Posts in women
Fighting the Gender Pay Gap: What I am I Worth?

Because the gender pay gap is still very much alive and kicking, we as women should take it as our responsibility to our gender to insist we are paid what we are worth. Recognize that you need to advocate for yourself, and prepare yourself for difficult conversations about money. Here’s how.

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Announcing the 2018 Raleigh Cohort!

I’m excited to see how each woman in this cohort invites us into deeper learning around new paradigms for life and leadership. I’m grateful that we all know one another now, that we have a shared identity as Tide Risers, and that this cohort and community is officially launched. 

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Connecticut, Here We Come!

I joined Tide Risers thinking I would meet some new and inspiring women and participate in some interesting skill building sessions. Tide Risers has given me so much more. It has truly pushed me out of my comfort zone on more than one occasion, leading to major areas of personal and professional growth.

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#MeToo and Necessity Entrepreneurship

Women, particularly women of color, are fighting for access to investment capital and are starting businesses at higher rates. Undoubtedly this is a result of a combination of factors, but what's undeniable is that a generation of women whose talent, connectedness, and level of educational attainment has never been higher, will not settle for the grossly abusive and exclusionary practices of the traditional workplace indefinitely.

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The Power of #MeToo

One of the driving concepts behind Tide Risers was the power of being a member of a group designed to bring people together who share life experiences. But how do we ensure that by choosing to spend time with people like ourselves we don’t end up in a cloistered bubble of self-reflection, through which other voices and experiences can’t penetrate?

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