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Hello from the Other Side: Carmen Gutierrez

Hello from the Other Side: Carmen Gutierrez

"I’m still a work in progress. I’m still a project. If you think you’re done, you’re kidding yourself."
Hello from the Other Side: Julie N.

Hello from the Other Side: Julie N.

"I find that as women get older and they know who they are, they don’t have to take crap anymore. You tell it how it is. You don’t like it, move on."

Hello from the Other Side: Suzanne Lowery Mims

I’ve had a lot of good luck. Perhaps not in the traditional sense – I didn't have a pony, but I did have a home, a library card, and a sister to protect me.

Hello from the Other Side: Susan Maybaumwisniewski

Hello from the Other Side: Susan Maybaumwisniewski

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Every so often someone will say to me: “You didn’t break the glass ceiling, but you certainly got there and kept pushing up against it.”
Hello from the Other Side: Sharon Arthofer

Hello from the Other Side: Sharon Arthofer

My decision was: “I’m going to find a way to do something that gives me a sense of accomplishment but also allows me to be with my family.”
Hello from the Other Side: MJ Maly

Hello from the Other Side: MJ Maly

As a woman in business, I felt like I had to be better than every damn guy out there. I constantly felt like I was proving myself.

Hello from the Other Side: Liz Crowell

Hello from the Other Side: Liz Crowell

"Have a game plan, but stay flexible and be open to pivoting to Plan B."
The In-Between: Cameron Hardesty

The In-Between: Cameron Hardesty

"See three moves ahead. Be strategic and piece things together quickly. I think the poetry brain is related to that – the ability to make unusual connections is really similar to the thought process that goes into writing a poem."
The In-Between: Katelin Bannan

The In-Between: Katelin Bannan


The In-Between: Whitney Fort

The In-Between: Whitney Fort

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Designer, Marketer, Merchandiser - Whit does it all. But her role is constantly evolving as her vision for the future becomes clear. Here's how one woman became a creative.
The In-Between: Ellie Richardson

The In-Between: Ellie Richardson

Ellie is the Founder and Owner of cute clean fun LLC and launched Bling Wipes in 2012. "You can’t work with an entrepreneur and not catch that bug to start something of your own."
The In-Between: Vivian Garcia-Tunon

The In-Between: Vivian Garcia-Tunon

Oftentimes we think, “I’m on this career path, it’s all going to come together” or “if I work hard enough I’ll get promoted.” You assume logic, and your career and your life isn’t logical.