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Maryam Banikarim
CMO.com Interviews Maryam Banikarim
October 21, 2014 A member of our Generation W read more
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7 Easy Ways to Manage Your Health
October 20, 2014 Personal health has certainly been a major read more
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The Skeptic’s Guide to Meditation
October 17, 2014 Studies have shown that some of the most read more
Worlds Best Boss Mug
10 Signs You’re a Great Boss
October 16, 2014 Today is National Bosses Day and although you read more
JWBC 10th Anniversary Celebration
Jeanine Ferguson Gives HOPE to Others
October 15, 2014 As our friends at the Jacksonville read more
GUESS Watches 2014 Breast Cancer Awareness Timepiece
GUESS Watches Partners with Get In Touch Foundation
October 14, 2014 GUESS Watches embarked on a journey to raise read more
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espnW Shares 5 Trends for Women in Sports Marketplace
October 13, 2014 Last Friday morning, Generation W founder read more
Fire Prevention Tips
Saudia Davis Shares Fire Prevention Tips
October 9, 2014 Saudia Davis, CEO of GreenHouse Eco-Cleaning read more
How to be a great mentee
How to be a Great Mentee
October 8, 2014 A self-described “mentor junkie”, read more
Lisa Gersh, Goop CEO
Lisa Gersh becomes CEO of Goop
October 7, 2014 It looks as though Gwyneth Paltrow has big read more

Generation W Bloggers

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Mia Hall

Articles by this authorWho Inspires You?In speaking to several classes over the past few years, I always get the question - who inspires you? I likely give an answer depending on my season. I believe read more

Carolyn Buck Luce

Articles by this authorBeing Strategic About Strategic Partnerships    I spend a lot of my professional time working with senior pharmaceutical executives on conceiving and constructing innovative partnerships with “non-traditional” players who are coming into read more

Claire Zovko

Articles by this authorMom Knows Best: Words Have PowerBy Claire M. Zovko   Looking back on my childhood, I am grateful for all of the life lessons that my parents have taught me.  One particular read more

Melissa Ross

Articles by this authorRemembering My MomMother’s Day is often tough for me, because although I love the flowers from my husband, breakfast in bed, and the adorable handmade cards my daughters make for me, I read more

Dale Beaman

Articles by this authorThe River of ChangeWe all experience significant change - where our life is altered forever. Difficult life transitions we choose, or have chosen us, turn our world upside down. We can feel shaken read more

Sarah Kirkwood

Articles by this authorA Mother’s Advice      Almost everyone has at least one mother figure in his or her life (some, like me, are lucky enough to have 10+). Mothers are read more

Risa Isard

Articles by this author“If you’re happy, I’m happy.”      If you’re a supervisor and one of your employees comes out to you, consider this one of the most affirming ways you could respond. read more

Patti Minglin

Articles by this authorThe "Otherhood": Is This The New Power Demographic of Women?I was intrigued  by the new study released from DeVries Global that shows us that the reality of today’s single woman without children is much different than what was portrayed in read more

Mary Hafeman

Articles by this authorThe Female Influencers of GolfWomen’s History Month! I love this month to reflect and thank all of the women that have influenced the sport of golf that I love so much.  I can’t thank read more

Julie Bavington

Articles by this authorManage Your Business Workflow The back to school rush has wound down. The fall schedules are set.  As women in business what do we focus on now? Business workflow. It’s necessary. It makes read more

Blakely Stein

Articles by this authorA New Morning    The sun peaking over the horizon, the lush jungle waking up, a cool breeze ripples through the palm fronds as the birds orchestrate delicious songs. As we read more

Angie Orth

Articles by this author6 Things I Wish I Knew at 171. You don’t have to have all the answers now. Deciding where to go to college and what to major in are huge decisions, ones I recall stressing about as if read more

Forbes Women

Women In Tech: 10 Steps To Ensure Your Career And Salary GrowthSat, 25 Oct 2014 08:10:00 GMTTech expert JJ DiGeronimo has this advice for women in STEM looking for a pay raise.
Teenage Girl Boycotts Forever 21 Over "Misogynistic" Rap Songs Played in StoreFri, 24 Oct 2014 20:43:00 GMTA 17-year-old girl recently penned an open letter to fashion chain Forever 21, expressing her disapproval at the “misogynistic” and “woman-shaming, woman-blaming” lyrics in the read more

Calendar of Events

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Nov
10
Mon
A Celebration of Trailblazers @ WJCT Studios
Nov 10 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Join us to toast women veterans of local leadership:  past and present members of the Jacksonville City Council. Their service has helped clear the way for women candidates in 2015 (who also will take a bow) and for those who will follow.

In a short program and as we network afterwards, honorees will share insights about holding office and getting there. If they took the challenge, we all can–whether as candidates or supporters of other women who run.

SPREAD THE WORD! 
Please forward this invitation to others.  We need your help to keep expanding our network.

Space is limited.  Please respond by November 5.   
Questions?  Contact Ninein15@gmail.com.
Visit our website at www.ninein15.com

Feb
13
Fri
26.2 with DONNA
Feb 13 all-day

26.2 with DONNA is a private non-profit organization in Northeast Florida producing the only marathon in the U.S. dedicated solely to raising funds to end breast cancer. One hundred percent of raised funds and race proceeds for all 26.2 with DONNA events go to breast cancer research and care.

The 8th Annual 26.2 with DONNA Marathon Weekend will be held February 13 – 15, 2015 and is expected to draw 12,000 registered runners from all 50 states and more than 20 countries worldwide.

Since its inaugural year in 2008, 26.2 with DONNA has contributed more than $3.5 million to its beneficiaries.Seventy percent (70%) of proceeds go to the Mayo Clinic for bench top breast cancer research. Thirty percent (30%) of proceeds go to The Donna Foundation to help breast cancer patients with critical financial needs.

Feb
14
Sat
26.2 with DONNA
Feb 14 all-day

26.2 with DONNA is a private non-profit organization in Northeast Florida producing the only marathon in the U.S. dedicated solely to raising funds to end breast cancer. One hundred percent of raised funds and race proceeds for all 26.2 with DONNA events go to breast cancer research and care.

The 8th Annual 26.2 with DONNA Marathon Weekend will be held February 13 – 15, 2015 and is expected to draw 12,000 registered runners from all 50 states and more than 20 countries worldwide.

Since its inaugural year in 2008, 26.2 with DONNA has contributed more than $3.5 million to its beneficiaries.Seventy percent (70%) of proceeds go to the Mayo Clinic for bench top breast cancer research. Thirty percent (30%) of proceeds go to The Donna Foundation to help breast cancer patients with critical financial needs.

Speakers

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Gerry Laybourne
Geraldine LaybourneSerial Entrepreneur & Advocate for Women and Children
Andrea Mail
Andrea MailCommunity Builder
Carla Harris
Carla HarrisVice Chairman, Global Wealth Management, Managing Director and Senior Client Advisor, Morgan Stanley
Gerri Elliott
Gerri ElliottExecutive Vice President, Strategic Advisor, Juniper Networks
Stephanie Hofmann
Stephanie HofmannDirector of Agency Development, Google

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