A Call to Women: Are You Free if
All of Us Are Not Free?

As we approach the Independence Day holiday, I can’t help but feel the intense hypocrisy of this moment. The often-overlooked reality is, Independence Day did not bring liberty and justice for all. There are many who rightfully will not be celebrating freedom today. Read More

We Must Save Ourselves

Today is a pivotal moment in our history. Many of us have called this the most consequential election of our lifetime. We’re not wrong. But here’s the truth: this is so much more than a presidential election. In fact, no matter what happens today, you will wake up on Wednesday morning, and you will still need to be ready to fight the good fight – for justice, for integrity, for a kinder and more compassionate country for all of us. We the people must save ourselves. Read More

The USPS is in Jeopardy:
Here are 5 Ways You Can Help

The United States Postal Service is in trouble and if we don’t act now, it could adversely affect the 2020 election. If you’re frustrated by what’s happening and are concerned about your mail in ballot not being received on time in November, here are five things you can do right now to help save the USPS. Read More

Women Leading the Conversation: Race and Friendship – It’s Not Black & White

Now, more than ever, it is imperative that we listen to Black women. For far too long, our society has been focused on White voices and Black women’s voices have gone unheard. Today it is necessary that we center Black women’s lives, stories, and calls to action. Which is why for the next interview in my Women Leading the Conversation series at AllBright, I will be talking to my good friend, Garcelle Beauvais. Read More

There is Work to Be Done:
Anti-Racism Resources

I sat at my computer keyboard many times this week trying to find the words to best express my sadness at the horrible and violent deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and the countless others that came before them. I am outraged at the police brutality and the racial injustice that still permeates our society at every level. But I also realize that my outrage is not nearly enough. I want to listen and I want to learn, but I also want to speak out and I want to help. Find anti-racism resources here. Read More