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Aman Basra

About Aman Basra

Aman Basra is a recent graduate from the University of British Columbia where she studied International Relations and Economics. She is an avid reader and particularly enjoys classics by Fitzgerald. She also enjoys long distance running and has completed 6 marathons and counting. She considers her writing a side hustle and writes extensively on her blog (http://thehardlifeofawriter.blogspot.ca/) and for online publications such as Thought Catalog, Her Agenda, The Financial Diet and Elite Daily. You can reach her on Twitter @ameecbasra (https://twitter.com/ameecbasra)

The Conservative Rupture – How Some Conservative Women Are Abandoning The Right Wing

For Gina Charbonnet, New Orleans is more than just a bustling city, with good music and great food. For her, it’s home, and the place where she’s put in major work over the last 20 years. As founder of GeChar … Read More

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It’s safe to say whether it’s through her years of work  in journalism or talking to me about her latest project, Mary Kate McGrath has a knack for storytelling. And as the chief content officer at Gallery Media Group, the … Read More

I had the pleasure of hearing Major General Mari K. Eder speak at the 2018 WIN Summit: Women’s Insights on The Art of Negotiation in May of this year. To say she is a woman who has mastered the art … Read More

Claude Silver is in the business of helping people see their true potential.   As the chief heart officer at VaynerMedia for the past two and a half years, Silver’s job entails one on ones, check-ins, and personal coaching with … Read More

Growing up, Daniella Kallmeyer always knew that she would end up in the arts, if not fine arts, fashion. Kallmeyer grew up in and around the theater which she credits to teaching her about the discipline of production early on. … Read More

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Natalia Oberti Noguera is an energetic, mission-focused, and passionate speaker who pushes ideas and boundaries while simultaneously inviting you into spaces you otherwise might not know, in order to help you more deeply appreciate how valuing each other’s differences can … Read More

WNBA President and former Vice Mayor of the Atlanta City Council, Lisa Borders knows that humans make up a business and that business has a long way to go in supporting humans. Because of that, she’s spent her life moving … Read More

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6 Successful People On How To Really Go After Your Dreams

For Gina Charbonnet, New Orleans is more than just a bustling city, with good music and great food. For her, it’s home, and the place where she’s put in major work over the last 20 years. As founder of GeChar … Read More

For Naomi Mdudu, founder and CEO of The Lifestyle Edit, community is everything. As an ex-fashion editor who fell in love with storytelling, she found herself increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t a space to find stories like the ones she … Read More

For Mallory Blair, thinking small was never an option. The Small Girls PR CEO and co-founder was raised by a single mother who had fallen on hard times financially, and did her best to provide. After watching her mother struggle … Read More

It’s safe to say whether it’s through her years of work  in journalism or talking to me about her latest project, Mary Kate McGrath has a knack for storytelling. And as the chief content officer at Gallery Media Group, the … Read More

I had the pleasure of hearing Major General Mari K. Eder speak at the 2018 WIN Summit: Women’s Insights on The Art of Negotiation in May of this year. To say she is a woman who has mastered the art … Read More

Claude Silver is in the business of helping people see their true potential.   As the chief heart officer at VaynerMedia for the past two and a half years, Silver’s job entails one on ones, check-ins, and personal coaching with … Read More

Growing up, Daniella Kallmeyer always knew that she would end up in the arts, if not fine arts, fashion. Kallmeyer grew up in and around the theater which she credits to teaching her about the discipline of production early on. … Read More

As a person who believes your mindset can bring about good things in your life, Erin Vilardi has been supporting women in owning their power to run for office and make a difference through government for over a decade. As … Read More

Natalia Oberti Noguera is an energetic, mission-focused, and passionate speaker who pushes ideas and boundaries while simultaneously inviting you into spaces you otherwise might not know, in order to help you more deeply appreciate how valuing each other’s differences can … Read More

WNBA President and former Vice Mayor of the Atlanta City Council, Lisa Borders knows that humans make up a business and that business has a long way to go in supporting humans. Because of that, she’s spent her life moving … Read More

