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“ Advance your career by staying connected to the past ”, Samantha Saperstein, JP Morgan Chase

We sat down with Samantha (Sam) Saperstein, Responsible for women on the move at JPMorgan Chase who shared their ideas to help women advance their careers, businesses and quality of life Samantha, tell us about your professional experience so far and tell us how your professional background relates to the …

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5 conclusions of Vuelta a Burgos Feminas

With the Spring Classics officially behind us, it was time for the Vuelta a Burgos Feminas to kick off the stage racing season on the Women’s WorldTour with a four-day mountain event taking place from May 20 to 23. It also marked the action-packed 12-day racing grand finale in Spain. …

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“We want to question the culture of silence”

Confidant uses an AI-based chatbot to provide users with a personalized, trauma-informed resource to deal with bullying or harassment. The questions are targeted to fill out a form, thanks to an intuitive conversation with the user. The completed form can be used as a record of the incident. Ms Giulione …

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Women’s French Open 2021: odds, choices and best predictions: international tennis expert disappears Aryna Sabalenka

Teenager Iga Swiatek will be looking for a repeat when the game opens on Monday at the 2021 French Open in Paris. Swiatek, 19, is ranked 16th in the world and won her first career Grand Slam title last year at Roland Garros. She retired in the fourth round of …

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Women’s tennis wins 2021 NCAA Championship

ORLANDO, Florida – First-year student Lulu sun recorded a spectacular three-set victory to lead the University of Texas women’s tennis team to a 4-3 victory over Pepperdine (25-4) No.5 in the NCAA Championship game that lasted four and one minute Saturday night at the USTA National Campus. With the match …

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Bi-weekly SW – Big Fish, Small Pond: How Top Athletes Can Thrive In Unexpected Places

The latest issue of Bi-weekly swimming worldis now available for download in the Jumping swimming world Non-subscribers can download this issue onto here – only $ 0.99 for a limited time! In this issue of SW Biweekly, find out how top athletes can still thrive in states not known for …

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Stronger women’s tennis team after unprecedented pandemic season – The Daily Aztec

The San Diego State Women’s Tennis Team ended its season on April 20 with a 3-4 loss to the UNLV Rebels. It was definitely a trip to get to that last game. A hiatus from COVID-19 affected the men’s and women’s season, postponing the first two games of the women’s …

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Women serving life sentences for killing their attackers get a second chance

A 2018 WWL-TV survey found that 21 out of more than 100 women serving life sentences in Louisiana had all been convicted of murdering violent domestic partners. NEW ORLEANS – This week, a woman from Webster Ward left the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women on probation after serving 13 and …

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Tarun J. Tejpal, journalist in India, convicted of rape

An Indian court on Friday acquitted a prominent journalist on charges of raping a young colleague, ending a politically charged case that had been closely watched as a test of a new sexual assault law. Journalist Tarun J. Tejpal was charged with sexually assaulting a reporter from Tehelka, a well-known …

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