In their 2001 article entitled A Modest Manifesto for Shattering the Glass Ceiling, Meyerson and Fletcher re-examine the metaphorical “glass ceiling” limitation of female leadership in major corporations. They identify the three most-often utilized intervention approaches to address workplace inequity and present a fourth
I love my shitty job. I love to talk about food, I love to talk about booze, and I love meeting new people. When you sit in my section, I like to think of you as, not only a guest to the establishment, but also, my own personal guest. So here are some ways you can help me help you have a better dining experience. 1.
The second weekend of The Hollywood Fringe Festival is this coming weekend. Putting up a show at the Fringe Fest is a huge undertaking. Not only is it all original material, you are required to provide almost everything. You provide the cast and crew. They provide the space and tell you where to be and when to be there, but
When I started putting this blog together and thinking about all of the inspiring women I could write about, it was very clear that the first woman I need to write about was the one who inspires me most, my mother, Kathy-Sue Bush Dunn. My mother was an extremely exciting surprise for my
So, Kandice Martellaro and I met by the hand of luck! We were on a set with another white male driven sketch, that was great and I’m very proud of, with men whom are amazing guys mind you. But the fact of the matter is I was the straight “man” while three guys did a hilarious dance around me. ***#shamelessplug you can watch
You know how sometimes there are those artists that you just know in your heart of hearts if you could just get in the same room with them you would walk in a fan and walk out braiding each others hair and talking about how you moved to LA with your boyfriend and you guys moved into Park La Brea and you broke up with him
I was given the gift of finding out that not only do I have dyslexia, I also have severe dyscalculia in the fourth grade. So life (thankfully) became different for me. I was taken into a special learning group everyday so that our needs could be met on a smaller scale and this was true all the way until my freshmen