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By Cynthia VeraFor most of us, it's an inherently terrifying thought that is anxiety-inducing; envisioning ourselves up on a stage with all eyes on us. Microphone in trembling hands as we try to utter words of motivation and inspiration to a room of unimpressed guests. But, for those with the courage and...
By Cynthia VeraWith over 1 billion active users and eager content creators wanting to make a name for themselves in the world of internet fame, it’s easy to lose track of time and fall in the endless abyss of TikTok one scroll at a time. Launched in China 2016, TikTok...
By Toni Summers HargisWhile topless posters in the staff kitchen are a thing of the past, women are still reporting sexism in disappointing numbers, despite social movements such as #MeToo, #HeForShe and #OurStreetsNow, all of which call for equality and an end to sexual violence and harassment.Even during lockdown,...
By Cynthia VeraGrowing up, Luisa Casagrande was brought up in an optimistic and biracial family that encouraged her to be open-minded, creative and challenge the often toxic perceptions of multicultural racial identities. This equipped her with all the necessary tools she needed to understand just how multidimensional people can be.The entrepreneurial creative focuses...
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For two female CEOs at Dreamtek and Liberty & Co, the sole certainty of this past year has been that an abundance of the challenges that lie ahead. While this has proved testing for some organisations, for Victoria Neeson and Erica Boeke who have recently partnered worldwide with video production company, Dreamtek, and specialist...
By Cynthia VeraThe 17th of May saw lockdown restrictions being lifted as per the UK government's four-step roadmap to get us out of lockdown. As we begin to integrate ourselves with the life we once used to know, one that wasn’t limited to our homes, occasional trips to the supermarket and the...

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