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Mia HallArticles 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 LuceArticles 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
Donna OrenderArticles by this authorSaying Hi: Join Us for Generation WorksHAPPY NEW YEAR REFRESHED....wow, it was a lovely holiday. Just the way the calendar fell insured that many of us could actually take the time we so cherish for family, read more
Claire ZovkoArticles 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 RossArticles 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 BeamanArticles 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 KirkwoodArticles 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 IsardArticles 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 MinglinArticles 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 HafemanArticles 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 BavingtonArticles 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 SteinArticles 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
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GENERATION WORKS galvanizes the leadership of women and girls who will wire, weld, wash and “work” their magic to transform our communities in a dedicated day of service. Whether it will be weeding a community garden, the cleaning of a community space or painting of a school, the wonder of W and willingness of WOW will come together and lead the way.
Join us for a documentary and an in-depth conversation with a panel of local experts to learn what human trafficking is, who is vulnerable and what we can do to limit its reach in our community and beyond.
The 26.2 with DONNA 5K & Family Fun Run returns in 2015 with BLING. 5K participants earn our signature Running Ribbon medal and experience the best Downtown Jacksonville has to offer with a great warm-up race along the St. John’s River. The 5K will be a timed event. The Family Fun Run will be a family friendly up to 1 mile run or walk. The course starts and finishes at the Prime Osborn Convention Center, home of the 26.2 with DONNA Health & Fitness Expo.
Kids under 10 run FREE in the Family Fun Run as a part of Play60, NFL’s initiative to make the next generation of youth the most active and healthy. Registration is required.