Book Review by Michele Curry

Book Review by Michele Curry

Book Review by Michele Curry

This book called me out, but in a good way. It explained various ways women hold themselves back and how to take action if you recognize yourself in any of these pages. I did. I expect my hard work to “speak for itself”. I overvalue being an expert on a... Read Story
Member Profile: Penny Kuhns-Knarr

Member Profile: Penny Kuhns-Knarr

Current job: Chief Human Resources Officer Hometown: Columbia for 19 years Employer: The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri First job:  First job in Columbia was with The American Cancer Society, I was there for 4 years and loved the work, but quit... Read Story
Member Profile: Julie McDermott

Member Profile: Julie McDermott

Let’s see, where to start…my husband and I have been married for nearly 20 years. We had a cat but he passed away in February. I have a BA in Communications, Mass Media emphasis, from UMKC. While I started college there my freshman year, I transferred to Mizzou for... Read Story
Book Review by Heather Brown

Book Review by Heather Brown

On vacation last May, I was walking on the beach listening to an audiobook of Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things by Jenny Lawson. Jenny narrated her own story and as I looked out over the ocean, I heard her say, “I’m... Read Story
Member Profile: Charisse Smith

Member Profile: Charisse Smith

Owner: CAPTVR3D Hometown: Vandalia, MO First job: Waitress at pizza hut College/degree(s): BA in Philosophy,  minors in psych, soc, ethics & religion from Columbia College What led you to your career? I love photography/videography and I love cutting edge... Read Story
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