Melissa Nixon

The march is over, now what?

If you can’t fly, then run If you can’t run, then walk If you can’t walk, then crawl But whatever you do, keep moving forward! – Dr. Martin Luther King Have you ever thought “Can I really make an impact on something so much bigger than me?” Well marching with millions of your closest friends […]

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Who’s Next?

Karenann Terrell, CIO at Wal-mart announced her transition last week. Another C-suite African-American women is leaving a position so few hold. I wrote about Ursula Burns departure  last week addressing this very issue.  Now, the question is “Who’s Next?”  This question is not about who’s next to leave the already shortage of women leaders at […]

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Michelle Obama, Ursula Burns, and Hidden Figures

There have been so many breaking new stories over the past 3 days about pioneering women. First, Michelle Obama’s last official speech as First Lady. What poise, grace, dignity and character. We will certainly miss her. We also had the official release of the phenomenal and heart piercing movie, Hidden Figures. This movie should be […]

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The First 90 Days

Happy New Year! I remember being worried about Y2k in 1999 and now we are kicking off 2017!  All the computers didn’t crash. The world didn’t end. Things didn’t stop working and we are moving forward more rapidly than in any other time in history.   It’s remarkable to see how many timelines across social […]

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