K. De Luca shares her memories of making magazines with her mom as a little girl, you might think she always knew she wanted to work in media. But it wasn’t until after working in a completely unrelated industry … Read More

By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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

Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

Leah McSweeney is not afraid of standing up for what she believes in. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks or go after what she wants. Furthermore, she’s not afraid of failing. This fearless spirit manifests in all she … Read More

Financial expert Nicole Lapin is the millennial woman’s go to girl for all matters relating to dollars and cents. After starting her career in finance at the age of 18, Nicole Lapin has gone on to become the youngest anchor ever … Read More

When Vanessa K. De Luca shares her memories of making magazines with her mom as a little girl, you might think she always knew she wanted to work in media. But it wasn’t until after working in a completely unrelated industry … Read More

By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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

Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

Leah McSweeney is not afraid of standing up for what she believes in. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks or go after what she wants. Furthermore, she’s not afraid of failing. This fearless spirit manifests in all she … Read More

Financial expert Nicole Lapin is the millennial woman’s go to girl for all matters relating to dollars and cents. After starting her career in finance at the age of 18, Nicole Lapin has gone on to become the youngest anchor ever … Read More

When Vanessa K. De Luca shares her memories of making magazines with her mom as a little girl, you might think she always knew she wanted to work in media. But it wasn’t until after working in a completely unrelated industry … Read More

By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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

Miko Branch along with her sister Titi Branch successfully launched Miss Jessie’s to cater to women with curly hair. We know them today as pioneers in the natural hair movement. In her new book titled “Miss Jessie’s: Creating A Successful … Read More

Lightning struck at a Dell Company seminar, where Liz Elam had been enjoying a career as one of their top sales executives. As part of a series of “aha” moments, Liz realized she wanted to be somewhere else. Just two … Read More

Sophia Chang is a hustler. The designer illustrator from Queens New York attended Parsons School of Design and today she works as an independent creative juggling multiple freelance projects that span the spectrum of graphic design, apparel, printmaking, media and … Read More

Leah McSweeney is not afraid of standing up for what she believes in. She’s not afraid to say what she thinks or go after what she wants. Furthermore, she’s not afraid of failing. This fearless spirit manifests in all she … Read More

Financial expert Nicole Lapin is the millennial woman’s go to girl for all matters relating to dollars and cents. After starting her career in finance at the age of 18, Nicole Lapin has gone on to become the youngest anchor ever … Read More

When Vanessa K. De Luca shares her memories of making magazines with her mom as a little girl, you might think she always knew she wanted to work in media. But it wasn’t until after working in a completely unrelated industry … Read More

By combining beauty with technology, Melody McCloskey is empowering stylists everywhere with the right business tools. As the co-founder and CEO of StyleSeat, an online marketplace for beauty and wellness services, Melody is working to change the beauty industry. In 2009, a … Read More

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, Laureen E. Seeger has found a way to make her presence felt as both a powerful business executive and as a woman. Currently serving as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at American Express, … Read More

The very first time I met Candice, we were introduced by the founder of Her Agenda, Nesha, at a brunch where they were both being honored. I was instantly won over by her contagious personality, which is full of excitement, knowledge and … Read More

It’s been five years since Julie Greenbaum started her non-profit organization, F*ck Cancer. It all started with a simple desire to raise money for the cause and bring people together during a difficult part of her life—losing her mother to … Read More

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