by Devon Lee
by Margot Elise
Growing up in Queens, New York, Mia has been inspired by her city upbringing and her artwork truly reflects her reality.
Everyone’s journey is different and it’s important to recognize that there’s strength in having a unique career journey. Bonnie Humpherys is a testament that diligence and patience are essential to career success.
For Gerda Gatling, fearlessness and curiosity helped pushed her to try something new and consider the possibility of a new career direction—and although it’s a rarity, for the last year, she’s been successful in it.
This month, we’ll be pushing the women’s rights movement agenda and sharing some purposeful stories from women in our own community.
by Pamela O'Leary
by Tani Brown
The origins of Black History Month date back to 1926 when historian Carter G. Woodson began designating the second week in February as "Negro History Week." Woodson was one of the first widely recognized scholars of the African diaspora and African-American history at a time when the contributions of African-Americans were largely being misrepresented and ignored in the narrative of U.S. history.
Every Black History Month, I get an uncontrollable urge of anxiety and inspiration that evokes both passion and discomfort; mostly due to the nature of the holiday and the circumstances we’re currently experiencing. This year, I’ll dedicate this month to working with intention and allowing myself the grace to rest after productivity
We've all heard it before—how important it is to network and considering the climate that we're in, the methods have gotten super creative.
Gentrification is defined as the process whereby the character of a poor urban area is changed by wealthier people moving in, improving housing, and attracting new business, typically displacing current inhabitants in the process.
Job searching is challenging, especially during a pandemic. This is why it's important to be strategic while on your search and build out your resume as a digital version of your professional self.
Voter suppression is real. We at Jopwell want to ensure that our team and community feel prepared for and capable of following the appropriate steps to make our vote count.
Supporting your employees of color is about more than just hiring an influx of qualified POC, it's also about creating a safe and comfortable space for people of various backgrounds.
Last month, we partnered with our friends at QuarantineCon to create another memorable virtual event—this time specifically focused on tech careers.
This year, violent and racially-targeted events against the Black community have again come to the forefront of the public and the media’s attention.
In a candid and transparent conversation, Spotify gave us the inside scoop on what it’s like working at the digital streaming platform.
Last week, we teamed up with our friends at DTCC to discuss how you can leverage your diversity in your career path.
Amid the pandemic, Black people are experiencing another virus that floods the streets: safety.
In response to the pandemic, our team decided to launch a nationwide College Giveaway Fund to support our members.
Last week, we spoke with NBA legend and one of our favorite entrepreneurs, Magic Johnson, on navigating your career during COVID-19.
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