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Meet the Inspiring Young Woman Who Became a Judge at 25

For Gina Charbonnet, New Orleans is more than just a bustling city, with good music and great food. For her, it’s home, and the place where she’s put in major work over the last 20 years. As founder of GeChar … Read More

For Naomi Mdudu, founder and CEO of The Lifestyle Edit, community is everything. As an ex-fashion editor who fell in love with storytelling, she found herself increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t a space to find stories like the ones she … Read More

For Mallory Blair, thinking small was never an option. The Small Girls PR CEO and co-founder was raised by a single mother who had fallen on hard times financially, and did her best to provide. After watching her mother struggle … Read More

It’s safe to say whether it’s through her years of work  in journalism or talking to me about her latest project, Mary Kate McGrath has a knack for storytelling. And as the chief content officer at Gallery Media Group, the … Read More

I had the pleasure of hearing Major General Mari K. Eder speak at the 2018 WIN Summit: Women’s Insights on The Art of Negotiation in May of this year. To say she is a woman who has mastered the art … Read More

Claude Silver is in the business of helping people see their true potential.   As the chief heart officer at VaynerMedia for the past two and a half years, Silver’s job entails one on ones, check-ins, and personal coaching with … Read More

Growing up, Daniella Kallmeyer always knew that she would end up in the arts, if not fine arts, fashion. Kallmeyer grew up in and around the theater which she credits to teaching her about the discipline of production early on. … Read More

As a person who believes your mindset can bring about good things in your life, Erin Vilardi has been supporting women in owning their power to run for office and make a difference through government for over a decade. As … Read More

Natalia Oberti Noguera is an energetic, mission-focused, and passionate speaker who pushes ideas and boundaries while simultaneously inviting you into spaces you otherwise might not know, in order to help you more deeply appreciate how valuing each other’s differences can … Read More

WNBA President and former Vice Mayor of the Atlanta City Council, Lisa Borders knows that humans make up a business and that business has a long way to go in supporting humans. Because of that, she’s spent her life moving … Read More

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21 Empowering Lessons From Oprah Winfrey

For Gina Charbonnet, New Orleans is more than just a bustling city, with good music and great food. For her, it’s home, and the place where she’s put in major work over the last 20 years. As founder of GeChar … Read More

For Naomi Mdudu, founder and CEO of The Lifestyle Edit, community is everything. As an ex-fashion editor who fell in love with storytelling, she found herself increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t a space to find stories like the ones she … Read More

For Mallory Blair, thinking small was never an option. The Small Girls PR CEO and co-founder was raised by a single mother who had fallen on hard times financially, and did her best to provide. After watching her mother struggle … Read More

It’s safe to say whether it’s through her years of work  in journalism or talking to me about her latest project, Mary Kate McGrath has a knack for storytelling. And as the chief content officer at Gallery Media Group, the … Read More

I had the pleasure of hearing Major General Mari K. Eder speak at the 2018 WIN Summit: Women’s Insights on The Art of Negotiation in May of this year. To say she is a woman who has mastered the art … Read More

Claude Silver is in the business of helping people see their true potential.   As the chief heart officer at VaynerMedia for the past two and a half years, Silver’s job entails one on ones, check-ins, and personal coaching with … Read More

Growing up, Daniella Kallmeyer always knew that she would end up in the arts, if not fine arts, fashion. Kallmeyer grew up in and around the theater which she credits to teaching her about the discipline of production early on. … Read More

As a person who believes your mindset can bring about good things in your life, Erin Vilardi has been supporting women in owning their power to run for office and make a difference through government for over a decade. As … Read More

Natalia Oberti Noguera is an energetic, mission-focused, and passionate speaker who pushes ideas and boundaries while simultaneously inviting you into spaces you otherwise might not know, in order to help you more deeply appreciate how valuing each other’s differences can … Read More

WNBA President and former Vice Mayor of the Atlanta City Council, Lisa Borders knows that humans make up a business and that business has a long way to go in supporting humans. Because of that, she’s spent her life moving … Read More

