By: Agnes Borden
I can’t say that my passion for sustainability came out of nowhere. Growing up in a mid-size, highly environmentally cautious city in Southern Sweden, in combination with having a dad who started discussing climate change with me from an early age, I would say it came pretty naturally.
By: Christina Giordano, SC Co-Chair '17
“Empowered women, empower women”. My two big purposes right now are to plan a fabulous Spring Conference and to discover a full time job post graduation. Mentorship from successful and passionate females has been absolutely crucial to my motivation to power my purpose(s).
By: Mackie Abergel, VP of Communications for GWWIB
As a freshman at GW I had the pleasure of being an intern at Street Sense, a bi-weekly newspaper with the mission to elevate voices and spark conversations about poverty and injustice. Daily tasks had to be met, but while I was in the office I was there to connect with our vendors
By: Lucie Freeman
Before I met Catherine Cassidy, I thought of clothing as a way to outwardly express your style but never as a powerful tool to help you achieve both personal and professional goals. As a busy student, I often throw on an outfit at the beginning of the day that consists of leggings and running shoes so that I can be out the door in under half an hour.
By: Camille Bartsch, GWWIB Ambassador
Every individual wants to have their passions align with their profession. Susan Bass, Senior Vice President, Programs and Operations at Earth Day Network, has proved that it is possible to blend her personal interests and career path...
By: Kate Uesugi
I had the pleasure of getting to chat with Leah Reidy, the Showroom Director at Kit and Ace, about her career and being a woman professional in the DC area. She shared with me about how she got her start and what she’s learned from the journey.