From Television to Tuscany: How Debbie Travis Landed her Dream Villa
Debbie Travis may be a household name to many, but she hasn’t always been the home renovation celebrity from Debbie Travis’ The Painted House. She strategically worked her way up from model to producer to a successful entrepreneur and hit TV host in Canada, Britain, and around the world. Not...
Frances Eliza Wills and Harriet Ida Pickens became the Navy’s first African American female officers. The NAACP encouraged the Navy to enlist African American female officers and to integrate the service, overall. Pickens is also the daughter of former NAACP Field Secretary and Director of Branches, William Pickens. During their process to become officers, Pickens led physical training sessions while Wills taught naval history and administered classification tests.
Heather Reisman: A Timeline of Reinvention
Her name is easily recognizable by the Canadian public from her popular “Heather’s Picks.” To the business world, Heather Reisman, Chair and CEO of Indigo Books, is not just the face of the company’s reading shortlists—she’s revolutionized the country’s... #canada #canadianbookindustry #CEO
How Editor-in-Chief Jane Francisco Found Success Leading Legacy Brands
How Jane Francisco, past Editor-in-Chief of Chatelaine, Style at Home and Glow, got the call from New York City to land her dream job at Good Housekeeping. #JaneFrancisco #rolemodels #SuccessStories
Emma Watson revealed as UN Goodwill Ambassador for Women
Emma Watson is best known for her role in the highly successful "Harry Potter" film series. Now the 24-year-old actress has taken on a new role as a @unitednations Women ambassador. Watson is no stranger to women's rights work having visited Bangladesh and Zambia where she promoted girls' education for several years. Learn more via The Telegraph.