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SHE LEADS – with Marguerite Martakis

Job Title Product Marketing Manager, Cox Automotive What would you tell your younger self? Believe in yourself – always. You will always be your biggest advocate, and you can do whatever you set your mind to! What was your major in college and how did you get to the position you are in today? Psychology…
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SHE LEADS – with Stephanie

Job Title Marketing Research Analyst, Cox Automotive What would you tell your younger self? Believe in yourself. There’s nothing more important than believing in your inherent worth. What was your major in college and how did you get to the position you are in today? I was a psychology major in college and got a…
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Women in the Workplace – by Bet (Betty) Gaylord

Women in the workplace are an integral part of our culture and businesses across the globe. I would like to encourage women to continue to succeed in the business world. The very first step is a positive attitude and an attitude of gratitude. I didn’t know as a young girl that I would be in…
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SHE LEADS – with Madeline Cornick

Madeline Cornick offers the next generation of leaders some incredible advice on finances, discovering and fulfilling your definition of success & how to be a great leader! Job Title: Technical Project Manager, Cox Communications What would you tell your younger self?  I would tell my younger self to make a bucket list and to commit…
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Meet Girl Talk’s 2020 Natural Life Give, Love, Laugh Scholarship Winner!

We are honored to announce that Chloe Koperek has been named Girl Talk’s 2020 Natural Life Give, Love, Laugh Winner! Chloe started Girl Talk TV in Temecula, CA, and we are so proud of all she has accomplished.  “Girl Talk has opened my leadership experience up to a mentor style of leading. Leading a group…
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SHE LEADS – with Carrie Engelbrecht

Job Title: Technical Project Manager, Cox Communications What would you tell your younger self? Be confident, you’re doing fine. Also, apply for jobs even if you don’t have all the requirements, make the ask. What was your inspiration and what helped you become successful? How do you define success? I let the fact that I…
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SHE LEADS – with Shauna Easley

Job Title: Senior Director of Business Operations for Cox Automotive Product Group What was your major in college and how did you get to the position you are in today?  I majored in Computer Information Systems. Early on I learned to leverage my personal strengths to bring additional value to the roles I have been…
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SHE LEADS – with Leslie Benner

Job Title Manager, Consumer Product Marketing, Cox Communications What would you tell your younger self?  Don’t hold yourself back from going for a role you want, you don’t have to know the role completely to be confident that you can learn it. Don’t allow yourself to feel less than anyone – we’re all important and…
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SHE LEADS – with Melanie Cipher

Meet our second She Leads interviewee, Melanie Cipher, Senior Product Manager at Cox Automotive. We appreciate her time and advice! What would you tell your younger self? You are not going to end up who – or where – you thought you were, and that is okay – you are going to really like who…
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SHE LEADS – with Patrice Mantovani

Welcome to a new series where we talk to real women and hear more about their lives and receive authentic advice for our Girl Talk family and community. Thank you so much to our very first She Leads interviewee, Patrice Mantovani, an IT Business Analyst at Cox Enterprises. We appreciate her time and loved learning…
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day

By Sam T. “The time is always right to do what is right.” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential, empowering, and inspirational leaders and advocates of peace and justice throughout the world. Recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 and valued as the driving force of the African American…
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National Mentoring Month

By: Jessica Rao National Mentoring Month was founded in 2002 by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership. Celebrated each January, it both reminds us to appreciate the mentors in our lives and to encourage others to become mentors. Young people need mentors to help guide them through…
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World Kindness Day

By: Sam T. World Kindness Day was started by the World Kindness Movement in 1998 and is celebrated annually on November 13th. The purpose of World Kindness Day, according to the creators of the World Kindness Movement, is “to highlight good deeds in the community focusing on the positive power and the common thread of…
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Love The Skin You’re In

By: Arya D Acne is probably one of our biggest insecurities these days. At least I know it’s one of mine. I mean, let’s face it; most of us are teenagers with fluctuating hormone levels who are under a lot of stress with school, sports, clubs, family and maintaining a social life. Acne is just…
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Ron Bell Family Foundation Inspirational Leader Award Recipient – Jessica Rao

What it means to me: By Jessica Rao ​My name is Jessica Rao, and I am from Atlanta, Georgia. I am currently a first year at Agnes Scott College. In high school, I served as president of the photography club, and am currently in the process of founding a photography club at Agnes Scott. Besides…
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Celebrate Your Roots

By: Sara Munoz Hispanic Heritage Month is a national celebration that begins September 15th and continues into October. This celebration gives not only Hispanics, but  anyone who would like the opportunity to learn a little bit more about the wide varieties of hispanic cultures that exist in the US. No two Latin American countries are…
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