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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

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

The fight for equality for women has been a long and tumultuous battle. From the suffrage movement of the early 20th century to the current battle for equal pay for equal work. The movement has achieved many victories yet there are … Read More

From the moment I got on the phone with Anjula Acharia-Bath, she was never at a loss for words. I was a little shocked. People, in general, respond differently to phone calls with people they, just, don’t know. But Anjula … Read More

A self-made successful woman hailing from Elizabeth New Jersey, Karen Civil leveraged her skills to create opportunities and forge key relationships that helped those around her and also helped her to grow to the next level. Ever since launching her site in … Read More

It is becoming more common to hear of millennials – specifically women—shattering glass ceilings across a variety of sectors. From technology to finance, government and even nonprofit, women are becoming trailblazers in industries that need them the most. And while … Read More

If we’re smart, and motivated enough, our greatest obstacles in life can serve as a catalyst to something great. Whether it’s an invention, a revelation, or an opportunity to create change. For Nina Restieri, a mother of four, her challenge … Read More

Before moving to New York to combine her passion for tech and comedy, Ashley Gavin was a software engineer at a research laboratory in MIT, where she worked on different national security problems. Following her time at MIT, Ashley co-founded … Read More

From The Washington Post to the Daily Beast, Newsweek, and now back at the Post, Robin Givhan has shared her criticism–the good, bad and ugly–about not just fashion but how it plays a role in our lives. Her journalistic flair … Read More

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The Fourth Annual Intern Queen Party Recap

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

The fight for equality for women has been a long and tumultuous battle. From the suffrage movement of the early 20th century to the current battle for equal pay for equal work. The movement has achieved many victories yet there are … Read More

From the moment I got on the phone with Anjula Acharia-Bath, she was never at a loss for words. I was a little shocked. People, in general, respond differently to phone calls with people they, just, don’t know. But Anjula … Read More

A self-made successful woman hailing from Elizabeth New Jersey, Karen Civil leveraged her skills to create opportunities and forge key relationships that helped those around her and also helped her to grow to the next level. Ever since launching her site in … Read More

It is becoming more common to hear of millennials – specifically women—shattering glass ceilings across a variety of sectors. From technology to finance, government and even nonprofit, women are becoming trailblazers in industries that need them the most. And while … Read More

If we’re smart, and motivated enough, our greatest obstacles in life can serve as a catalyst to something great. Whether it’s an invention, a revelation, or an opportunity to create change. For Nina Restieri, a mother of four, her challenge … Read More

Before moving to New York to combine her passion for tech and comedy, Ashley Gavin was a software engineer at a research laboratory in MIT, where she worked on different national security problems. Following her time at MIT, Ashley co-founded … Read More

From The Washington Post to the Daily Beast, Newsweek, and now back at the Post, Robin Givhan has shared her criticism–the good, bad and ugly–about not just fashion but how it plays a role in our lives. Her journalistic flair … Read More

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Why Rejection Isn’t The End Of The World

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

The fight for equality for women has been a long and tumultuous battle. From the suffrage movement of the early 20th century to the current battle for equal pay for equal work. The movement has achieved many victories yet there are … Read More

From the moment I got on the phone with Anjula Acharia-Bath, she was never at a loss for words. I was a little shocked. People, in general, respond differently to phone calls with people they, just, don’t know. But Anjula … Read More

A self-made successful woman hailing from Elizabeth New Jersey, Karen Civil leveraged her skills to create opportunities and forge key relationships that helped those around her and also helped her to grow to the next level. Ever since launching her site in … Read More

It is becoming more common to hear of millennials – specifically women—shattering glass ceilings across a variety of sectors. From technology to finance, government and even nonprofit, women are becoming trailblazers in industries that need them the most. And while … Read More

If we’re smart, and motivated enough, our greatest obstacles in life can serve as a catalyst to something great. Whether it’s an invention, a revelation, or an opportunity to create change. For Nina Restieri, a mother of four, her challenge … Read More

Before moving to New York to combine her passion for tech and comedy, Ashley Gavin was a software engineer at a research laboratory in MIT, where she worked on different national security problems. Following her time at MIT, Ashley co-founded … Read More

From The Washington Post to the Daily Beast, Newsweek, and now back at the Post, Robin Givhan has shared her criticism–the good, bad and ugly–about not just fashion but how it plays a role in our lives. Her journalistic flair … Read More

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RECAP: Women Interactive’s “Women Talk Tech”

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

The fight for equality for women has been a long and tumultuous battle. From the suffrage movement of the early 20th century to the current battle for equal pay for equal work. The movement has achieved many victories yet there are … Read More

From the moment I got on the phone with Anjula Acharia-Bath, she was never at a loss for words. I was a little shocked. People, in general, respond differently to phone calls with people they, just, don’t know. But Anjula … Read More

A self-made successful woman hailing from Elizabeth New Jersey, Karen Civil leveraged her skills to create opportunities and forge key relationships that helped those around her and also helped her to grow to the next level. Ever since launching her site in … Read More

It is becoming more common to hear of millennials – specifically women—shattering glass ceilings across a variety of sectors. From technology to finance, government and even nonprofit, women are becoming trailblazers in industries that need them the most. And while … Read More

If we’re smart, and motivated enough, our greatest obstacles in life can serve as a catalyst to something great. Whether it’s an invention, a revelation, or an opportunity to create change. For Nina Restieri, a mother of four, her challenge … Read More

Before moving to New York to combine her passion for tech and comedy, Ashley Gavin was a software engineer at a research laboratory in MIT, where she worked on different national security problems. Following her time at MIT, Ashley co-founded … Read More

From The Washington Post to the Daily Beast, Newsweek, and now back at the Post, Robin Givhan has shared her criticism–the good, bad and ugly–about not just fashion but how it plays a role in our lives. Her journalistic flair … Read More

