By - Sandi Webster

Breast Cancer: Donations, DEI and Breast Cancer Types

On October 8, 2022, I will walk again for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides for Breast Cancer research. Please give kindly to my New Birth Warriors team at http://main.acsevents.org/goto/newbirthwarriors.  In over 35 years of participating in the 5K walk for different organizations, I have always considered the disparity between men and women regarding breast cancer. It’s been said that

By - Sandi Webster

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: Shopping While Black or Retail Racism

When you are a black person and reach the age where you can go shopping by yourself or with friends, there is a laundry list of things you need to consider. Black mothers tell their children the following: Do not bring too large a pocketbook so that security guards don’t think you can put clothes in it. Do not go

By - Sandi Webster

Women in the Military

I’ve never been in the military. I’ve never even thought it was a career opportunity for me – with men bossing me around and waking me up to run miles at the crack of dawn.  During the ’70s’, I do recall my Brooklyn, NY elementary school class religiously writing holiday letters to the men overseas (never women), wishing them well,

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By - Sandi Webster

From Perk to Perseverance – How Women Feel About Flexible Work Arrangements in 2021

  2020 was a year that many women were awaiting – not because of COVID-19, but because, finally, they were able to test out flexible work arrangements (FWA) that were voluntarily given to them by their Human Resource departments!  Women had agita asking to work from home because of how they were viewed in the workforce. Then came COVID—the great