It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. At the Hot Mommas Project, there’s not a better time to honor the inspirational bold women of breast cancer who are creating awareness, comfort, funds, and fight for all of us.
I had gone from nearly dying to becoming an international role model….The ‘real Caroline Miller’ has decided to finally stand up and tell the story of how I have remained in recovery for decades. Read More…
Miley Cyrus’ VMA 2013 Performance – did you see it? There are two camps:
1. Amazing, because everyone is talking about it.
2. Atrocious, because it was inappropriate.
Business shout-out aside, Miley is now blacklisted for my seven year-old daughter. But does my belief system for my daughter make it inappropriate for her to gyrate or be otherwise outrageous on stage? C’mon, we all know plenty of stars act nutty everyday.
Here’s the real reason people can’t stop talking about this:
The Hot Mommas Project is an award-winning leadership project raising self-efficacy of women and girls through exposure to role models and virtual mentors. This is a quick-start guide on writing your story.
Jennifer Folsom is the winner of the 2010 Hot Mommas Project case competition. The Hot Mommas Project is an award-winning research project making stories of women teachable to serve as virtual role models and mentors. In this series, students comment on what they learn from the cases both from a personal and career standpoint.
The Hot Mommas Project is an award-winning leadership project raising self-efficacy of women and girls through exposure to role models. Please continue reading to become a part of educational history for women and girls.
I was privileged enough to be able to attend the Hot Mommas Project “To Don’t List” event on November 18th 2009. The panelists were informative, interesting, and inspiring, and all of the women offered great tips on prioritization and achieving your goals. Many expressed the importance of doing whatever it takes to stick to your Read more about LaTosha Johnson, a True Hot Momma, on Realizing her Dream Job[…]
This holiday season, give the best gift: Be a mentor. Here’s how you can tell your story once, and have it told over and over again to women and girls around the world.
A little bit about the Author: Shelley Seale is a freelance writer based out of Austin, Texas, but she vagabonds in any part of the world whenever possible. Shelley has written for the Seattle Times, Washington Magazine, the Austin Business Journal, Intrepid Travel and Andrew Harper Traveler Magazine among others, and is the Sustainable Travel Read more about Question and Answer With Shelley Seale[…]