Alumni Q&A with Tiffany Kwark ‘19

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The Basics: 

Tiffany Kwark, Public Health Advisor (Contact Tracer I) at New York City Health and Hospitals

Graduated from Binghamton University in 2019 with a degree in Human Development and a Master of Public Administration and Disaster Management. 

What activities …

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Alumni Q&A with Jamie Rosen ’17 & ‘18

Alumni Q&A with Jamie Rosen ’17 & ‘18

Alumni Q&A with Jamie Rosen ’17 & ‘18

The Basics:

Jamie Rosen, Learning and Development Specialist at Starr Insurance Companies

Graduate from Binghamton in 2017 with a degree in Human Development and in 2018 with a Master of Public Administration

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9 Binghamton University Power Women Who Will Motivate You

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Check out these nine alumni stories that will encourage you to get focused, follow your dreams and make yourself heard. From TV executives, to entrepreneurs, to founders of feminist movements, our alumnae are seriously impressive. So if you’re stuck in …

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5 Steps for Women to Combat Burnout

5 Steps for Women to Combat Burnout

As an executive coach who works with women leaders, it’s not unusual for me to see the sad, worried eyes of my coaching clients as the “aha” moment hits, and they realize: “I have burnout.”

This realization often comes as …

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5 pieces of career advice, from one woman to another

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The original post was written by Tara-Lynn Hughes on LinkedIn in March 2017.

Imagine if you could travel back in time to when you started your first job? Think about it… What would you do differently? Would you laugh…or would …

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TD Bank’s Lakshmi Stockham Gives Advice for Entering the Industry

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TD Bank’s senior vice president of retail product and customer acquisition technology Lakshmi Stockham discusses her journey toward a position that involves both business and technological skills. She offers career advice for those looking to pursue work in similar fields …

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5 Traits Women Should Lean Into

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It’s time to reclaim what’s rightfully ours!

Women are often told to shy away from certain personality traits. It’s a catch-22—fight for what you want, but don’t be too aggressive. Stand up for yourself, but don’t get too emotional. Lead …

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Black Women Describe Navigating Race and Gender in the Workplace

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Author Maura Cheeks along with Professor Elizabeth Morrison, Vice Dean of Faculty at NYU,  interviewed “10 women of color in order to understand the challenges they face in the workplace, how they cope with those challenges, and how those coping …

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2 Career Women on Change, Reinvention & Thriving

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Start a business, tackle debt, and stay sane

“A strong woman looks a challenge dead in the eye and gives it a wink.” Those are the words of American filmmaker and musician Gina Carey, and they sound good, right? Easy…at …

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Hypervisible, Invisible: How to Navigate White Workplaces as a Black Woman

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I’ve been trying to figure out this challenging dance of how to be Black but not “too Black” in predominantly white spaces my entire life.

I remember having a conversation with a trusted and beloved mentor of mine a few …

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