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Women at Work and D&I Present Learn and Lunch Pride Celebration

Women at Work and the D&I Committee joined forces this year and co-presented a Learn and Lunch to celebrate Pride on June 23rd. Aiming for a casual, relaxed event, we encouraged Net at Work employees to order lunch from a…


Exceptional Leader Mae Carol Jemison

Mae Carol Jemison is an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut. She became the first black woman to travel into space when she served as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour. As a doctor, engineer, and NASA…

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Exceptional Leader – Hedy Lamarr

Often called “The Most Beautiful Woman in Film,” Hedy Lamarr’s beauty and screen presence made her one of the most popular actresses of her day but she is also has been dubbed as the ““the mother of Wi-Fi” and other…


Exceptional Leader – Mika Rottenberg

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, I would like to highlight one of the most inspiring and inventive contemporary visual artists I’ve come across.  Mika Rottenberg was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1976, and completed her art education in…


Exceptional Leader – Shonda Rhimes

Shonda Rhimes is an American television producer, screenwriter, and author best known for her hit TV series, Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder and recently the most acclaimed Netflix series, Bridgerton. The excellence of these series speaks…


Exceptional Leader: Indra Nooyi

“No economy can succeed without tapping the incredible potential of women” Indra Nooyi  –  Former CEO of PepsiCo. Indra Nooyi, who served as CEO of PepsiCo for 12 years until her retirement in 2018, has been one of the only immigrants and…


Exceptional Leader: Cynt Marshall

“We don’t just work here. We don’t just play here. We live here, too. We’re community members and We are going to make a difference.” Cynt Marshall, Dallas Mavericks CEO Cynt Marshall, the NBA’s first black female CEO, is no…


Finding the Right Work-Life Balance

Work-Life balance is a difficult item to achieve as one sometimes struggles between having enough time for personal interests while being able to advance in their career. Today, the work-life balance is evolving and changing as it means different things…


Rise Above Apathy: Career Fulfillment Through Engagement

Upon the start of this new millennium, a major shift in culture and workplace norms has occurred. Economic factors, the wide-ranging effects of globalization, and a quickly evolving technological landscape have transformed everything from the type of work that we…


Grow or Evolve?

“I don’t just want to grow – I want to evolve” When I think of my responses in the past to the common question of “what are your goals?” one answer that would always be on the top of my…


The Importance of Creating a Sense of Belonging

Having a sense of belonging is a common experience we all share.  Our happiness and health are inextricably connected to the feeling that we belong to a community that may share common interests and aspirations.


All Men Allowed

After several weeks of committee planning, phone calls and emails back and forth, we finally launched the Women at Work program, a Net at Work initiative that seeks to promote the growth of the company through…


Mentors: The Unsung Heroes on the Pathway to Success

On our road to success, we will encounter two kinds of people; those who encourage us and cheer us on and those who by virtue of having succeeded demonstrate to us that success is attainable. The former is called a…


Confident Humility: Underrated

The most appropriate way I could think of to describe the concept of confident humility is underrated, a currently popular term that my 14-year old daughter utters 20 times a day. As a prime example of an oxymoron, it begs…

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