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Author Archives: Luwanda Jenkins

Luwanda Jenkins: Women in higher education unite through forum

The Women’s Forum recently hosted its annual conference at Towson University, which drew a large turnout of women who are employed by or who attend member campuses, inside the University System of Maryland and at other universities.

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Luwanda Jenkins: Required back-to-school reading

As you turn the final page of that sizzling summer novel and rush to get the last of the back-to- school supplies for your kids, think about checking out these must-read books. Perfect for women who want to get a seat at the table in the office, these three titles provide practical and proven strategies to help professional women negotiate their path to leadership success.

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Luwanda Jenkins: Men should glean from ‘Lean’

I’m not one who usually jumps on the latest trends, even when it comes to a hot new book with an important point of view on women and leadership. So I thought I’d allow a little lead time to let “Lean In” settle in before rushing to gather the opinions of women who are connecting with this new twist on an age-old revelation that it’s still a man’s world.

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Luwanda Jenkins: Good signs for working women despite economy

There was a genuine spirit of sisterly good will and collegial applause among the 46 Leading Women honorees and the family members, friends and co-workers who came to commemorate their evening of recognition at The Daily Record’s second annual event ...

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