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Happy Diabetes Awareness Month!

November 30, 2022

It’s hard to believe that our family has been adjusting to life with diabetes for over a decade now, and yet we still learn something new every. single. day.   The day of my husband’s diagnosis marks a hard shift in the way this family operates, apart from the obvious medically-discharged-military-family that returned from life abroad to adjust to civilian life.  This condition effects every intended plan, right down to day-to-day functions and parenting tactics.  I know it can be strange to consider that a disease that plagues one member of a family can have that much of an impact, but it’s a harsh reality.You see, diabetes has removed my husband’s ability to produce insulin naturally for his body to break down sugar into much needed energy.  He relies on very expensive manufactured insulin that is delivered by a pump that is literally ... View Post

Black Business Month: Making it Meaningful

August 01, 2022

August is observed as Black Business Month in the US, which is a great opportunity to celebrate Black businesses locally and nationwide. The idea was first created in 2004 by engineer Frederick E Jordan (Senior) and historian Jordan William Templeton who realized that finance options for Black entrepreneurs were limited. Templeton was the editor of one of the oldest Black-owned newspapers in the US while Jordan faced hurdles to secure finance for his construction and engineering company in ... View Post

Will LGBT Employees Leave for Remote Work?

June 28, 2022

When Olivia Miller began interviewing for a position with a finance company, she was enthusiastic about what her prospective employer had to offer: the opportunity to lead a team as the senior vice-president (marketing) and a supportive work environment. The only problem was that the organization was headquartered in New York while Olivia stayed in Sacramento. However, with work from home (WFH) becoming the preferred norm during COVID-19 and afterwards, Olivia decided to take the offer. The ... View Post