Women may need financial ‘catch-up’ Here’s something that might surprise you: Women face more than a $1 million lifetime earnings gap, according to a study from Edward Jones and Age Wave. As a woman, how can you help yourself? Start by paying yourself first. Each month have some money moved automatically from your checking account […]
Learning any new piece of software can be challenging. Add a complex process like accounting, and you may feel apprehensive about your ability to learn how to use it. While QuickBooks was designed for small businesses, focusing on forms, and keeping the accounting jargon to a minimum, it is important to manage expectations that you
By Michele Coy Confidence is the number one skill that individuals look upon leaders to possess. Believe it or not, you are a leader. You are a leader in your family. You are a leader within your community, and you may even be a leader within your place of business. Leadership does not require a
By: Randy Otterbridge Full disclosure: I’ll be honest with you, starting my own business was not what I expected. Facing fear and getting over it wasn’t easy, but the rewards are worthwhile. Business (like this article) is not for everyone; however, if you’re enthusiastic about working independently while having flexibility then perhaps starting your own
Tiffany Henyard Elected in February 2021 with 82% of the vote, the 8-year former village trustee Tiffany Henyard became the Village of Dolton’s first and youngest woman mayor in the village 130-year history. Since taking office, Mayor Henyard has expertly managed significant challenges facing one of Thornton Townships’s-largest villages, including budget deficits, hunger, and
Charity Townsend My business idea was to open The Social Suite & Rentals began when I was looking for a small intimate venue for my bridal shower. I realized that most of the venues that I visited were just empty rooms with walls and blank tables. There was nothing warm or welcoming about most of
Nancy Pagan Fancy’s Tokens started with an idea to give someone a token of love. A gesture of gratitude. A gift to speak to an occasion in life. After losing her position when the pandemic started, Nancy had an idea.An idea to help others feel better one token at a time. This idea has
Elected in February 2021 with 82% of the vote, the 8-year former village trustee Tiffany Henyard became the Village of Dolton’s first and youngest woman mayor in the village 130-year history. Since taking office, Mayor Henyard has expertly managed significant challenges facing one of Thornton Townships’s-largest villages, including budget deficits, hunger, and mental health resources.
Dr. Turnera Croom Known to her followers as Dr. Croom Army Vet, Dr. Turnera Croom served in the Army Veterinary Corps, right out of Veterinary School at Tuskegee College of Veterinary Medicine.Entrepreneurial by nature, Dr. Croom embarked on her first business venture while holding a full-time veterinary job with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Sheri Thomas Sherie Thomas have been creating new endings and opportunities with formerly incarcerated citizens in Louisiana.Over the past three years, major projects and acknowledgments that can be attributed to her includes: new rules to the Louisiana Fair Housing Act, prohibiting landlords from denying housing based on past criminal records effecting 60,000 citizens; advocating for