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Tiffany Patterson

About Tiffany Patterson

Tiffany Patterson is an Educator and Writer trying to navigate the alternate universe some like to call New York City. Going confidently in the direction of her dreams you can follow her on twitter @writethev

Senator Kristen Gillibrand in Conversation With Gloria Steiniem

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

BRIKA was founded by two women who believe that pursuing one’s passion pays off in a big way. Both Kena Paranjape, co-founder and Crafter of Brand, and Jen Lee Ross, co-founder and Builder of Business, had strong business corporate backgrounds … Read More

There is simply so much to love about the Esendemir Sisters. Instead of staying on a traditional path, Fusun, Arzu, and Gonca decided to take the road less traveled and fuse their respective talents together to build a team strong … Read More

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

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Sharon Carpenter Shares Her Advice On Natural Hair, Making It In The Media Industry

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

BRIKA was founded by two women who believe that pursuing one’s passion pays off in a big way. Both Kena Paranjape, co-founder and Crafter of Brand, and Jen Lee Ross, co-founder and Builder of Business, had strong business corporate backgrounds … Read More

There is simply so much to love about the Esendemir Sisters. Instead of staying on a traditional path, Fusun, Arzu, and Gonca decided to take the road less traveled and fuse their respective talents together to build a team strong … Read More

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

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How You Can Travel Without Taking Vacation Days

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

BRIKA was founded by two women who believe that pursuing one’s passion pays off in a big way. Both Kena Paranjape, co-founder and Crafter of Brand, and Jen Lee Ross, co-founder and Builder of Business, had strong business corporate backgrounds … Read More

There is simply so much to love about the Esendemir Sisters. Instead of staying on a traditional path, Fusun, Arzu, and Gonca decided to take the road less traveled and fuse their respective talents together to build a team strong … Read More

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

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David Lynch Foundation Panel Recap: ‘Stress is the black plague of the 21st century’

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

BRIKA was founded by two women who believe that pursuing one’s passion pays off in a big way. Both Kena Paranjape, co-founder and Crafter of Brand, and Jen Lee Ross, co-founder and Builder of Business, had strong business corporate backgrounds … Read More

There is simply so much to love about the Esendemir Sisters. Instead of staying on a traditional path, Fusun, Arzu, and Gonca decided to take the road less traveled and fuse their respective talents together to build a team strong … Read More

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

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Representing Yourself | Tools To Market Your Brand

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

BRIKA was founded by two women who believe that pursuing one’s passion pays off in a big way. Both Kena Paranjape, co-founder and Crafter of Brand, and Jen Lee Ross, co-founder and Builder of Business, had strong business corporate backgrounds … Read More

There is simply so much to love about the Esendemir Sisters. Instead of staying on a traditional path, Fusun, Arzu, and Gonca decided to take the road less traveled and fuse their respective talents together to build a team strong … Read More

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

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What To Wear To Work During The Summer

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

BRIKA was founded by two women who believe that pursuing one’s passion pays off in a big way. Both Kena Paranjape, co-founder and Crafter of Brand, and Jen Lee Ross, co-founder and Builder of Business, had strong business corporate backgrounds … Read More

There is simply so much to love about the Esendemir Sisters. Instead of staying on a traditional path, Fusun, Arzu, and Gonca decided to take the road less traveled and fuse their respective talents together to build a team strong … Read More

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

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