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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
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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
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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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The Jacksonville Beaches’ Chanukah celebrations will receive a significant boost this year on Monday, December 22nd. A fast paced hour of family Chanukah fun will begin at 5:30 followed by the lighting of a seven-foot menorah at 6:30 pm. This special event will be accompanied by warm latkes, music, free raffles and more. The entire community is invited to this event. For more information please call Chabad @ the Beaches at 904-543-9301.
Third Annual ONE by ONE Convention: Moving Public Education Forward
January 31, 2015
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
To continue moving public education forward, we have to speak as one voice about the importance of public education in our city. That’s why we’ve reimagined our Third Annual ONE by ONE Convention to ensure that every public education advocate has the opportunity to participate in activities and breakout sessions that will sharpen their knowledge and skills.