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Kamala Harris’s Inspiring Career Path: From Activist Daughter to VP Nominee

by Ashley Reed | September 10, 2020

For many people—including VP candidate Kamala Harris—law school hasn't been just a stop on the way to a legal career but a stepping stone to a life of service.

How Do You Run for Office? Five Key Take-Aways from the Women Running for Office Conference

by Kaitlin McManus | April 02, 2019

Have you ever considered running for office? The Columbia Law Women's Association put together a conference to answer your questions about the process.

6 Podcasts That Will Inspire You

by Rachel Halpern | August 20, 2018

We've rounded up six inspiring podcasts you can listen to on your commute, during mindless tasks, or whenever you have the time.

Which Companies Offer Paid Time Off on Election Day?

by AnnaMarie Houlis via Fairygodboss | May 22, 2018

Millions of Americans say work or school conflicts kept them from voting in past elections. In response, some firms are giving PTO on Election Day so employees can vote.

Dealing with Political Talk at Work

by Phil Stott | May 10, 2017

Workplace conversations about politics are increasing. Dealing with those political conversations at work can be a minefield.

America Is Having Trouble Focusing at Work These Days

by Matt Moody | February 17, 2017

With the hectic pace of news these days, employees are having a hard time focusing at work. Fortunately, we've got three tips to keep you on track and informed of the political goings on.

The Most Powerful Woman in the World and the Science of Her Success

by Derek Loosvelt | December 03, 2014

Career advice from German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the most powerful woman in the world