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Whitney Barkley

About Whitney Barkley

Whitney L. Barkley is a native of Columbus, Ohio that supports the success of millennial women who are entering the workforce. She is taking her experiences and translating them into career advice that helps with job retention, online branding, job searching, and career advancement. Whitney is currently the Associate Director of Marketing for a non-profit and enjoys mentoring youth and dabbling in to code. She is a proud wife, graduate of Wilberforce University, and member of the American Marketing Association.

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Wendy Diamond is the founder of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day; a holiday celebrated in 144 countries around the world recognizing women entrepreneurs everywhere for their strength and diligence. The entrepreneur-maven is also an author, pet lifestyle expert, television personality, and humanitarian. Wendy has … Read More

“What do you mean you’re making metal clothes? I don’t understand.” That was the response celebrity fashion designer Laurel DeWitt recalls receiving when she first told people her fashion line was only going to be made out of metal. At … Read More

Shiba Russell has no time to waste. As a single mom and full-time anchor, she fits in workouts when she can, and is driven by her passion to tell stories. Despite her on the go schedule she makes sure she … Read More

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The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

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