Favorite Southwest Airlines is hosting virtual information sessions exclusively for GenHERation members to learn about internship and job opportunities in 2018! The information sessions will take place on: Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 3:30-4:30 PM EST (college students) Thursday, November
Favorite Madi Lommen’s for-profit banana bread company, Madibanani, had a very charitable beginning. Back in 2012,Madi, along with a handful of students from Beck High School in Minnesota, traveled to an orphanage in Thailand to build relationships with the refugee children that lived there.
Favorite Images have grown to be an important part of society as they reflect the way we see the environment around us. Swift, the Director of Creative Planning at Getty Images, plays an integral role in producing images that influence our perception of the world. When asked to describe her
Favorite Vice President and Creative Director of UNLEASHED Jaclynn Brennan shares her favorite part of the design process, advice for interns, and the piece of jewelry that best describes her.
Favorite Kathleen Wayton serves as Southwest Airlines’ Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer. Kathleen’s key responsibilities include the delivery of the company’s enterprise-wide strategic initiatives and oversight of all technology products and services. Kathleen joined
Favorite AT&T Assistant Vice President of Workforce Diversity & Inclusion Janice King discusses the most useful class she took in college, her leadership style, and the emoji that best describes her.
Favorite Submit a question for our live interview with SwimTeam Co-Founder Sheera Goren in LA on 10/26! Sheera will be answering questions poolside before a SwimTeam class.
Favorite Southwest Airlines Senior Vice President, Chief Communications Officer Linda Rutherford shares the best advice she was given, the Southwest destination that best describes her, and what she would tell herself on the first day she started working at Southwest.
Favorite When we are young, many of us have dreams of becoming an astronaut and exploring space. Miki Heller followed that galactic path throughout college, studying aerospace engineering before becoming a business designer in Silicon Valley. After college, she joined Teach For America (TFA),