By Jackie Collens The Women’s Equal Pay Network is an organization committed to ending gendered pay discrimination in the legal professions. Their goal is to encourage women to break the silence about discrimination they have faced in the workplace by allowing them a place to share their stories and hear the experiences of others. I recently had a chance to speak with two women working … Continue reading An Interview with Shari Olefson and Lisa Lewin of the Women’s Equal Pay Network
By Jackie Collens That the lives and actions of men and women of notoriety are critiqued differently is no new concept. As we watch the media hype over Hillary Clinton’s potential second run at presidency, there are a number of questions I would like to pose: For what reasons are women in the public eye persecuted today, and how is the language used against them … Continue reading Persecution of Women in the Public Eye: How Much has Changed?
By Jackie Collens I was working an early morning shift at Wooddale Village Retirement Community in Sun City, Arizona the day I found out I had been accepted into the Women’s History graduate program at Sarah Lawrence. As readers might be able to gather based on the fact that I am currently writing this, I decided fairly quickly and easily that I would be attending … Continue reading Rethinking Imposter Syndrome