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

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

The fight for equality for women has been a long and tumultuous battle. From the suffrage movement of the early 20th century to the current battle for equal pay for equal work. The movement has achieved many victories yet there are … Read More

From the moment I got on the phone with Anjula Acharia-Bath, she was never at a loss for words. I was a little shocked. People, in general, respond differently to phone calls with people they, just, don’t know. But Anjula … Read More

A self-made successful woman hailing from Elizabeth New Jersey, Karen Civil leveraged her skills to create opportunities and forge key relationships that helped those around her and also helped her to grow to the next level. Ever since launching her site in … Read More

It is becoming more common to hear of millennials – specifically women—shattering glass ceilings across a variety of sectors. From technology to finance, government and even nonprofit, women are becoming trailblazers in industries that need them the most. And while … Read More

If we’re smart, and motivated enough, our greatest obstacles in life can serve as a catalyst to something great. Whether it’s an invention, a revelation, or an opportunity to create change. For Nina Restieri, a mother of four, her challenge … Read More

Before moving to New York to combine her passion for tech and comedy, Ashley Gavin was a software engineer at a research laboratory in MIT, where she worked on different national security problems. Following her time at MIT, Ashley co-founded … Read More

From The Washington Post to the Daily Beast, Newsweek, and now back at the Post, Robin Givhan has shared her criticism–the good, bad and ugly–about not just fashion but how it plays a role in our lives. Her journalistic flair … Read More

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

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

The fight for equality for women has been a long and tumultuous battle. From the suffrage movement of the early 20th century to the current battle for equal pay for equal work. The movement has achieved many victories yet there are … Read More

From the moment I got on the phone with Anjula Acharia-Bath, she was never at a loss for words. I was a little shocked. People, in general, respond differently to phone calls with people they, just, don’t know. But Anjula … Read More

A self-made successful woman hailing from Elizabeth New Jersey, Karen Civil leveraged her skills to create opportunities and forge key relationships that helped those around her and also helped her to grow to the next level. Ever since launching her site in … Read More

It is becoming more common to hear of millennials – specifically women—shattering glass ceilings across a variety of sectors. From technology to finance, government and even nonprofit, women are becoming trailblazers in industries that need them the most. And while … Read More

If we’re smart, and motivated enough, our greatest obstacles in life can serve as a catalyst to something great. Whether it’s an invention, a revelation, or an opportunity to create change. For Nina Restieri, a mother of four, her challenge … Read More

Before moving to New York to combine her passion for tech and comedy, Ashley Gavin was a software engineer at a research laboratory in MIT, where she worked on different national security problems. Following her time at MIT, Ashley co-founded … Read More

From The Washington Post to the Daily Beast, Newsweek, and now back at the Post, Robin Givhan has shared her criticism–the good, bad and ugly–about not just fashion but how it plays a role in our lives. Her journalistic flair … Read More

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

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

The fight for equality for women has been a long and tumultuous battle. From the suffrage movement of the early 20th century to the current battle for equal pay for equal work. The movement has achieved many victories yet there are … Read More

From the moment I got on the phone with Anjula Acharia-Bath, she was never at a loss for words. I was a little shocked. People, in general, respond differently to phone calls with people they, just, don’t know. But Anjula … Read More

A self-made successful woman hailing from Elizabeth New Jersey, Karen Civil leveraged her skills to create opportunities and forge key relationships that helped those around her and also helped her to grow to the next level. Ever since launching her site in … Read More

It is becoming more common to hear of millennials – specifically women—shattering glass ceilings across a variety of sectors. From technology to finance, government and even nonprofit, women are becoming trailblazers in industries that need them the most. And while … Read More

If we’re smart, and motivated enough, our greatest obstacles in life can serve as a catalyst to something great. Whether it’s an invention, a revelation, or an opportunity to create change. For Nina Restieri, a mother of four, her challenge … Read More

Before moving to New York to combine her passion for tech and comedy, Ashley Gavin was a software engineer at a research laboratory in MIT, where she worked on different national security problems. Following her time at MIT, Ashley co-founded … Read More

From The Washington Post to the Daily Beast, Newsweek, and now back at the Post, Robin Givhan has shared her criticism–the good, bad and ugly–about not just fashion but how it plays a role in our lives. Her journalistic flair … Read More

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

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

The fight for equality for women has been a long and tumultuous battle. From the suffrage movement of the early 20th century to the current battle for equal pay for equal work. The movement has achieved many victories yet there are … Read More

From the moment I got on the phone with Anjula Acharia-Bath, she was never at a loss for words. I was a little shocked. People, in general, respond differently to phone calls with people they, just, don’t know. But Anjula … Read More

A self-made successful woman hailing from Elizabeth New Jersey, Karen Civil leveraged her skills to create opportunities and forge key relationships that helped those around her and also helped her to grow to the next level. Ever since launching her site in … Read More

It is becoming more common to hear of millennials – specifically women—shattering glass ceilings across a variety of sectors. From technology to finance, government and even nonprofit, women are becoming trailblazers in industries that need them the most. And while … Read More

If we’re smart, and motivated enough, our greatest obstacles in life can serve as a catalyst to something great. Whether it’s an invention, a revelation, or an opportunity to create change. For Nina Restieri, a mother of four, her challenge … Read More

Before moving to New York to combine her passion for tech and comedy, Ashley Gavin was a software engineer at a research laboratory in MIT, where she worked on different national security problems. Following her time at MIT, Ashley co-founded … Read More

From The Washington Post to the Daily Beast, Newsweek, and now back at the Post, Robin Givhan has shared her criticism–the good, bad and ugly–about not just fashion but how it plays a role in our lives. Her journalistic flair … Read More

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