Tuesday, May 10, 2011, 6:30 PM
NOW-NYC hosts a special workshop with leading feminist activist, Shelby Knox, who will give the inside track on igniting change in the blogosphere and beyond. Learn how to sharpen your blogging skills and tap the power of social networking for good. Join us for expert advice on how to be an effective activist and revolutionary thinker on the web.
RSVP: email@example.com | 212-627-9895
Location: 150 West 28th Street, Suite 304, NYC (@7th Ave)
About Shelby Knox
A seasoned feminist organizer, Shelby Knox knows how to utilize social media and blogging to inspire individuals and make change. With more than 8,000 followers, it’s no wonder Forbes listed her as one of “20 Inspiring Women to Follow on Twitter.” Today, Shelby is the Director of Organizing for Change.org, where her online petition in response to the irresponsible reporting of a New York Times journalist covering the gang rape of a young Texas girl received national attention and forced the Times to issue an apology and follow-up story.
Check out the article written by recent Woodhull alum, Marie Sabatino, on the work of an amazing, self-taught and visionary artist living with schizophrenia: http://www.riccomaresca.com/fluence/magazine.htm
It’s called, Melvin Way: The Man, the Pen, and the Moon, and appears in the March/April edition of fluence magazine, published by Ricco/Maresca Gallery.
Marie tells us “The Woodhull Writers Retreat has been tremendous and I feel compelled to mention that it has given me more confidence to pitch new ideas and make things happen!” Congratulations Marie!
by Suzanne Grossman, Woodhull Alumna
I’m pleased to announce that my next LYJ (Love Your Job) Search class for women will be Tuesdays beginning June 7th.
“I wanted to email you personally and let you know that I got the job and negotiated for a higher salary! Thank you so much for your support, encouragement and belief in me! LYJ was such a great experience and really helped me to take that next step. Thank you!” – L.C.
Calling all women job seekers!
LYJ (Love Your Job) Search provides you with 5 weeks of group coaching and 1 one-to-one coaching session so that you can be well on your way toward achieving fantastic, lucrative job opportunities that are right for YOU while enjoying the process along the way. Find out more at LYJ: Love Your Job
In this coaching group, you will:
FACEBOOK INVITE: http://on.fb.me/fI7lXD
$12 students/ pre-paid, $15 at door
Originally posted to the Personal Growth Gab with Kristina Leonardi newsletter on April 26th.
“There is no question that there is an unseen world. The problem is, how far is it from midtown and how late is it open?” ~ Woody Allen
Ah, the paradox between poetry and practicality, art and accounting, beauty and bottom line, meaning and metrics. Especially in this results-oriented, materially-focused, high-powered metropolis that is New York, it’s often challenging to communicate the value of things we are unable to touch, see, or can be precisely measured.
After assigning some journaling to a client recently, she seemed perplexed and not too happy about it. When inquiring what was the problem, her concern she said, was because as graduate of MIT, it would be difficult without having any sort of metrics or immediate tangible outcome to guide her or let her know she was doing it ‘correctly’, which her perfectionist self needed in order to be validated in the exercise. She was not the first to be challenged by or question the effectiveness of the solution I offered, just the first to articulate it so well!
If you’ve attended a leadership retreat or any of our programs, than you know how passionate we are about supporting women. We’ve discovered that word of mouth is the best way to share our Woodhull experience with others. That is why we are writing today to ask for your help to promote our upcoming retreats in NY and CA.
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I thought you might be interested in Woodhull’s program for women. If you’re graduating from college or looking for skills to progress in your career, than consider this leadership retreat in June. http://bit.ly/WomensLeadershipRetreat Woodhull’s leadership retreats educate women in the practical skills necessary to succeed in life. Workshop topics include Public Speaking, Negotiation, Financial Literacy and so much more.
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For more information call 646-435-0837 or email RMarcus@woodhull.org.
Originally posted to Personal Finance Blog on April 20th
Manisha Thakor, Woodhull Alumna and personal finance expert for women, explains how to start a budget & why it is important to have one in place for you and your family. Where does your budget stand? Watch here for tips! For more advice from Manisha sign up to get her weekly blog or follow her on Twitter @ManishaThakor