by Paula T. Edgar
Oftentimes, all it takes to elevate someone is using whatever power you have to speak up on their behalf. And sometimes you have to break the rules.
We created our editorial hub as a community resource – a place to exchange stories and to empower you to be your best professional self every step of the way.
"Diligence and a bit of luck are the keys to career success. Ultimately, you are the CEO of your life."
by Cristina Abreu
The opportunity to share what Nielsen is and why it’s important to participate in our ratings is one of my favorite parts of the job.
How does the future look to Dr. Norman Francis, a Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient who has spent close to seven decades pushing for equal opportunity?
"Even if a job is a reach, try for it. If you don’t take a chance on yourself, it’s a safe bet that no one else will."
by La Vesha Parker
It’s an amazing feeling to know that what I do supports what I consider a more sustainable form of capitalism.
by Nigel Roberts
Confirming a meeting at 14-hundred hours will raise eyebrows.
by Monique Carswell
It's key to establish an open-door policy with your manager and have conversations about your development throughout the year. Here's how.
by Bryant Galindo
You will eventually disagree with your boss. The real question: Should you bring it up?
by Brit Fitzpatrick
Most successful young professionals have a “mini advisory board” that consists of individuals from diverse backgrounds, offering a diverse set of expertise.
by Jimmy Woodard
I want to highlight these "sins" for you, because I'm sure you don't even realize that you’ve committed a few of them in the past.
It can be exciting, lonely, and scary. Here, trailblazers in our community share their tips around navigating the complexity of breaking new ground.
"Just being genuine and transparent with my scholars goes a long way. I make sure they know that my upbringing and roots are important to me."
by Vaughn Calhoun
There is an experience gap in higher education, and it has nothing to do with seniority. To bridge it, PWIs need more faculty and staff of color.
"People of the African diaspora have a critical role to play in African development as partners, not saviors,” says Releaf cofounder Ikenna Nzewi.
by Myya D. Jones
This country belongs to us.
by Kimbrely Dandridge
If my time as president of Ole Miss taught me anything, it’s that we have the power to energize, heal, and unite our nation.
How have Barack Obama’s eight years in office impacted the way we think about opportunity?
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