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Lena Dunham Shares The One Word She’s Using On Everyone This Year

For Gina Charbonnet, New Orleans is more than just a bustling city, with good music and great food. For her, it’s home, and the place where she’s put in major work over the last 20 years. As founder of GeChar … Read More

For Naomi Mdudu, founder and CEO of The Lifestyle Edit, community is everything. As an ex-fashion editor who fell in love with storytelling, she found herself increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t a space to find stories like the ones she … Read More

For Mallory Blair, thinking small was never an option. The Small Girls PR CEO and co-founder was raised by a single mother who had fallen on hard times financially, and did her best to provide. After watching her mother struggle … Read More

It’s safe to say whether it’s through her years of work  in journalism or talking to me about her latest project, Mary Kate McGrath has a knack for storytelling. And as the chief content officer at Gallery Media Group, the … Read More

I had the pleasure of hearing Major General Mari K. Eder speak at the 2018 WIN Summit: Women’s Insights on The Art of Negotiation in May of this year. To say she is a woman who has mastered the art … Read More

Claude Silver is in the business of helping people see their true potential.   As the chief heart officer at VaynerMedia for the past two and a half years, Silver’s job entails one on ones, check-ins, and personal coaching with … Read More

Growing up, Daniella Kallmeyer always knew that she would end up in the arts, if not fine arts, fashion. Kallmeyer grew up in and around the theater which she credits to teaching her about the discipline of production early on. … Read More

As a person who believes your mindset can bring about good things in your life, Erin Vilardi has been supporting women in owning their power to run for office and make a difference through government for over a decade. As … Read More

Natalia Oberti Noguera is an energetic, mission-focused, and passionate speaker who pushes ideas and boundaries while simultaneously inviting you into spaces you otherwise might not know, in order to help you more deeply appreciate how valuing each other’s differences can … Read More

WNBA President and former Vice Mayor of the Atlanta City Council, Lisa Borders knows that humans make up a business and that business has a long way to go in supporting humans. Because of that, she’s spent her life moving … Read More

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You Can Make The Most of 2016 With This Advice From 19 Successful Women

For Gina Charbonnet, New Orleans is more than just a bustling city, with good music and great food. For her, it’s home, and the place where she’s put in major work over the last 20 years. As founder of GeChar … Read More

For Naomi Mdudu, founder and CEO of The Lifestyle Edit, community is everything. As an ex-fashion editor who fell in love with storytelling, she found herself increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t a space to find stories like the ones she … Read More

For Mallory Blair, thinking small was never an option. The Small Girls PR CEO and co-founder was raised by a single mother who had fallen on hard times financially, and did her best to provide. After watching her mother struggle … Read More

It’s safe to say whether it’s through her years of work  in journalism or talking to me about her latest project, Mary Kate McGrath has a knack for storytelling. And as the chief content officer at Gallery Media Group, the … Read More

I had the pleasure of hearing Major General Mari K. Eder speak at the 2018 WIN Summit: Women’s Insights on The Art of Negotiation in May of this year. To say she is a woman who has mastered the art … Read More

Claude Silver is in the business of helping people see their true potential.   As the chief heart officer at VaynerMedia for the past two and a half years, Silver’s job entails one on ones, check-ins, and personal coaching with … Read More

Growing up, Daniella Kallmeyer always knew that she would end up in the arts, if not fine arts, fashion. Kallmeyer grew up in and around the theater which she credits to teaching her about the discipline of production early on. … Read More

As a person who believes your mindset can bring about good things in your life, Erin Vilardi has been supporting women in owning their power to run for office and make a difference through government for over a decade. As … Read More

Natalia Oberti Noguera is an energetic, mission-focused, and passionate speaker who pushes ideas and boundaries while simultaneously inviting you into spaces you otherwise might not know, in order to help you more deeply appreciate how valuing each other’s differences can … Read More

WNBA President and former Vice Mayor of the Atlanta City Council, Lisa Borders knows that humans make up a business and that business has a long way to go in supporting humans. Because of that, she’s spent her life moving … Read More

