kimberly blight

Kim Blight

Kimberly Blight is a writer based in Chicago. A mother of one, she is on a mission to improve the re-onboarding experience for parents when they return to work from leave. She currently works as a Program Manager at Sprout Social and also helps to lead their New Parent Program and Women's group.

More From Kim

  • Friend going through grief
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    How To Support A Mom-To-Be Following A Pregnancy Loss

    Learn how to be a supportive friend to a mom-to-be who experienced a pregnancy loss ahead of Mother's Day, a celebratory occasion for so many mothers.
    By Kim Blight
  • women helping women
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    How To Be A Sponsor For Women During Women’s History Month & Beyond

    March is women's history month, a great time to be a sponsor for women at work, home, school, and beyond. Use these tips to advocate for women.
    By Kim Blight
  • A Peek Inside Her Agenda: Tiffany Dufu
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    A Peek Inside Her Agenda: Tiffany Dufu

    “If you want something you’ve never had before, then you’ll need to do something you’ve never done before to get it.”  I first was inspired by these words from Tiffany Dufu watching her on stage in 2018 at the 99U … Read More
    By Kim Blight
  • woman setting goals
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    3 Things To Avoid When Setting Career Resolutions

    Setting specific career resolutions is important to reach professional goals. Even so, be mindful of what to avid when setting career resolutions.
    By Kim Blight
  • surviving the holiday season
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    Surviving The Holidays As A Working Mother

    The holiday season can be a busy time for parents. Whether you work remotely or in an office environment, you can survive the holidays as a working mother.
    By Kim Blight
  • preparing for the holiday season
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    Prep For The Holiday Season With Career-Focused Gifts

    Her Agenda is a digital media platform bridging the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. News, content, and a database of events and resources to help you get started or get to the next level of your career.
    By Kim Blight
  • pregnancy after a loss
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    Experiencing Pregnancy And Loss In The Workplace

    Experiencing pregnancy and loss is tough. That experience on top of being at work can be tougher. Learn how to handle such an event in the workplace.
    By Kim Blight
  • writing value statements for your goals
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    When Was The Last Time You Thought About Your Value Statements?

    The goal of knowing your value statements is to provide you with a guidepost for making decisions on what projects to take on and how to spend your time.
    By Kim Blight
  • online networking for women
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    How To Use Online Networking Groups To Your Advantage

    When considering online communities for networking, think about what type of support you need. From parenting to women in tech, there are many choices.
    By Kim Blight
  • setting goals for year
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    Checking In On Your New Year Resolutions

    With June coming to a close, we are almost halfway through the year. It is also a good time as ever to check-in on your goals or new year resolutions.
    By Kim Blight
  • allyship in the workplace
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    How To Step Up Allyship At Your Organization

    Allyship is great way to ensure a team is engaged and supporting one at work. It's one of the key factors in ensuring a diverse team at your organization.
    By Kim Blight
  • building a women's group
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    How To Build A Women’s Employee Resource Group (ERG) At Work

    A women's group provides a wealth of resources and networking opportunities to women within an organization. Whether your group is small or large, the impact of having a group of women supporting you can have lasting effects on your career.
    By Kim Blight
  • workplace support for new moms
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    Back To Reality: How To Support New Mothers In Their Transition Back To Work

    For new mothers in the workforce, returning to work can feel similar to the first day on a new job: stressful, anxiety-ridden, and a slew of other emotions. Many workplaces have made important strides in welcoming new mothers back into the workforce. With that said, there are many small shifts that managers, colleagues, and friends can take to ensure the transition back is a smooth one.
    By Kim Blight
  • Doing research on salary trends
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    How To Advocate For The Salary You Deserve Year-Round

    Her Agenda is a digital media platform bridging the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. News, content, and a database of events and resources to help you get started or get to the next level of your career.
    By Kim Blight
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