Segregation and The Best San Francisco Schools You’ve Never Heard Of.

tl/dr: Join the San Francisco Families’ Union January 9th at the African American Art and Culture Center in an exploration of segregation and what a good school actually looks like.  I had tears in my eyes while touring a public school in my neighborhood recently. I was standing in the corner of a gym, trying not to distract the kids from their work. They couldn’t have really cared less about me though, they were focused on their teacher...

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What can a parenting coach do for me?

Shop Indie Bookstores “Momma, what can you do for me!?” This is what my four (& a half) year old says when he is supposed to be going to sleep. He’s already exhausted his bedtime routine (and exhausted me, but not himself, apparently) and wants me to say I’ll work on the couch, or stay in his room while he falls asleep, or pat his back or something. Bedtime is sometimes my favorite thing, and sometimes the thing I...

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What’s Next? Job search hacks from the backpack of privilege.

What’s Next? Job search hacks from the backpack of privilege.

The “What’s Next?” series of blogs follow along with folks who just wrapped up their job the first week of November and want to make their next career move really count. Most of the advice in this series is also applicable for people who are still working at a job they think they want to leave, or people who picked up some work after their last job ended — but it’s not fulfilling work. The goal of this series is to share a process to help you...

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What’s Next? When you get stuck.

The “What’s Next?” series of blogs follow along with folks who just wrapped up their job the first week of November and want to make their next career move really count. Most of the advice in this series is also applicable for people who are still working at a job they think they want to leave, or people who picked up some work after their last job ended — but it’s not fulfilling work. The goal of this series is to share a process to help you...

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“She Can” Coaching Scholarship Judges

  To help pick three women for a coaching scholarship, I invited three of my favorite women with unique backgrounds to help as celebrity judges. I’d love to introduce you to them here: Christina Livingston. Executive Director of Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE). ACCE is a grassroots community organization building power for low-income Californians and communities of color. If you’ve heard of the City of...

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