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We, The Women- September 11th Edition

For Gina Charbonnet, New Orleans is more than just a bustling city, with good music and great food. For her, it’s home, and the place where she’s put in major work over the last 20 years. As founder of GeChar … Read More

For Naomi Mdudu, founder and CEO of The Lifestyle Edit, community is everything. As an ex-fashion editor who fell in love with storytelling, she found herself increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t a space to find stories like the ones she … Read More

For Mallory Blair, thinking small was never an option. The Small Girls PR CEO and co-founder was raised by a single mother who had fallen on hard times financially, and did her best to provide. After watching her mother struggle … Read More

It’s safe to say whether it’s through her years of work  in journalism or talking to me about her latest project, Mary Kate McGrath has a knack for storytelling. And as the chief content officer at Gallery Media Group, the … Read More

I had the pleasure of hearing Major General Mari K. Eder speak at the 2018 WIN Summit: Women’s Insights on The Art of Negotiation in May of this year. To say she is a woman who has mastered the art … Read More

Claude Silver is in the business of helping people see their true potential.   As the chief heart officer at VaynerMedia for the past two and a half years, Silver’s job entails one on ones, check-ins, and personal coaching with … Read More

Growing up, Daniella Kallmeyer always knew that she would end up in the arts, if not fine arts, fashion. Kallmeyer grew up in and around the theater which she credits to teaching her about the discipline of production early on. … Read More

As a person who believes your mindset can bring about good things in your life, Erin Vilardi has been supporting women in owning their power to run for office and make a difference through government for over a decade. As … Read More

Natalia Oberti Noguera is an energetic, mission-focused, and passionate speaker who pushes ideas and boundaries while simultaneously inviting you into spaces you otherwise might not know, in order to help you more deeply appreciate how valuing each other’s differences can … Read More

WNBA President and former Vice Mayor of the Atlanta City Council, Lisa Borders knows that humans make up a business and that business has a long way to go in supporting humans. Because of that, she’s spent her life moving … Read More

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Just Graduated: The Unspoken Emotion That Can Develop & How To Get Over It

For Gina Charbonnet, New Orleans is more than just a bustling city, with good music and great food. For her, it’s home, and the place where she’s put in major work over the last 20 years. As founder of GeChar … Read More

For Naomi Mdudu, founder and CEO of The Lifestyle Edit, community is everything. As an ex-fashion editor who fell in love with storytelling, she found herself increasingly frustrated that there wasn’t a space to find stories like the ones she … Read More

For Mallory Blair, thinking small was never an option. The Small Girls PR CEO and co-founder was raised by a single mother who had fallen on hard times financially, and did her best to provide. After watching her mother struggle … Read More

It’s safe to say whether it’s through her years of work  in journalism or talking to me about her latest project, Mary Kate McGrath has a knack for storytelling. And as the chief content officer at Gallery Media Group, the … Read More

I had the pleasure of hearing Major General Mari K. Eder speak at the 2018 WIN Summit: Women’s Insights on The Art of Negotiation in May of this year. To say she is a woman who has mastered the art … Read More

Claude Silver is in the business of helping people see their true potential.   As the chief heart officer at VaynerMedia for the past two and a half years, Silver’s job entails one on ones, check-ins, and personal coaching with … Read More

Growing up, Daniella Kallmeyer always knew that she would end up in the arts, if not fine arts, fashion. Kallmeyer grew up in and around the theater which she credits to teaching her about the discipline of production early on. … Read More

As a person who believes your mindset can bring about good things in your life, Erin Vilardi has been supporting women in owning their power to run for office and make a difference through government for over a decade. As … Read More

Natalia Oberti Noguera is an energetic, mission-focused, and passionate speaker who pushes ideas and boundaries while simultaneously inviting you into spaces you otherwise might not know, in order to help you more deeply appreciate how valuing each other’s differences can … Read More

WNBA President and former Vice Mayor of the Atlanta City Council, Lisa Borders knows that humans make up a business and that business has a long way to go in supporting humans. Because of that, she’s spent her life moving … Read More

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