See Your Future, Be Your Future
Jul11

See Your Future, Be Your Future

“Live out of your imagination, not your history.” — Stephen Covey I did not misread the look on the faces staring back at me. When the topic of the the importance of setting personal goals during CREW Atlanta’s Leadership 2018 program, the 30 professionals in the room seemed a bit surprised, shocked even. “Isn’t this a business program?” if only their eyes could ask. As one of the co-leaders of the...

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The Good Stuff – A Recap of the CREW Careers Initiative
Mar25

The Good Stuff – A Recap of the CREW Careers Initiative

In 2014, I had the opportunity to be a part of the Leadership CREW class. One of the most impactful topics for me was volunteerism -Time, Talent, Treasure. While we all have various responsibilities and are in different points in our lives, we all have an opportunity to give back. Some may choose to donate money to an organization, while others use their talent and skillset to sit on a community board. After much self-reflection, I...

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CREW Member Spotlight: Katie Smith, CREW Chapter Director
Jul11

CREW Member Spotlight: Katie Smith, CREW Chapter Director

The CREW Member Spotlight highlights someone who is making an impact in the CREW Atlanta community. For the most recent Member Spotlight, we selected Katie Smith, CREW Atlanta’s new Chapter Director. CREW Atlanta: How long have you been at your at current position? Katie Smith: 2 and ½ months What made you decide to work in the field you are in? My number one reason is because I love building relationships; I am such a people...

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CREW Member Spotlight: Jodi Borges-Bradley
Apr13

CREW Member Spotlight: Jodi Borges-Bradley

The CREW Member Spotlight highlights someone who is making an impact in the CREW Atlanta community. For the most recent Member Spotlight, we selected Jodi Borges-Bradley, Vice President, NELSON. CREW Atlanta: What made you decide to work in the field you are in? Jodi Borges-Bradley: I really enjoy connecting with people and problem solving.  Design was a creative outlet for both joys that also grew into a heightened level of being...

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A Labor of Love
Feb16

A Labor of Love

by Lynne R. O’Brien, The Coca-Cola Company      Ok, February’s blog theme is “women and work”, write about anything you want, 500 – 600 words! That would seem like trying to build the Great Wall of China with 500-600 bricks.  However, as I reflect upon my now almost 40-years of work experience, I believe you can condense that big wall onto a couple of solid bricks… Brick One – Besides babysitting, my first real job was...

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My Experience of Being a Mentee
Oct10

My Experience of Being a Mentee

By Susana M. Chavez, Parking Company of America   Four Atlanta CREW members are participating in CREW Network’s Certificate of Leadership Class of 2016. – Tina Renee McCall, Greer Gallagher, Ellen Smith and me.  It has been a fascinating experience. I have gotten to know my fellow classmates better, at times rooming together, finding good restaurants in the new cities and always talking about the program.  The workshops are...

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