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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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Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

Think about the last time you made a meaningful work-related connection. The type of connection that lasted beyond the exchange of business cards. Chances are it’s been a while. And to make things worse, you’re probably missing out on opportunities … Read More

“I’ve done some pretty big pivots in my life. I went from engineer to the business side of venture capital to entrepreneurship, and I feel like everything that I’ve done has prepared me for this — [Landit],” Lisa Skeete Tatum, CEO … Read More

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