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Jul 2019

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I would like to be remembered as a person who wanted to be free... so other people would be also free.

Rosa Parks

Creating a healthy work culture is one of my passions. Employee recruitment and retention is difficult in all industries right now, but especially the healthcare industry.  And I am incredibly fortunate to have a terrific team at Tabitha that supports one another and recognizes the impact of the team on the success of the organization. As a matter of fact, ...

Q&A with an Inspiring Woman

Liz Ring Carlson

2nd Vice President, Corporate Communications & Community Relations, Ameritas
Who has inspired you?

My parents, Ken and Colleen Ring, have loved and supported me throughout my life. My husband, Justin Carlson, always helps me slow down and enjoy the moment. I value his ...

Now accepting nominations!

Through August 1, 2019.

Inspired Events

Inspire Girls

Our very first Inspire Girls event was a huge success. On Thursday, June 27, girls and their caregivers attended the event at The Bay where we tackled such topics as bullying, social media and how to to talk with others about erasing gender stereotypes and fostering a supportive environment. Inspire Founder's Award winner, Ina Bhoopalam organized the panel which included her father Vish, Girl Up co-founder Abby Chan, Pincurl Girls and Inspire Entrepreneur Award Winner Jen Landis and her daughter Sofia. The panel discussed several issues and then broke for small group discussion. The evening ended with ideas for the future and how to carry the conversation on to our everyday lives.

We would like to offer a special "thank you" to Amigos who was our sponsor of the evening. CEO Janice Moore talked about the dedication Amigos has to growing leaders in our community and the importance of helping girls learn the skills they'll need to be successful in any future career they choose. Amigos also provided the food for the event from their new catering menu which was a big hit, especially the ranch fountain.

Keep an eye out for future Inspire Girls events. If you are interested in helping create or plan experiences, please contact Deanna at dwalz@journalstar.com.

For more photos, check out our Facebook page.

ALSO:
Save the date

2019 Inspire Awards luncheon

Wednesday, September 18th

at Pinnacle Bank Arena

Inspiring Achievements

ALLO, a Nelnet Company promotes Hanna and Bourne

We believe exceptional service begins with an exceptional team and we're thrilled to recognize our associates as they grow with ALLO.

Chamber adds Hanke to Investor Relations Team

The Lincoln Chamber of Commerce President, Wendy Birdsall, has announced the hiring of Shannon Hanke to serve in the role of Investor Relations.

The Lexington welcomes Beth Dyer as services director

The Lexington Assisted Living Center, located on the northwest corner of 56th and Pioneers Boulevard, is pleased to announce Beth Dyer as resident services director. ...

TELCOR announces promotions

TELCOR is excited to announce the promotion of Alicia Anderson, director of contracts; Josh Cather, software development manager, POCT; Jane Clifford, vice president of product ...

HDR welcomes Michelle Penn as project manager

HDR, a global architecture, engineering and consulting firm, is pleased to announce Michelle Penn as project manager within the firm's Lincoln architecture studio. Penn boasts ...

Inspiring Updates

The Gender Gap We Need to Worry About: Retirement-Savings Shortfalls

Most Americans aren't saving enough for retirement, leading to big retirement-savings shortfalls. In fact, according to Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), more than four in ...

At her lowest point, Lincoln woman embraced the idea of high tea socials

In this chaotic hustle-and-bustle, hurry-up-and-wait, fast-food world, sometimes a good cup of tea can slow things down and provide a necessary --- albeit short-term --- escape.

Lincoln author and daughter are 'Reviving Ophelia' again, 25 years later

It's been 25 years since the popular book by a Lincoln author and therapist, "Reviving Ophelia," burst onto the New York Times bestseller list and ...

Licorice International getting new owner

A longtime Haymarket candy store is getting a new owner.

College degree doesn't necessarily close gender wage gap in Nebraska

Women in Nebraska are paid 77 cents for every dollar earned by a man, which is below the national average of 80 cents per dollar, ...

Cindy Lange-Kubick: An evening with a world-traveling Lincoln artist with Stage 4 cancer

Susan T. Wood has lived.


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