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My own personal cheerleader

I recently celebrated my 10-year wedding anniversary and as I reflect on the past ten years, I am continually amazed at how lucky I am to have such a supportive partner and my own personal cheerleader. When I first met him, we were newly-hired bachelors-level hall directors. In those days, I didn’t think twice about [...]

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The Power of Twitter

I’ve just returned to campus after attending The Placement Exchange, and I am continuing to follow the #NASPA11 backchannel via Twitter. As I reflect on this most recent TPE experience, I am continually amazed by the power of Twitter in terms of building a strong community of Student Affairs professionals, providing on-going professional development, and [...]

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Connecting with Women

As we geared up to launch #WLsalt, Teri suggested that we reach out to our networks and solicit #WLsalt evangelists to help us grow this initiative. I immediately thought of one or two women who I knew I wanted to invite to join us, but then… I realized that I am not closely connected to [...]

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