05 Dic 2020
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Championing Women in STEM

After I graduated from Arizona State University (ASU) in 2016, I began my journey as a woman in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM.) Equal opportunity for women in this area is a topic of interest for many organizations across the globe. At Blue Yonder,…

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A Day to Honor Our Veterans

Veterans Day is a day set aside to honor those who have served the country in war or peace, acknowledging and thanking them for their service. This year, in honor of Veterans Day, we share four Blue Yonder perspectives. The second this week is from…

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Be Engaged: Your Voice Matters

There is a slogan that is often touted during an election cycle:  Your voice, your vote.  It puts me in mind of one of the opening scenes in the movie “Selma.”  The scene opens with a middle-aged Black woman sitting in a waiting room of…

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Cultivating a Culture of Belonging

I am the proud mother of two daughters. Our girls are full siblings who we adopted when they were just cute toddlers. Nearly two years apart in age, they were always holding hands. Our eldest daughter, S, has a physical and neurological disability. It has…

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Challenging Unconscious Bias Through Mindfulness

Our perceptions in life maneuver our decisions, guide our ideologies and regulate our sense of morality and ethics. When these viewpoints, however, are clouded by the subtle layer of unconscious bias, our best-intentioned opinions become dangerous and disrespectful stereotypes about the people around us. Without…

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Why We DIVE IN

With the recent passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one of her famous quotes “Fight for the things that you care about but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” – circulated among some of my Blue…