Posts in Women
“Run, Run Fast” by Dr. Sybile Val

The once “go-to” knife that peeled apples, chopped onions and participated in every meal, is now in the back of the drawer almost forgotten…How can an instrument once used with caution now function as a spoon? Easy, it was never sharpened. It became dull."

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"Lessons From A Six Year Old About Being Brave" by Dr. Jasmine Marcelin

I have struggled to channel bravery with my work-life continuum. Burned out and exhausted, I have struggled to be brave about reclaiming my time for my children.  Lacking bravery, I have imprisoned my creative writing and diversity advocacy. Yet here, in the quiet moment, was my six year old looking to me for courage and bravery.

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