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Coming up with “Plan B” – Finding My Career

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My intended career didn’t go as planned. Graduating college in 1984 with a degree in East Asian Studies and Chinese language did not offer many career prospects. I led a couple of tour groups to China that year for a startup company in Manhattan, but at a rate of $40.00 per day, the prospects weren’t the makings for a career. So I needed to go to Plan B, even though Plan B didn’t exist… yet. Then, one day later that year, I sat on the beach contemplating my future when a small plane buzzed overhead. That was it! I recalled […]

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Robyn Matarazzo: Yes, You Can Have it All, Do it All, and Be it All

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I think I find stability in professional chaos, which has made me a great business woman.  I started my business with the intent of doing business development for small businesses in Westchester County. And thought that I would remain local and truly just enjoy always being close to home. My first event was in White Plains. I hired a photographer and asked him if I could pay him the $300 charge in $50 increments over the next few weeks. I was so appreciative of him and how he extended himself and believed in me.   And I still keep in touch […]

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Too Many Men: How Female Photographer Vicky Grout is Slaying the Grime Scene 

Grime music has really shot up in popularity over the last few years with artists such as Skepta and Stormzy making headlines in papers and festivals more and more often. Photographer Vicky Grout has been involved in the London grime scene from the off and has worked with most of the prolific names within it.  Originally Vicky would attend grime nights as a fan and take pictures of the acts for fun, until April 2015 when Skepta chose a picture she took of him to be the cover for his single ‘Shutdown’. Since then her work has featured in the […]

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The Abyss Named Shirley – Looking In To See All of Who I Am

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I have an Abyss.  That place I tuck all the things that frighten me, that make me feel small.  The memories  that make me cringe, years later,  reminding  me that I’m completely irrelevant to the real word.   I’ve even named my Abyss.  Shirley, the Abyss. Shirley holds all my fears.  All my hopes I don’t dare voice.  My moments of embarrassment.  My times of failing.  Those events in my life that I can’t bear to ever look at again, are all buried in my friend, the Abyss named Shirley. Shirley has grown throughout my 54 years of life.  She safely […]

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Moving Overseas For Your Spouse’s Job? The Most Important Thing You Will Pack is Patience

For over thirty years, I enjoyed a career in the world of non-profit organizations: fundraising for organizations I admired (such as PBS); helping corporations and foundations make strategic philanthropic decisions; serving on the boards of many civic organizations in the Boston area, where I live. My identity had been shaped largely by my work for much of my life. Then, in 2008, my husband Alan and I were given the opportunity of a lifetime. Alan was asked by President Obama to serve as US Ambassador to Spain and Andorra. I was thrilled at the idea of moving overseas–at first. The […]

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Transitioning Your Career – How I Went From Jazz Artist to Writer

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Pay attention to your yearnings. When I was about to turn forty I started thinking about what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. I had been a stay at home mom for ten years at the time and was starting to feel the itch of getting back to my musical roots. I had begun pursuing a music career out of college but when the babies came, I chose to stay home with them. So at forty, I decided to return to my music aspirations. I went back to school part time to study jazz and then […]

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3 Lessons I Learned From Writing A Book

The Adventure of Writing a Book A couple of years ago, I gave birth to a book, Living Singlish, an ‘older sister in your pocket’ for women building strong, independent lives, whether alone or in a relationship. It flowed out of me, as the result of helping a young friend launch her life. What started as a letter grew, till one day I thought ‘This is a book’! Completing it took focus and work, and was one of the most energizing projects I have ever undertaken. And along the way, I learned some important lessons about big projects, publishing, and […]

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Why I started a company (and why more women should too)

n April of 2018 I quit my job to start a wedding tech company called Honeydew, with my friend Lucy. Before that, I had been fantasizing for years that I wanted to start my own company, even without a specific idea in mind. Here’s why: Solving an underserved pain point is motivational and profitable It’s easiest to identify pain points that you yourself experience. With most new companies being founded by men, this means many women-specific pain points go undeserved. Knowing this gave me and Lucy the extra oomph to start Honeydew — we were afraid we’d be stuck spending hundreds of […]

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5 Essential Things All Female Entrepreneurs Need to Know

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We’ll get this out of the way: It’s not as easy to be a female entrepreneur. You’re surprised, right? (You’re not surprised.) The various obstacles and inequalities that women encounter extend to the business world. That’s why when you’re opening and growing your own company, you should keep a few things in mind to help yourself flourish, but also protect your mental health, too. There’s a lot that female entrepreneurs should know, but these essentials are unique to women. They’ll help you secure capital and grow a professional family that’ll allow you to succeed. Networking matters more than ever. “Networking” […]

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Working Anyway: On Physical Challenges – Reflections from a Retiree

Chances are, right now you are in pretty good health, and maybe aging or physical difficulties are something you think may not happen until decades from now… and I truly hope this is the case.  But most women are working on into their early seventies and further, in order to save enough for a comfortable retirement. Even in our sixties, our bodies start to slow down and respond differently, and problems like arthritis might sneak in. I’ve been physically handicapped nearly all my life.  I had polio at age three in 1951, and emerged from six months in a rehab […]

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