About the April Issue
Local women leaders share their advice in this Leadership Issue
Looking for some words of wisdom? There’s plenty from the women featured in this issue.
Click here and hear what this month’s cover subjects have to say on topics ranging from leading to adulting to seeking work-life rhythm (because as Inspiration Lab founder Stephanie Lanier rightly points out, balance is a myth). These women, on top of all their other projects, have added podcasting to their toolbelts. Their talks, guest interviews, and recommendations on other podcasts will have you storming into the spring season.
Michealle Gady, president and CEO of health care consulting firm Atrómitos, also shares leadership advice in this issue – especially on not letting fear not get in the way of opportunities – here.
Farmer Oriana Bolden is a leading voice on food sovereignty issues locally through her Freedom Dreams Farms (read more about her approaches here).
And two female veterans are among the group of vets participating in the upcoming flight to D.C. this month for Honor Flight of the Cape Fear. Essie Grover and Gayle Pfeiffer share their experiences ahead of the inaugural local flight here.
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